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a set of questions or exercises designed to determine knowledge or skill

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a series of question put to an individual (such as a political candidate) to elicit their views

an elementary book summarizing the principles of a Christian religion

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(26.) Duden also links the focus on physical health to the nascent concern with private property, citing Volney's "Health Cathecism" of 1793: "Everyone is the supreme master, the complete owner of his body." She goes on to assert: "The entire catalog of the bourgeois social norms subsequently flowed into the attitude toward this new form of property" (Woman Beneath 13).
1910 Katekisma kana Tsamba ye rudzidziso rwe Sangano katolike (Cathecism or book of the teachings of the Catholic Church).
(It is interesting to note, in the light of the suggestion that Mary looked only to the out-of-date and the conservative for help with the reconversion, that Carranza was to find himself imprisoned by the Inquisition on his return to Spain because of suspicions about the orthodoxy of his cathecism.)