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  • 141Rococo Style — • A discussion of this whimsical style, its origins and uses Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Rococo Style     Rococo Style     † …

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  • 142Controversies on Grace —     Controversies on Grace     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Controversies on Grace     These are concerned chiefly with the relation between grace and free will. How can the all persuasiveness of grace, which imposes such a potent influence on the… …

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  • 143Gospel of Saint Luke —     Gospel of Saint Luke     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Gospel of Saint Luke     The subject will be treated under the following heads:     I. Biography of Saint Luke; II.Authenticity of the Gospel; III. Integrity of the Gospel; IV. Purpose and… …

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  • 144Oblati —     Oblati     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Oblati     Oblati (Oblatæ, Oblates) is a word used to describe any persons, not professed monks or friars, who have been offered to God, or have dedicated themselves to His service, in holy religion. It… …

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  • 145equivalent — eq·uiv·a·lent n: something that performs substantially the same function as another thing in substantially the same way compare aggregation, combination, invention ◇ Under patent law, a patentee may bring a claim for infringement against the… …

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  • 146representative — rep·re·sen·ta·tive 1 adj 1: serving to represent 2 a: standing or acting for another esp. through delegated authority an agent acting in a representative capacity b: of, based on, or constituting a government in which the people are represented… …

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  • 147congruent — adjective a) Corresponding in character. b) harmonious Syn: congruous …

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  • 148incompatible — adjective Of two things: impossible to coexist; not congruous because of differences; irreconcilable; disagreeing. Ant: compatible …

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  • 149congruousness — noun The state or quality of being congruous …

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  • 150noncongruous — adjective Not congruous …

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  • 151disagreeable — adjective a) Not agreeable, conformable, or congruous; contrary; unsuitable. Preach you truly the doctrine which you have received, and teach nothing that is disagreeable thereunto. Udall. b) Exciting re …

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  • 152hagiographic — adjective /ˈhæɡioʊˌɡɹæfɪk/ A writing or expression congruous with the tenets of hagiography. But the stakes are clearly higher than in the hagiographic viewpoint expressed in [Girard, 1971] and a change of syntax (as the one coming from linear… …

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  • 153congruously — adverb In a congruous manner …

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  • 154fitting — I adjective adapted, appropriate, auspicious, becoming, convenient, correct, desirable, expedient, favorable, geared to, likely, opportune, proper, propitious, providential, seasonable, seemly, suitable, suited, relevant, timely II index… …

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  • 155hemianopia — Loss of vision for one half of the visual field of one or both eyes. SYN: hemianopsia. absolute h. hemianopsia in which the affected field is totally insensitive to all visual stimuli. SYN: complete h.. altitudinal h. a defect in the visual …

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  • 156rabbeting — Obsolete term for making congruous stepwise cuts on apposing bone surfaces for stability after impaction. [Fr. raboter, to plane] …

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  • 157Conservation psychology — is the scientific study of the mutual relationships, and the connections between humans and the rest of nature, with a particular focus on how to encourage conservation of the natural world.[1] This field is less of a specialty area within… …

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  • 158ECW (WWE) — This article is about the WWE brand. For the promotion that operated from 1992–2001, see Extreme Championship Wrestling. ECW Format Sports entertainment Professio …

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  • 159Nicholas Zammit — Born 20 November 1815 Siggiewi, Malta Died 29 July 1899 (83 years) Sliema, Malta Occupation Medicine, Architecture …

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  • 160concurrent — con·cur·rent /kən kər ənt/ adj 1: occurring, arising, or operating at the same time often in relationship, conjunction, association, or cooperation the power of taxation in the general and state governments is acknowledged to be concurrent… …

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