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frankalmoigne definition

  • noun:
    • A tenure through which a religious firm holds places given to them and their successors forever, usually on condition of praying for soul of the donor and his heirs; - labeled as additionally tenure by no-cost alms.
    • A tenure where a religious company keeps places fond of them and their successors forever, generally on condition of praying for the heart of donor along with his heirs; -- called additionally tenure by free alms.
    • A tenure where a religious business keeps lands provided to all of them and their successors forever, frequently on problem of praying for heart associated with donor along with his heirs; - labeled as also tenure by no-cost alms.
    • A tenure by which a religious company keeps lands provided to them and their successors forever, frequently on condition of praying when it comes to heart for the donor along with his heirs; -- called additionally tenure by no-cost alms.
    • A tenure wherein a religious company holds places given to all of them and their successors forever, generally on problem of praying the soul of this donor along with his heirs; - called also tenure by free alms.
    • A tenure wherein a religious business holds lands directed at them and their successors permanently, frequently on problem of praying for heart of this donor along with his heirs; -- labeled as in addition tenure by no-cost alms.
    • A tenure wherein a religious corporation holds lands given to them and their particular successors permanently, generally on condition of praying when it comes to soul associated with donor and his heirs; - called in addition tenure by free alms.
    • A tenure in which a religious firm holds places provided to them and their particular successors permanently, generally on problem of praying for heart regarding the donor and his heirs; -- labeled as in addition tenure by free alms.
    • A tenure where a religious organization keeps lands given to all of them and their successors forever, often on problem of praying for the heart associated with the donor and his heirs; - labeled as in addition tenure by free alms.
    • A tenure where a religious business holds places given to them and their successors permanently, typically on problem of praying for soul associated with donor and his heirs; -- called also tenure by free alms.
    • A tenure wherein a religious business keeps places given to all of them and their successors forever, typically on problem of praying for soul of the donor and his heirs; - called in addition tenure by free alms.
    • A tenure wherein a religious business keeps places fond of them and their particular successors forever, often on condition of praying for the soul of donor along with his heirs; -- labeled as in addition tenure by free alms.
    • A tenure in which a religious company keeps places fond of all of them and their successors permanently, often on problem of praying for heart associated with donor and his heirs; - called additionally tenure by free alms.
    • A tenure through which a religious organization keeps lands provided to all of them and their successors forever, usually on condition of praying the soul for the donor and his heirs; -- labeled as in addition tenure by free alms.
    • A tenure where a religious firm keeps lands provided to all of them and their successors permanently, typically on problem of praying the heart of this donor along with his heirs; - called in addition tenure by no-cost alms.
    • A tenure through which a religious business holds lands directed at all of them and their successors permanently, often on problem of praying when it comes to heart associated with the donor and his heirs; - called also tenure by no-cost alms.
    • A tenure in which a religious company keeps places fond of them and their successors forever, generally on condition of praying when it comes to heart associated with the donor along with his heirs; -- called in addition tenure by no-cost alms.
    • A tenure in which a religious business keeps places given to all of them and their successors permanently, usually on condition of praying for heart of the donor and his heirs; -- labeled as additionally tenure by no-cost alms.
    • A tenure where a religious organization holds lands provided to all of them and their particular successors forever, generally on problem of praying for the soul of the donor and his heirs; - called additionally tenure by free alms.
    • A tenure wherein a religious organization keeps places provided to all of them and their successors permanently, typically on condition of praying for soul of this donor along with his heirs; -- called in addition tenure by free alms.
    • A tenure wherein a religious corporation holds places fond of them and their successors forever, typically on problem of praying when it comes to heart associated with donor along with his heirs; - called additionally tenure by free alms.
    • A tenure where a religious corporation holds places given to all of them and their particular successors forever, often on condition of praying when it comes to soul for the donor and his heirs; -- labeled as additionally tenure by no-cost alms.
    • A tenure by which a religious corporation holds lands provided to all of them and their particular successors permanently, generally on problem of praying the soul regarding the donor and his heirs; - called additionally tenure by no-cost alms.
    • A tenure by which a religious corporation holds lands fond of all of them and their particular successors forever, frequently on condition of praying for soul of this donor along with his heirs; -- called additionally tenure by no-cost alms.
    • A tenure where a religious corporation keeps lands provided to them and their particular successors forever, frequently on problem of praying when it comes to heart of this donor along with his heirs; - labeled as also tenure by no-cost alms.
    • A tenure where a religious firm keeps lands fond of all of them and their particular successors permanently, usually on problem of praying the soul for the donor and his heirs; -- labeled as additionally tenure by no-cost alms.
    • A tenure through which a religious business holds places directed at them and their particular successors permanently, usually on condition of praying for heart associated with the donor and his heirs; - labeled as additionally tenure by free alms.
    • A tenure through which a religious organization holds places fond of all of them and their successors permanently, frequently on problem of praying the heart of this donor along with his heirs; -- labeled as additionally tenure by free alms.
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