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a principle taught or advanced for belief, as by a religious or philosophical group

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The challenge is that as combat operations cease or move from a war zone to peaceful operations, critical steps to capture and transfer knowledge that are not institutionalized doctrinally could hamper proper support to future missions as well as training for such missions.
* Mentally and doctrinally codify intelligence as an integral part of all operations.
Many of the contributors engage feminism, as it is variously negotiated in critical theology, spirituality, new liturgical rituals, and in the activities of doctrinally progressive groups (e.g., Women-Church, Dignity, Catholics for a Free Choice, Las Hermanas, Call to Action, the National Assembly of Religious Women).
It either puts to rest or qualifies the more doctrinally based arguments concerning the ghost in Hamlet (for example, the well-known article by Sister Miriam Joseph), and also is broadly suggestive for further discussion of other plays, including Macbeth.
Catholicism understands this fact instinctively--although not always doctrinally.
While each is unique, all shared a distaste for what they considered a doctrinally weak Anglicanism, a suspicion of modern relativism, and a love for Catholicism's strong authority and rich tradition.
Finally, as the CTCP, doctrinally you are the alternate battalion TOC, and you must always be prepared to assume this role.
ICEL was directed to cease publication and distribution of its controversial translation of the Psalms because the text was "doctrinally flawed."
The association's spokesman, Manfred Bruns, said the bishops' ban on church employees entering into registered partnerships would be understandable if the ban was restricted to employees in positions that were doctrinally sensitive.
It also supports the doctrinally correct use of aerospace power in key joint campaign models and exercise scenarios used throughout the world.
By referring to God as Father, Son, and Spirit, we doctrinally affirm a certain order of being, yet this ordering betrays the logic of experience.
Such a fantasy is doctrinally ridiculous, for it is precisely the Father of the Old Covenant who requires the mediating sacrifice of the Son to be mollified and to usher in the New Covenant.(25) Why does Bunyan thus reverse the function, the family order, so to speak, of the Trinity?
The doctrinally dense contributions to the section on theology and Christian spirituality (chaps.
Likewise, a regionally distinctive, adaptive threat has replaced, to some degree, the predictable, doctrinally rigid threat we faced two decades ago.
Any tendency to represent it as an infallible declaration is a doctrinally indefensible instance of "creeping" infallibility.