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coadjutor (kəʊˈædʒʊtə)
1.  a bishop appointed as assistant to a diocesan bishop
2.  rare an assistant
[C15: via Old French from Latin co- together + adjūtor helper, from adjūtāre to assist, from juvāre to help]
fem n
fem n

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