invocation

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A call or summons; especially, a judicial call, demand, or order; as, the invocation of papers or evidence into court
The act or form of calling for the assistance or presence of some superior being; earnest and solemn entreaty; esp., prayer offered to a divine being
Appeal to a high power, normally through prayer
A prayer asking higher powers to make themselves known
An invocation is a request for help or forgiveness made to a god. an invocation for divine guidance
A request issued on an already active software component
a prayer asking God's help as part of a religious service
The forumla used at the beginning of many psalms that appeals to God and asks him to listen See Chapter 14
an incantation used in conjuring or summoning a devil
An opening prayer which asks God to be present with us as we worship
To call Spirit into a circle, ritual, rite or magickal working
The prayer preceding each daily session of a legislative body
In IT Service Continuity Management terms, the initiation of the disaster recovery process
The act or form of calling for the assistance or presence of some superior being; earnest and solemn entreaty; esp
The bringing of a divine power from the exterior into a ritual or magickal working through chant or prayer An invocation is generally an acknowledgement of the deity and a request that they be present for the working
An invocation is a prayer at a public meeting, usually at the beginning
The act or an instance of invoking, especially an appeal to a higher power for assistance The act of summoning spiritual beings
An arcane craft that involves calling upon a vastly powerful supernatural entity, often an elemental or demon of near-godlike stature, to channel a spell or power through themselves Similar in nature to clerical magic, but more powerful and far more random in practical use
Putting business recovery plans into operation after a business disruption
the act of appealing for help an incantation used in conjuring or summoning a devil a prayer asking God's help as part of a religious service
the act of appealing for help
calling up a spirit or devil
a call to a procedure
An invocation listed in the concrete definition of a sender is issued
When you use a method, you provide arguments of the appropriate types, and then invoke the method The method executes, does whatever it is supposed to do, and then returns a value of the promised type For example, System out println (``Hello ''); invokes the println method, giving it the String literal ``Hello '' as an argument As another example, c = Math cos (pi/2 0); evaluates the expression pi/2 0 and sends it as an argument to the cos method It then assigns the return value to the variable c NOTE: when you invoke a method, you do not have to specify the types of the arguments or the return value
defensive magic and combative arts granted by a higher power to assist the Paladin (The Brotherhood) Level 1- Cost: 1,000XP +1 to skill rolls Level 2- Cost: 1,500XP +1 to skill rolls Level 3- Cost: 3,000XP +1 to skill rolls Level 4- Cost: 4,500XP +1 to skill rolls Level 5- Cost: 6,000XP +1 to skill rolls
The activation of a program or procedure
{i} cry, supplication, request for help or protection (made to a deity); prayer; request, earnest appeal, entreaty; summoning of a spirit; incantation
To call a method, i e , execute its body, passing arguments to be associated with the method's parameters
The process of initiating the execution of the operations specified in a program organization unit
The process of performing a method call on a CORBA object, which can be done without knowledge of the object's location on the network Static invocation, which uses a client stub for the invocation and a server skeleton for the service being invoked, is used when the interface of the object is known at compile time If the interface is not known at compile time, dynamic invocation must be used
prayer offered to a divine being
The ritual "calling-in" of an entity (or energies) higher than human, either for communication with the caller through a medium or by visible manifestation or else to enter into a human body as in the Drawing Down the Moon In some traditions, a Prayer
remote method invocation
remote procedure call
ınvocation
{n} the act of calling upon by prayer
invocations
plural of invocation
invocatory
{s} of or having the character of an invocation; including or making invocation; invoking
invocatory
Making or containing invocation; invoking
invocation