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  • 1 Ordainment — Or*dain ment, n. Ordination. [R.] Burke. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 ordainment — index designation (naming), nomination, ordinance, selection (choice) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 ordainment — noun see ordain …

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  • 4 ordainment — See ordainer. * * * …

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  • 5 ordainment — noun ordination …

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  • 6 ordainment — É”r deɪnmÉ™nt /ɔː n. act of ordaining; investiture into a religious office; setting apart of someone or something for a particular purpose or function; order, decree …

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  • 7 ordainment — or·dain·ment …

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  • 8 ordainment — nmənt noun ( s) : appointment or ordinance especially by divine power or fate : ordination …

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  • 9 Church of the SubGenius — J. R. Bob Dobbs The Church of the SubGenius is a parody religion organization that satirizes religion, conspiracy theories, unidentified flying objects, and popular culture. Originally based in Dallas, Texas, the Church of the SubGenius gained… …

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  • 10 Mytrofan Yavdas — was a Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox protoiereus (archpriest) and religious author who suffered persecution and imprisonment while living in the Soviet Union. Contents 1 Education and ordainment 2 Soviet imprisonment 3 Emigration …

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  • 11 ordain — verb Etymology: Middle English ordeinen, from Anglo French ordener, ordeiner, from Late Latin ordinare, from Latin, to put in order, appoint, from ordin , ordo order Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to invest officially (as by the laying on… …

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  • 12 Messiah — This article is about the concept of a Messiah in religion, especially in the Hinduism, Christian, Islamic, and Jewish traditions. For other uses, see Messiah (disambiguation). The Last Judgment, by Jean Cousin the Younger (c. late 16th century)… …

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  • 13 Ramadan — or Ramazan (Arabic: رمضان, IPA|Ramaḍān ) is a Muslim religious observance that takes place during the ninth month of the Islamic calendar; the month in which the Qur an was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad. It is the Islamic month of fasting (… …

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  • 14 Affirmative action — For the history and implementation of affirmative action in the U.S., see Affirmative action in the United States. Affirmative action refers to policies that take factors including race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation or national… …

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  • 15 Battle of Badr — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Battle of Badr partof=the Muslim Quraish Wars caption=Scene from Siyer i Nebi (The Life of the Prophet) depicting Muhammad at Badr. date= March 17, 624 AD/17 Ramadan, 2 AH place=Badr, convert|80|mi|km southwest… …

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  • 16 Muhammad al-Mahdi — For other uses, see Mahdi (disambiguation). Al Mahdī Imam of Twelver Shi a Islam …

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  • 17 Law of Brazil — Brazil This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Brazil …

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  • 18 Franz de Paula Triesnecker — (April 2, 1745, Mallon,Kirchberg, Austria ndash – January 29, 1817, Vienna, Austria) was an Austrian Jesuit astronomer.When he was 16 he joined the Society of Jesus. He studied philosophy in Vienna and mathematics at Tyrnau, then became a teacher …

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  • 19 Henry Moore (biographer) — Henry Moore (1751 1844) was an English Wesleyan minister and biographer. Moore was born in a suburb of Dublin and apprenticed to a wood carver. Impressed by the preaching of John Wesley, he frequented the Methodist meetings and joined a class in… …

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  • 20 Vincenzo Cuoco — (October 1 1770 December 14 1823) was an Italian writer. He is mainly remembered for his Saggio Storico sulla Rivoluzione Napoletana del 1799 ( Historical Essay on the Neapolitan Revolution of 1799 ).BiographyEarly lifeVincenzo Cuoco was born… …

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