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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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Noting that there were 114 neophyte House members in the 18th Congress, Velasco made sure to tell them that disagreements were normal in the Lower Chamber, which is a collegial body.
A LOOMING showdown between incumbent and neophyte senators over choice committee chairmanships is likely to be averted in a closed-door caucus way before the next Congress convenes regular session in July.
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).
Such a hedge is unnecessary, however, because specialists and neophytes alike will find in this book many stimulating reflections by a prolific scholar whose work has spanned the period in question, from the rhetoriqueurs to Louise Labe to Montaigne.
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.
Call these people "neophytes," parents who do not carry with them from their childhood experiences the joy of going to camp.
Established authors and neophytes, mainstream and self-published authors have participated in the retreats.
After learning to shoot a .22 semi-automatic, however, the neophytes were "hooked."
When Gilbert returned to London the following fall, the two neophytes decided to join forces as a way of becoming artists "more effectively." They did not yet have a clear plan to produce art together.
You won't see blue, underlined text or an icon that screams "click here." When you learn to navigate without those pointers for neophytes, you'll find classy, readable guidance.
While many of the landowners are neophytes who have plowed their money into the land as a simple investment, others have considerable experience in identifying top wine-producing country.
Such works are designed to teach neophytes how the profession operates.