neophyte


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a plant that is found in an area where it had not been recorded previously

a new convert being taught the principles of Christianity by a catechist

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In opposing the measure, the neophyte senator said it would be the children who would suffer from separation of their parents.
"So ating mga neophytes, 'wag kayong mahiya, lapit lang kayo sa amin na mga veterans (So to our neophytes, don't be shy, approach us veterans).
The reports that Villar, who topped the last senatorial elections, was being egged on by Marcos to seek the Senate presidency followed speculation that certain neophyte senators were angling for key committee posts, in defiance of the chamber's tradition honoring the equity of the incumbent.
His Holiness the Bulgarian Patriarch and Sofia Metropolitan Neophyte will meet them in the temple and prayerfully take part in the Holy Liturgy.
As Milliken notes, the neophytes at San Jose did not comprise a single people but instead "represented 55 independent local tribes and spoke nine distinct languages." (101) To make sense of it all, Milliken returns to the huge computerized database he laboriously constructed for his original work.
A framework for a Graduate Nurse Residency Program would provide hospitals and facilities that hire new graduate nurses with a resource to assist or augment programs in the development of the neophyte nurse.
The loss of each neophyte nurse deepens the already severe nursing shortage.
Among the issues analyzed are the question of one versus two rites (separately for infants and adults); the mode of Baptism (submersion or immersion versus sprinkling or pouring*); the question of "emergency" Baptism; baptismal festivals versus single baptisms; the timing of Baptism (LBW clearly prefers the Easter Vigil); the question of communion and Baptism (if the first communion is at Baptism, does the neophyte continue to be communed, or is there a delay of future reception until an older age?); the renunciation and profession; baptismal architecture ("the font should be of a size sufficient to call attention to itself," p.
Forty years later, his nephew, Joel, a neophyte film producer and first-time director, pays tribute to his pioneering uncle in a new documentary, The Best of Secter & The Rest of Secter.
A third set of scans 3 months later showed that the enlarged brain areas of the neophyte jugglers had shrunk back down.
Like rookie football players, the neophyte would be brought along slowly, first serving on the board of some marginal enterprise listed in the pink sheets.
data-dependent acquisition) Liebler lists strengths and weaknesses, helping to guide a neophyte user's choices.
As I sit in this chapel--a neophyte among these collective generations of wisdom--I am overwhelmed by that same sense that there is much more here than I know.
Now head of the International Accounting Standards Committee, he confessed to being something of a neophyte in the accounting world, and said he's "impressed by the difficulty of the issues" involved in trying to devise a single set of global accounting standards.
He was a legendary figure by then and a bit intimidating to a neophyte attorney just out of law school.