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  • 1Doctrine (PHP) — See also DataEase, whose query language is also called DQL. Doctrine Stable release 2.1.2 / August 29, 2011; 54 days ago (2011 08 29) Development status …

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  • 2Development of doctrine — is a term used by John Henry Newman and other theologians influenced by him to describe the way Catholic teaching has become more detailed and explicit over the centuries, while later statements of doctrine remain consistent with earlier… …

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  • 3Doctrine of the Atonement —     Doctrine of the Atonement     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Doctrine of the Atonement     The word atonement, which is almost the only theological term of English origin, has a curious history. The verb atone , from the adverbial phrase at one (M …

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  • 4Development — may refer to: Contents 1 Land use 2 Science and technology 3 Social science …

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  • 5Development aid — Development aid, German stamp (1981). Development aid or development cooperation (also development assistance, technical assistance, international aid, overseas aid, Official Development Assistance (ODA) or foreign aid) is aid given by… …

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  • 6Development — De*vel op*ment, n. [Cf. F. d[ e]veloppement.] [Written also {developement}.] 1. The act of developing or disclosing that which is unknown; a gradual unfolding process by which anything is developed, as a plan or method, or an image upon a… …

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  • 7Development theory — Development De*vel op*ment, n. [Cf. F. d[ e]veloppement.] [Written also {developement}.] 1. The act of developing or disclosing that which is unknown; a gradual unfolding process by which anything is developed, as a plan or method, or an image… …

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  • 8doctrine and dogma — ▪ religion Introduction       the explication and officially acceptable version of a religious teaching. The development of doctrines and dogmas has significantly affected the traditions, institutions, and practices of the religions of the world …

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  • 9Development of Jehovah's Witnesses doctrine — Part of a series on Jehovah s Witnesses Overview …

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  • 10Development of the New Testament canon — For the Jewish canon, see Development of the Jewish Bible canon. For the Old Testament canon, see Development of the Old Testament canon. Part of a series on …

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  • 11Development of the Old Testament canon — For the Jewish canon, see Development of the Jewish Bible canon. For the New Testament canon, see Development of the New Testament canon. Part of a series on …

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  • 12Development of Japanese tanks in World War II — The Imperial Japanese Army (IJA) initially purchased foreign tanks for evaluation during World War I, and began developing its own indigenous designs during the late 1920s.Initial tank procurementNear the end of World War I, the IJA showed an… …

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  • 13Doctrine of the Holy Crown — The doctrine of the Holy Crown (in Hungarian: Szentkorona tan ) is a complex tradition that underlies Hungary s historical, unwritten constitution. It was on this basis that the idea of the state of Hungary was based, that determined Hungary s… …

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  • 14Doctrine of necessity — The term Doctrine of Necessity is a term used to describe the basis on which extra legal actions by state actors, which are designed to restore order, are found to be constitutional. The maxim on which the doctrine is based originated in the… …

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  • 15Doctrine of the two kingdoms — Lutheranism Luther s Seal Book of Concord …

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  • 16Development of the Jewish Bible canon — This article is about the selection of the books which make up the Tanakh. For the fixing of the text itself, see Masoretic Text. Part of a series on …

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  • 17Development of new religions — The process and mechanisms that lead to the emergence of religions proceed by innovations modifying existing traditions. Such innovations ultimately lead to schisms, reformations or divisions that separate a new tradition from its predecessor.… …

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  • 18Development of Darwin's theory — Following the inception of Charles Darwin s theory of natural selection in 1838, the development of Darwin s theory to explain the mystery of mysteries of how new species originated was his prime hobby in the background to his main occupation of… …

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  • 19Doctrine of reception — In common law, the doctrine of reception (properly, reception of the common law of England in a colony) refers to the process in which the English law becomes applicable to a British Crown Colony, protectorate, or protected state. In Commentaries …

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  • 20DEVELOPMENT —    the biological doctrine which ascribes an innate expansive power to the organised universe, and affirms the deviation of the most complex forms through intermediate links from the simplest, without the intervention of special acts of creation …

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