neophyte


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neophyte

1. a person newly converted to a religious faith
2. RC Church a novice in a religious order
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In the Neophyte D category, Team DX nipped CKBL, 66-61, with Ralph Caballero leading the way with 16 points and six rebounds.
After a thorough consideration of the facts gathered during the public hearings of the Aegis Juris Fraternity of the University of Santo Tomas (UST) following the brutal hazing of neophyte Horacio 'Atio' Tomas Castillo III, which caused his death, the following amendments were proposed in order to strengthen Republic Act (RA) 8049 ('anti-hazing law'):
Geraldine Roman was among the possible senatorial bets of the ruling PDP-Laban listed by House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez but the neophyte lawmaker is yet to confirm her plans for the 2019 midterm elections.
Ventura sought protection of the DOJ on Tuesday to narrate the events that transpired leading to the death of Castillo, a neophyte of UST Faculty of Civil Law-based fraternity, Aegis Juris.
An archbishop liturgy was served at the temple by Melnik Bishop Gerasim and in the presence of Patriarch Neophyte.
103 of the Energy Act and the Rules for trading electricity to power 25 sites of SWU Neophyte Rilski, located in the city.
By so clearly delineating Mission San Jose's far-flung hinterland and the constantly shifting internal composition of its diverse neophyte community, Milliken makes some big contributions with this small book.
Some attend classes to expand their neophyte knowledge base some may participate in an extended pre-ceptorship if they request it.
I'll always remember how open am lupportive he was to the ideas of a mere neophyte.
Neophyte nurses chose to leave the nursing profession due to role overload, job dissatisfaction, stress, low self-efficacy, and physician-staff relationships.
With point guard Darren Collison out with a shoulder injury, the neophyte Westbrook played a career-high 32 minutes, and they did not go well.
Rather than the usual suspects (Edison, Einstein, Tesla), Shell features living achievers and invigorates their laboratory adventures with candid photos alongside advice to the neophyte researcher.