Head Priest

Some articles on priest, head, head priest:

Emperor Go-Toba - Genealogy - Consorts and Children
... no Michichika (内大臣源通親) (daughter of priest Nōen, 能円) Imperial Prince Tamehito (為仁親王) (Emperor Tsuchimikado) (1196–1231) Court lady Empress Dowager Shumeimon-in ...
Chilga - Demographics
... Although the priestly head of the Chilga Qement is the spiritual leader of the Qement south of the Gwang River, the other head priest, who lives at Tekle Dingay, has more prestige ... For this reason the head priest of Chilga on occasion travels to Tekle Dingay to participate in holiday festivities, while the head priest in the latter town does not return the visit ...
The Conversion (Seinfeld) - Plot
... At the priest's office, George talks to the head priest (Kay E ... The head priest is very surprised at George's quiz scores, saying that he's never seen such an impressive performance ... The second priest comes and mumbles to the head priest that Kramer had come to see the priest, so George leaves ...
Emperor Go-Daigo - Genealogy - Consorts and Children
... Imperial Prince Moriyoshi (or Morinaga) (護良親王) (1308–1335) – Head Priest of Enryakuji (Tendai-zasu, 天台座主) (Buddhist name Prince Son'un ...
Kedarnath Temple - Head Priest
... Panch Kedar Kedarnath Tungnath • Rudranath Madhyamaheshwar • Kalpeshwar The head priest (Rawal) of the Kedarnath temple belongs to the Veerashaiva community from ...

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    With his head over his shoulder turned,
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    For out o’ doors he went without their help,
    And to the last bended their light on me.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)