Some articles on superiors:

Leadership Conference Of Women Religious - History
... in 1956 and first named as the Conference of Major Superiors of Women ... In 1995 CICLSAL established the Council of Major Superiors of Women Religious (CMSWR), an organization parallel to the LCWR, whose 168 members of the level of provincial or general superiors represent some 20% of ...
Morham - Superiors
... The feudal superiors of Morham changed over the centuries ... Most of the parish had been possessed by the Hepburn family the Earls of Bothwell, and the Hepburns of Bearford ...
Captain Pantoja And The Special Service - Plot
... the story of a Peruvian Army captain, Pantaleón Pantoja, whose superiors involve him, despite his reluctance, in a mission to satisfy the sex drives of soldiers ... forced to shut down the service under pressure from his superiors ... complication leads him to believe that his military career has come to an end, but his superiors grant him a last chance and send him far away, to ...
Crisóstomo Henríquez - Biography
... He was then sent by his superiors to different monasteries of the Order, where he studied successively philosophy and theology under the most eminent professors ... He now received from his superiors the command to write the history of the Cistercian Order ... his knowledge was only equaled by his humility and his submission to his superiors unqualified, while his agreeable demeanor gained for him the affection of all ...
The Grange, Edinburgh - Superiors
... On October 29, 1506, St Giles Grange passed to John Cant, a Burgess of Edinburgh, and his spouse Agnes Carkettle, and in 1517 they granted the use of 18 acres (73,000 m2) of land to the nuns of St Catherine of Sienna ... On March 19, 1691 a John Cant sold St Giles Grange in its entirety to William Dick ...

Famous quotes containing the word superiors:

    It would be ... better to be judged by one’s superiors than by one’s peers. ...In a trial before his superiors, any criminal would stand a chance of justice.
    Margaret Anderson (1886–1973)

    The characteristic of a well-bred man is, to converse with his inferiors without insolence, and with his superiors with respect and with ease.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)