clericals


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cler·i·cal

 (klĕr′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to clerks or office workers or their work.
2. Of, relating to, or characteristic of the clergy.
3. Advocating clericalism.
n.
1. A member of the clergy.
2. clericals Garments worn by the clergy.
3. An advocate of clericalism.

cler′i·cal·ly adv.

clericals

(ˈklɛrɪkəlz)
pl n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) the distinctive dress of a member of the clergy
References in classic literature ?
Spain and Portugal, after a wild frenzy in which the Clericals and the Anarchists had fought most desperately, were now fallen silent.
Clericals continued to provide the support of typing, filing, and maintaining those bibliographic records created or edited by paraprofessionals or created originally by librarians.
Aside from these job classifications and titles, however, what distinguishes a paraprofessional from a clerical support position or a professional librarian, respectively, and what is an appropriate role for the paraprofessional in technical services in libraries?