impropriate

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impropriate

vb
(Ecclesiastical Terms) (tr) to transfer (property, rights, etc) from the Church into lay hands
adj
(Ecclesiastical Terms) transferred in this way
[C16: from Medieval Latin impropriāre to make one's own, from Latin im- in-2 + propriāre to appropriate]
imˌpropriˈation n
imˈpropriˌator n

impropriate


Past participle: impropriated
Gerund: impropriating

Imperative
impropriate
impropriate
Present
I impropriate
you impropriate
he/she/it impropriates
we impropriate
you impropriate
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Preterite
I impropriated
you impropriated
he/she/it impropriated
we impropriated
you impropriated
they impropriated
Present Continuous
I am impropriating
you are impropriating
he/she/it is impropriating
we are impropriating
you are impropriating
they are impropriating
Present Perfect
I have impropriated
you have impropriated
he/she/it has impropriated
we have impropriated
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they have impropriated
Past Continuous
I was impropriating
you were impropriating
he/she/it was impropriating
we were impropriating
you were impropriating
they were impropriating
Past Perfect
I had impropriated
you had impropriated
he/she/it had impropriated
we had impropriated
you had impropriated
they had impropriated
Future
I will impropriate
you will impropriate
he/she/it will impropriate
we will impropriate
you will impropriate
they will impropriate
Future Perfect
I will have impropriated
you will have impropriated
he/she/it will have impropriated
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Future Continuous
I will be impropriating
you will be impropriating
he/she/it will be impropriating
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you will be impropriating
they will be impropriating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been impropriating
you have been impropriating
he/she/it has been impropriating
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you have been impropriating
they have been impropriating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been impropriating
you will have been impropriating
he/she/it will have been impropriating
we will have been impropriating
you will have been impropriating
they will have been impropriating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been impropriating
you had been impropriating
he/she/it had been impropriating
we had been impropriating
you had been impropriating
they had been impropriating
Conditional
I would impropriate
you would impropriate
he/she/it would impropriate
we would impropriate
you would impropriate
they would impropriate
Past Conditional
I would have impropriated
you would have impropriated
he/she/it would have impropriated
we would have impropriated
you would have impropriated
they would have impropriated
References in periodicals archive ?
Or, the Restitution of Abby Lands and Impropriations.
Some of the identified reasons for the poor disclosures include; fear of discovery of financial impropriations and acts of corruption, fear of competitiveness, inappropriate and non-commensurate sanctions for non-disclosure and provision of misleading information.
Stephens Church in London and a member of the Feoffees of Impropriations, Davenport found himself doggedly pursued by Laud, brought before the High Commission, and threatened with arrest.
The Feoffees for Impropriations was essentially an organization which sought to acquire impropriations (livings under lay jurisdiction) and use the revenue to support approved puritan ministers.
Arguing that this reconstruction effort failed "because it was a variant of the reconstruction of the Church of England" (223), McCafferty examines not simply the issues of Laudianism-versus-puritanism and Protestantism-versus-recusancy but also Irish ecclesiastical independence versus congruity with the Church of England, church property resumption versus lay attempts to keep impropriations, and local independence versus central control.
In the late 1620s William Laud communicated with James Ussher, Archbishop of Armagh and effective primate of Ireland, about recovering Irish impropriations.
1578-1653) ministered in London, served as one of the Feoffees for Impropriations in the early part of the reign of Charles I, and in the revolutionary decades was an active promoter of the Presbyterian system.
90) Indeed, they argued that their provision for Richard White under the terms of the 1636 agreement was consistent with the crown's criticism of `the manifold inconveniences which happen to the church and commonwealth by reason of impropriations and the small endowment of vicars and stipendiary priests'.
This is not how Laud saw things about ten years after this sermon was preached when he dissolved the Feoffees for Impropriations, a group including Richard Sibbes whose purpose was to buy up lay impropriations (the fights of lay people to appoint clergy to specific positions) with a view to appointing only ministers well qualified to preach.