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oblate

1
having an equatorial diameter of greater length than the polar diameter

oblate

2
a person dedicated to a monastic or religious life
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Gacis will be flown Saturday to Tamontaka in Datu Odin, Maguindanao to be buried in the Oblate Cemetery.
In addition, both Oblate and Anglican clergy relied on music and objects to help anchor their rituals, which helped enhance the appeal of a text-driven religion to non-literate people.
Foran challenges the orthodox notion that Oblate commentators simply discovered and described a singular, empirically existing, and readily identifiable Metis population.
Favorite is red, ranging from rounded to oblate, with very good taste perfectly suitable for fresh eating.
Prolongement d'un projet d'abord lance en 1983 par la Conference oblate canadienne, mais abandonne en 2001 pour des raisons financieres apres la publication de quelques monographies, cette publication repond a un certain nombre d'inquietudes liees a la decroissance des effectifs Oblats canadiens et l'age avance des membres.
29] proposed a three-dimensional fundamental solution in terms of the oblate spheroidal coordinates transforming the solid harmonic functions in Lamb's solution.
Of the roles available to people who do not want to live in the monastic community as the sisters do, she felt most called to be an oblate.
Father Baratto is one of a kind, you only have to say his name and immediately think of a courageous missionary who is one of the veteran Oblate Priests devoted to their ministry for the glory of God and their faithful congregations.
The Oblate congregation was founded in the 17th century by a wealthy scion of the French aristocracy, the now St.
If the sun were very slightly oblate, its gravitational field would produce an additional drift of Mercury's perihelion.
The shape of pollen grains of ten jujube cultivars were mostly oblate spheroidal and were rarely subprolate.
Oblate from Ireland, St Mirren from Scotland, Wales U18 national squad and then Preston, Sheffield and Sefton from England all took part.