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episcope

(ˈɛpɪˌskəʊp)
n
(Photography) Brit an optical device that projects an enlarged image of an opaque object, such as a printed page or photographic print, onto a screen by means of reflected light. US and Canadian name: opaque projector See also epidiascope
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We look more to the charismata of God rather than the episcope, because the episcope, in our congregational polity, arises out of the charismata within the local body of believers, in contrast to an episcope funnelled through previous regional or historic authorities.
With Origin Capital's investment in technology, we're delivering an added layer of value to our clients," said Michael Episcope, cofounder and Principal at Origin Capital.
This continuity is perhaps clearest in the italicized paragraphs that identify and describe areas of continuing disunity and seek "to stimulate reflection and encourage further agreement among the churches on the path to unity" (7)--so much so that, upon a first reading of TCTCV, one is sometimes struck at the lack of advance that has been achieved on some of these questions (for example, primacy, episcope, the threefold order of ministry) since 1982.
In "the care of all the churches," our archdeacons and regional deans were wonderful partners in the ministry of episcope.
Episcope Kliment, the Secretary of the Holy Synod, said that at its meeting Thursday the Synod went through all its decisions passed in the past year.
The scope of works requires the development of a fully operational mapping tool that will be applied to the objectives of the episcope project, detailed in appendix c.
The basic designated system is equipped with manual turret drives and an optical episcope with integrated aiming mark.
20) Therefore, in March 1993 the SOC's Synod "persuaded" Metropolitan of Montenegro and the Littoral Amfilohije and Episcope Irinej of Backa to visit Pope John Paul II.
Kliment Ohridski, the first original Slavonic writer and educator and the first Slavonic episcope and founder of the Ohrid literary school, for the fourth successive year.
For Giustiniani's text see Leonardo Giustiniani, De vita Beato Nicolai episcope Myrensis (Venice, ca.
The bishop needs to exercise some sort of episcope or oversight, not necessarily because he wants to enhance his personal power, but for the unity of the church of which he is, on the local level, the sign.
Each local church is "a community of baptized believers in which the word of God is preached, the apostolic faith confessed, the sacraments are celebrated, the redemptive work of Christ for the world is witnessed to, and a ministry of episcope exercised by bishops or other ministers in serving the community.