ordination

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
atanma ve kutsanma
{i} buyurma
{i} sınıflandırma
papaz atama ve kutsama töreni
atanma/sınıflandırma
{i} papazlığa atanma töreni
co ordination
düzenleme
hand-eye co-ordination
el-göz koordinasyonu
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The act of ordaining or the state of being ordained
The ceremony in which a priest is consecrated
a consecration to the ministry
{n} the act of ordaining, order, set rule
Ordination is a termed that is normally applied to a particular class of multivariate techniques when they are applied to ecological data Generally they are geometrical methods that attempt to present multivariate data in fewer dimensions
the sacrament of institution of a person to the order of Deacon, Priest or Bishop
the act of ordaining; the act of conferring (or receiving) holy orders; "the rabbi's family was present for his ordination"
Disposition; arrangement; order
A church ceremony that acknowledges that God has called a person into professional ministry and formally invests that person with the duties and responsibilities of clergy In most cases, there is a lengthy period of systematic examination and approval before the ordination is performed Ordination is generally for life An ordained person, like a lay person, can be consecrated to carry out a specific task or office See also sanctification and consecration
a church ceremony in which a minister or deacon is appointed and anointed for ministry
the act of ordaining; the act of conferring (or receiving) holy orders; "the rabbi's family was present for his ordination" the status of being ordained to a sacred office
(Gr cheirotonia) The sacrament of the Holy Orders, imparted through the laying on of hands upon the candidate for the priesthood
the conveying of spiritual authority by a bishop The laying on of hands by a bishop to make a deacon, ordain a priest, and consecrate a bishop (at least three bishops are required to ordain a priest as a bishop)
The act of setting apart to an office in the Christian ministry; the conferring of holy orders
logical or comprehensible arrangement of separate elements; "we shall consider these questions in the inverse order of their presentation"
a speical service for inducting a person into holy orders; the ritual that makes a person a priest or minister
a special service for inducting a person into holy orders; the ritual that makes a person a deacon, priest or bishop
A recognition that a minister has been set apart for the gospel ministry This is the final step in the licensing process
When someone's ordination takes place, they are made a member of the clergy. supporters of the ordination of women. the act or ceremony in which someone is made a priest ordain (ordinatio, from ordinare; ORDAIN)
Mathematical system for categorizing communities on a graph so that those that are most similar in species composition appear closest together
The sacramental rite by which the sacrament of holy orders is conferred on a deacon, priest or bishop
From Latin, ordo, meaning "order " Ordination is one of the five sacramental acts (or minor sacraments) of the Episcopal Church At an ordination, an individual is commissioned and empowered for the work of ministry Ordination is the ritual used to make someone a priest or deacon, by the laying on of hands by a bishop Bishops, in turn, are not ordained; they are consecrated See Holy Orders
the rite of admission into the ministry of the church; only admission to the major orders of the ministry was considered to be a sacrament
the three levels of 'vows' are [1] the Sravakayana with lay, noviciate monastic and full monastic ordination [2] For the Sutra path of Mahayana is the bodhisattva ordination having as a basis the enlightenment thought [3] For the Vajrayana path are the various sets of 14 root and 8 branch vows
The act of ordaining, appointing, or setting apart; the state of being ordained, appointed, etc
A sacrament in which bishops, priests and deacons are made, receiving authority and grace of the Holy Spirit
Rite by which one is ordained to the diaconate, priesthood, or episcopate
{i} act or state of being ordained
The consecration of sacred ministers for divine worship and the service of people in things pertaining to God The power of ordination comes from Christ and the Church, and must be conferred by a minister capable of communicating it
the status of being ordained to a sacred office
ordainment
co-ordination
{n} a state of holding the same rank
Rabbinical ordination
certification that an individual is qualified to serve as a rabbi
co-ordination
Co-ordination means organizing the activities of two or more groups so that they work together efficiently and know what the others are doing. the lack of co-ordination between the civilian and military authorities. If you do something in co-ordination with someone else, you both organize your activities so that you work together efficiently. operating either in coordination with federal troops or alone
co-ordination
Co-ordination is the ability to use the different parts of your body together efficiently. To improve hand-eye co-ordination, practise throwing and catching balls
hand-eye co-ordination
the way in which your hands and eyes work together, especially in sport, so that you can throw, hit, and catch a ball
ordinations
plural of ordination
refuse ordination
refuse to grant authorization, refuse to ordain
ordination

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