Adjutor


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Ad`ju´tor


n.1.A helper or assistant.
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(148) II y a plus de soixante-dix ans, Adjutor Rivard ecrivait: << Cependant, il a paru juste de n'intervenir dans les decisions des tribunaux inferieurs, sur les questions de fait, que pour des motifs bien etablis; excepte dans les cas d'erreur manifeste ou clairement demontree, la Cour d'appel incline a tenir pour averes les faits constates par les premiers juges [notes omises] >> (Manuel de la Cour d'appel: Juridiction civile, organisation, competence, procedure, Montreal, Varietes, 1941 a la p 45).
[6] La ultima palabra, sin embargo, le correspondio al joven arzobispo adjutor de Bogota con derecho de sucesion, Juan Manual Gonzalez Arbelaez, quien subio hasta la tarima de los microfonos para leer un telegrama enviado por el Concejo de Bogota.
Translated are Adjutor Rivard's sentimental salute to "The Cradle" (always occupied by God's latest little blessing), George Bouchard's mouth-watering description of "The Old Bake-Oven," and Louis Hemon's heroic account of "making land" from Maria Chapdelaine.
A coadjutor (from co-, together, and adjutor, assistant) is a bishop appointed customarily with right of succession.
The better works of fiction were collections of folksy tales and sketches such as Adjutor Rivard's Chez nous, Marie-Victorin's Croquis laurentiens, and Lionel Groulx's Rapaillages.