church property

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: property - property or income owned by a churchchurch property - property or income owned by a church
belongings, property, holding - something owned; any tangible or intangible possession that is owned by someone; "that hat is my property"; "he is a man of property";
temporality, temporalty - the worldly possessions of a church
benefice, ecclesiastical benefice - an endowed church office giving income to its holder
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They do not call it confiscating the church property.
Planners and a city consultant had previously recommended that AT&T seek alternatives to putting the tower on church property, such as installing antennas on existing utility poles and buildings.
The 17-year-old brother, Alalate, helped construct a fence around the church property.
The church property will be used the project's heavy haul route, which will be used to transport big modules and other equipment from a construction dock to Sasol's project location.
Along the route, several bishops barred Schuller--whose Austrian Priests' Initiative published an "Appeal to Disobedience" in 2012--from speaking on church property, but Catholics still flocked to hear him.
As a result Hughes, who was unable to return to his Church property on his release, has been banned from "any exercise of ordained ministry" for 20 years.
Agreement: Highland Park Presbyterian retains sole control over church property, assets
The ruling ended a long legal battle with the diocese of Huron over the church property and a trust fund.
DISGRACED judge Heather Perrin faces a probe into claims she tried to pocket [euro]40,000 from a Church property deal.
5 acre (1 hectare) property which was previously severed from the church property to the north.
A New Hampshire city didn't run afoul of any laws when it taxed church property that was not being used for a religious purpose, the state Supreme Court said May 23.
O'Brien is asking the City Council to include the former Notre Dame des Canadiens Church property off Salem Square in the "priority development site" boundary for the CitySquare redevelopment project.