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religious

1. Christianity of or relating to a way of life dedicated to religion by the vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience, and defined by a monastic rule
2. Christianity a member of an order or congregation living by such a rule; a monk, friar, or nun
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For a 10-year increase in age, there were increases in the odds of selecting politeness, hard work and respecting others, thrift/saving, unselfishness, and religiousness in both samples.
As stated above, independent variables were divided into 4 groups related to sociodemographic variables and closeness to events, such as age (how old the individual was at the moment of answering the questionnaire), religiousness (whether or not the individual considered him/herself as religious), political ideas (a 7-level variable, from extreme left to extreme right), and exposure to violence ("Do you consider yourself a victim of violence by the State or its agents in the period 1973 to 1989?
Religiousness and focusing on spiritual values had effects not only on mental but also physical health, as evidenced by a positive influence of broadly understood religiousness on conditions such as hypertension, cancer, and longevity [7-10].
The students' religiousness was expressed through their behavior, conduct, manners, and even routine actions.
Finally, religiousness has been found to correlate positively with self-esteem (Ibrahimi, 2009) and social intelligence (Al-Qodra, 2007).
The Muslim Experiential Religiousness Scale, validated in Iran as well as Pakistan, is another way of measuring the importance of religious practices.
In the new socialist society, religiousness is recognised as a weakness, and every form of such behaviour is characterised to be a sign of "retrograde" thinking.
In Experiment 1 (N = 368), extrinsic religiousness was more strongly associated with national-security concerns in the Ebola prime, relative to a control group.
Although I think Trump even questioned Cruz's religiousness.
In substance abuse treatment, general self-efficacy and religiousness are factors that may support positive outcomes.
Psychologists and rehabilitation specialists from the US and Spain address diversity and the wider context of multicultural neurorehabilitation, including racial disparities in care and working with people with disabilities in a multiculturalism framework; multicultural issues related to neuropsychological assessment, acute neurorehabilitation, a milieu-oriented neurorehabilitation setting, and the effects of acculturation; and disability identity and ethics, the use of certified medical interpreters, rehabilitation of military and veteran populations, racial and ethnic microaggressions, spirituality and religiousness, and new directions in the field.
Bakri Hassan Salih, has affirmed keenness of the Presidency to support the Ministry of Guidance and Endowments so as to carry out its role in enhancing the Hajj (pilgrimage) services and boosting the values of religiousness in the society.