See also:purse . The word is now chiefly used of the official, usually one of the
See also:fellows, who administers the finances of a
See also:college at a university, or of the treasurer of a school or other institution . The
See also:term is also applied to the holder of " a bursary," an
See also:exhibition at Scottish
See also:schools or
See also:universities, and also in England a scholarship or exhibition enabling a
See also:pupil of an elementary school to continue his
See also:education at a secondary school . The term " burse " (
See also:Lat. bursa, Gr. l3bpaa, bag of skin) is particularly used of the embroidered purse which is one of the insignia of
See also:office of the
See also:lord high chancellor of England, and of the pouch which in the
See also:Church contains the "
See also:corporal " in the service of the Mass . The " bursa " is a square case opening at one side only and covered and lined with
See also:silk or
See also:linen; one side should be of the
See also:colour of the
See also:vestments of the
See also:day .
JOHN BURROUGHS (1837– )
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