Definition of Incumbencies

1. Noun. (plural of incumbency) ¹



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Definition of Incumbencies

1. incumbency [n] - See also: incumbency

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incumbencies

inculpable
inculpableness
inculpably
inculpate
inculpated
inculpates
inculpating
inculpation
inculpations
inculpative
inculpatory
incult
incultivated
incultivation
inculturation
incumbencies (current term)
incumbency
incumbent
incumbent on(p)
incumbently
incumbents
incumber
incumbered
incumbering
incumberingly
incumberment
incumberments
incumbers
incumbrance
incumbrancer

Literary usage of Incumbencies

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1. An Historical Account of the Plantation in Ulster at the Commencement of the by George Hill (1877)
"During incumbencies.—This concluding exception or saving clause is not made in the first set of instructions, which, in this particular, ..."

2. The Real Property Statutes Passed in the Reigns of King William IV. and by Great Britain, Leonard Shelford (1863)
"... if the times of such incumbencies taken together shall amount to the full period of sixty years; and if the times of such incumbencies shall not ..."

3. The Miscellany of the New Spalding Club by Alexander Macdonald Munro, Peter John Anderson, David Littlejohn, James Moir, Alexander Emslie Smith (1908)
"Thereafter, at the first meeting of Synod that followed, S. Paul's was restored by the Bishop to its proper place in the List of incumbencies of the ..."

4. A Practical Treatise on the Statutes of Limitations in England and Ireland by Jonathan George Norton Darby, Frederick Albert Bosanquet, James Robert Vernam Marchant (1893)
"incumbencies after lapse to be reckoned within the period, but not incumbencies after promotions to bishop- ricks. after is mentioned next after the time at ..."

5. The Law of Nisi Prius, Evidence in Civil Actions, and Arbitration & Awards by Archibald John Stephens (1842)
"No lands or rents tu be re- covered l>y ecclesiastical or eleemosynary corporations sole, hut within two incumbencies and six years, or sixty years. Sect. ..."

6. The Law of Limitation as to Real Property: Including that of the Crown and by William Brown (1869)
"incumbencies after lapse to bo reckoned within tile period, but not incumbencies after promotions to bishoprics. XXX. And be it further enacted, ..."

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