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Ecclesiastical Law. Of a benefice: the fact or state of being occupied. Opposed to "vacancy". Now historical.
Late Middle English; earliest use found in Rolls of Parliament. Anglo-Norman plenerté, plenarté, also plenereté fullness, plenarty from plener + -té.
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