For meeting the pastoral needs arising from the fewness
of priestly vocations, married men could be allowed to receive not only diaconate, as it is the practice now, but also priesthood after due spiritual, theological, and pastoral formation.
This is referred to as the issue of "fewness
" (Miller, 2004) and has been found to exist early in elementary school and continue through all levels of schooling including the faculties of institutions of higher education.
Although few, their warmth more than compensated for their fewness
POLYPOLY a market condition characterized by the fewness
of sellers where this has a direct effect on prices.
Furthermore, that this rebalancing occurs to a degree that is disproportionate to the remoteness of the places where contemplative life continues and to the fewness
of those who carry on the ascetic practice is remarkable and a source of hope.
The bias may also be in favor of male students on account of fewness
in number (13,9%).
For, although this custom at first blush seems to have been introduced in consideration of mean time during which the one who received the money in Milan and was going to restore it at the Lyons market made use of the money received; nonetheless, it occurs to more penetrating investigators that this custom could have been introduced because of the discovery or nondiscovery of money changers holding on to contracts of potential sale or because of the plurality or fewness
(1) As we discuss below, fewness
arises because scale economies and sunk