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collegiate church

n.
1. A Roman Catholic or Anglican church other than a cathedral, having a chapter of canons and presided over by a dean or provost.
2.
a. A church in the United States associated with others under a common body of pastors.
b. An association of such churches.
3. A church in Scotland served by two or more ministers.

collegiate church

n
1. (Roman Catholic Church) RC Church Church of England a church that has an endowed chapter of canons and prebendaries attached to it but that is not a cathedral
2. (Protestantism) Protestantism US one of a group of churches presided over by a body of pastors
3. (Protestantism) Protestantism Scot a church served by two or more ministers
4. (Education) a large church endowed in the Middle Ages to become a school
5. (Education) a chapel either endowed by or connected with a college

colle′giate church′


n.
1. a church that has a chapter of canons but no bishop's see.
2. (in the U.S.) a church or group of churches governed by a consistory or session.
3. (in Scotland) a church having two or more pastors.
[1400–50]
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The historic and cultural center around the stiftshof consists of the collegiate church, The band house, The city tower with its restored gothic choir, The tower schoolhouse and the helper house.
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Roads were closed and thousands lined the streets on Tuesday as the funeral cortege carrying his coffin made its way from Molineux to St Peter's Collegiate Church.
Roads were closed and thousands lined the streets yesterday as the funeral cortege carrying his coffin made its way from Molineux to St Peter's Collegiate Church.
A fly-past by the 671 Squadron Army Air Corps - with whom Hayward once served - signalled the start of the cortege which travelled through the town to the funeral service at St Peter's Collegiate Church.
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