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Synonyms for impartation

the transmission of information

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A concluding prayer of impartation challenges the reader to step out in compassion to be the person God created and designed them to be.
He observed that the standard pedagogic style was not just a one-way impartation of knowledge from JI teacher to student.
He stressed that more attention should be diverted toward impartation of knowledge to the coming generations.
And that's precisely what happens in Genesis 12 when God calls Abram to get up and go to Canaan--Abram receives a divine impartation of momentum.
In The Starry Night, the human dwellings centered in the landscape surrounding the church and lights inside the houses alter the landscape not only because of their material presence but also because of their direct impartation of the motion and the light inherent in nature.
3] The advent of stain had made cellular differentiation of tissues more accurate, because stains increase the optical differentiation of cellular elements either by an alteration of contrast or impartation of color.
While Jubilees imagines erring humans receiving supematurally mediated tutelage in the virtues of justice and righteousness, the writers of the Enochic myth relate the malicious impartation of closely guarded secrets undergirding the practices of black magic, the production of metal-based weaponry, and the seductive lures of cosmetology in blithe disregard of their deleterious social consequences.
Participation and imagination stand in the organizational symbolizing space of acquisition and impartation, design and modeling, imagination and the imagined, representation and transformation.
A swirling flow is the cause of an impartation of a tangential component by usage of swirler positioned within the burner [7, 9].
First, due to being weak markets or the impartation velocity of news, they often have highly dispersed data, so that these markets are nonlinear and asymmetric the assumption cannot be ignored.
Such a distinction not only draws attention to the chasm that exists between Bede's and our own, often radically-individualistic assumptions about what a text is and does; it affords us a language to continue reimagining the work of theological reading as not merely the impartation or apprehension of information, but rather as a fully-embodied "activity" which both makes possible and is made possible by the "soul's return to God in the company of faith" (Candler 167).
Thus, there is a need for a life-span perspective that illustrates the processual impartation of stereotypical and disconfirming behaviors that both inform and challenge the social roles that influence subsequent entrepreneurial activities.
Asheervadam's chapter on India for discussion of these issues); the impartation of theological training; the varied development works undertaken by missions in the areas of education, health, rural development, disaster relief, and rehabilitation.
Hence, grace may be understood as: (1) a state of right standing with God, (2) an impartation of power to live and act in a godly manner, and (3) as particular behaviors resultant from (1) and (2) above.
An example of the latter variety would be the impartation of spin on a ball, which factors prominently in many sports.