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Definition of Clerical

Clerical

  1. Of or pertaining to the clergy; suitable for the clergy.
  2. Of or relating to a clerk or copyist, or to writing.

Clerical Quotations

In the academic world, most of the work that is done is clerical. A lot of the work done by professors is routine.
Noam Chomsky

Catholicism has the clerical equivalent to a nut allergy - even a small exposure to change, and the whole thing will go into anaphylactic shock.
Marcus Brigstocke

I grew up with Scientology - my parents at one point were clerical. It's a pragmatic philosophy, not merely a belief system. Yeah, it's had media exposure because certain luminaries do Scientology, but millions of people do it who are not celebrities. It's not a threat or some cult.
Giovanni Ribisi

Canon law itself says for one case of guilt, a priest can be dismissed from the clerical state. One.
Roger Mahony

Part of the reason that women go to college is to get out of the food service, clerical, pink-collar ghetto and into a more white-collar job. That does not necessarily mean they are being paid more than the blue-collar jobs men have.
Gloria Steinem
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Clerical Translations

clerical in Spanish is clerical
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