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Coadjutor

Co`ad`ju´tor
n.1.One who aids another; an assistant; a coworker.
Craftily outwitting her perjured coadjutor.
- Sheridan.
2.(R. C. Ch.) The assistant of a bishop or of a priest holding a benefice.
Noun1.coadjutor - an assistant to a Bishop

COADJUTOR, eccl. law. A fellow helper or assistant; particularly applied to the assistant of a bishop.

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