ordination of women
(b. 62 ad) German novelist
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Lamond, Mary (1862–1948), Church of Scotland deaconess
Ferard, Elizabeth Catherine (1825–1883), Church of England deaconess
Eagles, Fanny Elizabeth (1836–1907), Church of England deaconess
Farrar, Dorothy Hincksman (1899–1987), Methodist deaconess and preacher
Davidson, Katherine Helen (1845–1925), Church of Scotland deaconess
Baillie, Lady Grisell (1822–1891), Church of Scotland deaconess
Gilmore [née Morris], Isabella (1842–1923), philanthropist and Church of England deaconess
Leukocyte common-antigen-related tyrosine phosphatase receptor: altered expression of mRNA and protein in the New England Deaconess Hospital rat line exhibiting spontaneous pheochromocytoma
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A woman Christian having an office akin to that of deacon.
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