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moz·zet·ta

or mo·zet·ta  (mō-zĕt′ə, mōt-sĕt′tä)
n. Roman Catholic Church
A short cape, sometimes with a hood, worn over the rochet by the pope or other dignitaries.

[Italian, from Medieval Latin almutia.]
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The church would be allowed to use the papal symbol in its banner, furnishings and seal and, for the rector of the basilica, a black mozetta with red piping, buttons and button holes.
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