# gang-week definition

• noun:
• Rogation-week, when processions, with singing of litanies, were made in britain, through to the Reformation, and in various cases however are made (beneath the title of perambulations) by ministers, churchwardens, and parishioners, to survey the bounds of parishes or manors. Also called gang-tide. See rogation.
• Rogation-week, when processions, with singing of litanies, were made in the uk, through to the Reformation, as well as in a couple of cases nonetheless are available (under the name of perambulations) by ministers, churchwardens, and parishioners, to survey the bounds of parishes or manors. Also known as gang-tide. See rogation.
• Rogation-week, whenever processions, with performing of litanies, had been produced in the uk, before the Reformation, as well as in a few cases still manufactured (under the name of perambulations) by ministers, churchwardens, and parishioners, to survey the bounds of parishes or manors. Also known as gang-tide. See rogation.
• Rogation-week, whenever processions, with singing of litanies, were manufactured in the uk, through to the Reformation, as well as in several cases however are available (in name of perambulations) by ministers, churchwardens, and parishioners, to review the bounds of parishes or manors. Also known as gang-tide. See rogation.
• Rogation-week, when processions, with performing of litanies, had been produced in britain, until the Reformation, as well as in several circumstances still are produced (in name of perambulations) by ministers, churchwardens, and parishioners, to survey the bounds of parishes or manors. Also referred to as gang-tide. See rogation.