canonicate

canonicate

(kəˈnɒnɪˌkeɪt; -kɪt)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) the office or rank of a canon; canonry
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37) His enrolment is recorded at the beginning of the accounts kept by the confraternity for 24 June 1506/7 and shows his possession of the canonicate ('Her Cryspyn van der Stappen priester, canonnick Cameracensis' is listed under the heading `Other receipts of inscriptions of those people who have become brothers and sisters in the year of this account').
43) From 4 August 1524 to 5 May 1525, Crispijne was maestro di cappella at the Santa Casa, Loreto, north-east of Rome; on 5 May, he was given an honorary canonicate there.
Little is known about other benefices that Crispijne may have accumulated in the Low Countries, although on 12 May 1503 he lost a case concerning a canonicate at the church of St Pierre, Lille, at the High Court at Mechelen.
Taliban sources have confirmed that Hakimullah has passed away, the media report said his canonicates are trying to bring his dead body back to his native town of South Waziristan Agency.
There were new canonicates, like the Madonna di Provenzano, besides the cathedral chapter.