prelateship

prelateship

(ˈprɛlətʃɪp)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) the rank of a prelate
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(2009: 364) view teacher-curriculum relationship as "an agent-tool prelateship" in that that curriculum is not a static object in the hands of teachers but rather is a tool that both "shape and are shaped by human action through their affordances and constraints".
[it happens that Jupiter -- that is one of their sons or subjects more clever and more daring than the others -- rises up against a wicked father, takes him to the king, the pope, or some other superior, cuts him off from his power, and fights against him so long that he deposes him from kingship, prelateship, office, or judgeship, saying the words of Isaias 14:12, "How are you fallen from heaven, Lucifer, who rose in the morning?