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vocational

of or relating to applied educational courses concerned with skills needed for an occupation, trade, or profession
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Our gracious sovereign recognizes his high vocation and will be true to it.
Adam Colburn had followed many vocations, had travelled far, and seen much of the world and of life.
But how many writers have noticed those other incomprehensible persons, members of families innocent for generations past of practicing Art or caring for Art, who have notwithstanding displayed from their earliest years the irresistible desire to cultivate poetry, painting, or music; who have surmounted obstacles, and endured disappointments, in the single-hearted resolution to devote their lives to an intellectual pursuit--being absolutely without the capacity which proves the vocation, and justifies the sacrifice.
One may easily be led into error in basing any conclusion on the general vocation of a people," said Metrov, interrupting Levin.
But what is to be done if the direct and sole vocation of every intelligent man is babble, that is, the intentional pouring of water through a sieve?
To get the best and truest effect from the infinitely varying moods of sky and sea, not pictorially, but in the spirit of their calling, was their vocation, one and all; and they recognised this with as much sincerity, and drew as much inspiration from this reality, as any man who ever put brush to canvas.
A blacksmith's forge, which had been set up in the shelter of a grove near the beach, attracted so great a crowd, that it required the utmost efforts of the sentries posted around to keep the inquisitive multitude at a sufficient distance to allow the workmen to ply their vocation.
Let parents choose betimes, the vocations and courses they mean their children should take; for then they are most flexible; and let them not too much apply themselves to the disposition of their children, as thinking they will take best to that, which they have most mind to.
It should not be surprising then that the concepts of "vocation" and the concept of vocation as it is embedded in the liberal arts has subsided in the public consciousness along with the rise of modern institutions.
The idea of vocation brings us to the heart of our relationship with God; it is based on an assumption that everything we do finds its meaning with the context of that relationship.
525 million from Zakat funds were distributed among 54 deserving students of Vocation Training Institutions.
He also asked priests to include in today's homilies their reflections on their own vocations to the priesthood, saying 'it may be an opportune occasion for our communities to hear from our pastors vocation stories and personal testimonies that could inspire (the youth) to respond to God's call.