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Things episcopacy often describes (“episcopacy ________”)
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Descriptive words:
diocesan, moderate, primitive, modified, english, monarchical, anglican, limited, american, french, protestant, modern, parochial, historic, prelatical, reformed, roman, scottish, german, true, irish, ancient, universal, entire, congregational, moderated, learned, right, divine, regular, romish, brazilian, valid, spanish, spurious, mitigated, established, latin, colonial, titular, territorial, genuine, christian, frankish, pretended, mexican, exclusive, nominal, italian, chilean, constitutional, native, apostolical, argentine, exalted, prelatic, scotch, austrian, hated, hierarchical, laudian, aggressive, polish, moravian, mon, scriptural, monarchic, missionary, monarchial, membered, apostolic, pastoral, canadian

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