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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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Sometimes we bishops and episcopes had annual meetings and shared common messages based on the gospel.
The driver's comfort has been increased with more room at waist level, and episcopes have been moved from the hull to the hatch to allow a better vision when driving with the hatch open.
The publication of Rudolph Sohm's charismatic thesis in 1892, challenged the Protestant position of the church as voluntary associations based on Greek models, which saw the work and leadership of the apostles, prophets, and teachers under almost democratic decisions of the community in matter of preaching, teaching and administration but later regulated by presbyters and episcopes.
Branko Gjorgjevski reminds in Dnevnik of now deceased Metropolitan Kiril's statement at a session of the synod of the Macedonian Orthodox Church with which he opposed the demand of several older archbishops--younger episcopes not to have the right to vote for matters concerning the church.
Patriarch Samoil and the Synod of the Patriarchate of Constantinople counterfeited documents to make it seem that the dismantle of the Ohrid Archbishopric was requested by Arsenij, the Archbishop of the Ohrid Archbishopric, himself together with the episcopes and believers, reportedly because of the Archbishopric's financial collapse.
There were extremely negative reactions within the SOC regarding the development of the dialogue with the RCC, especially by some episcopes and the Church's "basis".