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virger

(ˈvɜːdʒə)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) a variant (used in some churches) of verger
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Charles, 41, is a senior virger at the cathedral and Caroline, 32, was a virger there between 1997 and 2001.
The procession was led by the head of the Queen's Household, Lord Chamberlain Lord Luce, the virger and the Dean of Windsor who preceded the bearer party.
He was, of course, known by the witty young ladies of the period as `Poor, dear Virger.' (70) By February 1856 Vigors had been offered the position of Adjutant within his original regiment, the 11th, a position `which I am desirous of accepting' and so forwarded his resignation to Governor Sir William Thomas Denison.