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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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The next step is to change the mindset of the members that physical initiation is the most effective way to develop and maintain the loyalty or fealty of the neophytes to the organization.
Last Friday, the NBI and the Makati City Police filed charges of violation of the anti-hazing law against 20 persons in connection with the initiation of Tau Gamma Phi fraternity neophytes, that led to the death of Servando.
In the meantime, thanks to their remarkable ability both to attract and coerce new recruits, the Franciscans managed to sustain San Jose's growth even as they transferred large numbers of neophytes to serve as "seed populations" for new missions at San Rafael (1817) and Sonoma (1823).
But it's neither movies, racing cars, books, nor screenplays that this pair of madcap business neophytes discuss in Shameless Exploitation in Pursuit of the Common Good.
NIC studies have disclosed a 35% reduction in the number of seniors housing investors overall, and Kramer hypothesized that most of those leaving were relative neophytes who got burned by assisted living overbuilding after the high-flying mid-1990s.
Robinson Financial Group specializes in guidance to neophytes in the areas of homeownership, budgeting, investing, and credit repair.
First, be aware that many of your prospects are neophytes, who do not understand many camp traditions such as Color War.
22 semi-automatic, however, the neophytes were "hooked.
The Digital Economy: Promise and Peril in the Age of Networked Intelligence was published in 1996 yet continues to provide a unique glimpse of the future for information management neophytes and veterans alike.
The court said the investors were not neophytes in business or financial affairs.
Wireless Data University: Led by Andrew Seybold, this has been the industry's preeminent in-depth wireless data education session, for neophytes and experts alike.
Initiation rites test neophytes on their mental, psychological, and social characteristics in accordance with the fraternity's standard.
The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) has summoned the Lord Grand Triskelion (fraternity head) of Tau Gamma Phi who reportedly participated in the initiation rites of four neophytes in a house in Makati that led to the death of Guillo Cesar Servando, a sophomore student of the De La Salle-College of St.
Arguably too much of a good thing for neophytes, One Kiss is as essential as liquid eyeliner and Aqua Net for die-hard girl-group fans.