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characteristic of those who are not members of the clergy

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The N input level had a significant effect on LAIc, which was greater in high N input level than lower level.
Part five, entitled 'Beyond the Feast of Fools', deals primarily with laic festive societies and their New Year's activities after the suppression of the Feast of Fools in most French dioceses, and considers the argument that these activities were somehow a legacy of that feast.
However, in the 19th century (in the third phase), the secularisation brings with it the emancipation of the laic orders and the individuals, who believe in their own power and in their freedom.
La modernite contradictoire de Zola s'impose enfin dans la tension discursive entre l'heritage religieux et l'enthousiasme laic, illustree par l'iconographie du mythe du "Grand soir" dans Germinal (David Baguley) ou par le transfert sacral des vertus cardinales qui accomplit, dans le contexte millenariste des Quatre Evangiles, l'ancienne utopie des phalansteres de Charles Fourier (Julia Przybos).
L'ETRE ET LA MISSION DU LAIC DANS UNE EGLISE PLURI-MINISTERIELLE: D'UNE THEOLOGIE DU LAICAT A UNE ECCLESIOLOGIE DE SOLIDARITE (1953-2003).
But since its ensemble, arguing for Renaissance anxiety and challenging the notion of the ever optimistic, self-affirming, confident, laic Renaissance, elaborates what amounts to a truism already expressed in one way or another by a large number of Renaissance scholars, its ultimate value lies in its seemingly inexhaustible detail.
Il marque le passage symbolique de Neonila et de ses soeurs jumelles (qui, de novices, deviennent moniales) du monde laic au monde religieux.
Approximately 7.4 percent of the population describes itself as "laic" (members of nonconfessional philosophical organizations), and another 1.1 percent belongs to organized laity that receives funding for its programs.
French has a word for the separation between the Church and the State in everyday life: laicite, adjective: laic. How do you translate it in English?
He has published more than two dozen works, including La Solution laique et ses problemes [The Laic Solution and its Problems] (1997) and Liberte, laicite--La guerre des.
THE only place to be for a party this week is Glasgow, as the IF LAIC posse rolls into Glasgow.
But when these laic exorcists attempt to rid the house of its tormented inhabitants, things kick into overdrive, and the film's final 20 minutes or so make for a satisfyingly jittery roller-coaster ride.
Il montre par ailleurs que jusqu'au milieu du dix-septieme siecle, l'activite la plus importante de la confrerie est l'enseignement de la doctrine chretienne par un laic (prieres et croyances de base).
For the politics of Islam, on the other hand, the exception is seen as lying in the non-confrontational quality of Senegalese religious identity, in the near-unanimous acceptance of the Etat laic.