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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While the focus has changed from getting out of the mud to getting out of the muddle of congestion and to improving highway safety, many promising programs that would do this are, in many ways, in the same neophytic stage as the "Good Roads" movement was a century ago.
Without oversimplifying, a "screw `em" message was in fact conveyed to many moderate voters by the end of Clinton's first 1,000 days, reflecting Clinton's own insulation from the social universe he had read so astutely as a candidate, and indicating the political ineptness of the "playpen," as his neophytic entourage in the early White House was commonly called.
1996 for site details), dominated by Artemisia tridentata (big sagebrush) and the neophytic Agropyron desertorum, were used to determine concentrations of P and N[[O.