canonicals

ca·non·i·cals

 (kə-nŏn′ĭ-kəlz)
pl.n. Ecclesiastical
The dress prescribed by canon for officiating clergy.

canonicals

(kəˈnɒnɪkəlz)
pl n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) the vestments worn by clergy when officiating
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The mincer now stands before you invested in the full canonicals of his calling.
The king sat under a canopy of state; about him were clustered a large body of the clergy in full canonicals.
The stillness was less intense until the judge put on his black cap, and the chaplain in his canonicals was observed behind him.
Most of us, at some moment in our young lives, would have welcomed a priest of that natural order in any sort of canonicals or uncanonicals, but had to scramble upward into all the difficulties of nineteen entirely without such aid, as Maggie did.
Three priests go ahead of the carts: OLD PRIEST--90, white canonicals with golden thread; CATHOLIC PRIEST--50, Catholic robes, and YOUNG PRIEST taking the old priest by the arm--he is dressed in black canonicals with golden threads.
Canonical has built a solid ecosystem program which ensures that enterprises can confidently deploy ARM-based systems from a variety of vendors all covered by Canonicals professional services and support.
Mellor has been remapping the zone marked "Romantic," showing the difference that gender makes, to the canon and the canonicals.
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If the Convention should connive at their proceedings I question, should his insolence not abate if he does not get ducked in a coat of Tar & surplice of feathers and then he may go in his new Canonicals and act under the lawful Authority of Gen.
Therefore, the canonicals form a "prefix tree" in the tree of all integer vectors.
6) Moving beyond centres, he discusses what he calls "world oriented writers and the lonely canonicals," writers who, like Borges and Karen Blixen and Milan Kundera and Ivan Klima and Chinua Achebe and Gao Xingjian, have no obvious affinity to their national counterparts but who, at the same time, in relative isolation, have realized high critical approbation.