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A title of the Archbishop of York.
- ‘Holding the ancient title of Primate of England, his influence will extend far beyond the Diocese of York, and even the Northern Province, and we look forward eagerly to welcoming him among us, and working with him in the years to come.’
- ‘The Archbishop of York (‘Primate of England’) is the third peer in the United Kingdom, preceding all secular peers, except the Lord High Chancellor.’
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