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Denomination

Corresponds to the face value of currency units, coins, and securities. An international transaction may be denominated in US dollars, for example, or in British pounds.

Denomination

The face value of money or a bond. The denomination for a bond is most often $1000, which the par paid at maturity. Denominations on money indicate how much cash one has. For example, if one has a bill with a $10 denomination, this indicates that one has $10.

denomination

The face value of a security. For bonds, it is usually $1,000 ($5,000 for municipals) or multiples thereof, and for stock it is the par value.
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Yet, for late-nineteenth and twentieth-century Protestants practising more elite and denominationally packaged versions of Christianity, the idea that material texts might move between heaven and earth was one that they seldom contemplated.
Then in the late 1830s, the Nova Scotia government became willing to support higher education denominationally. In fact, they produced too many little colleges.
By the 1980s, the denominationally sponsored summer camp became the norm, synagogues promoted camps with specific religious ideologies, and Jewish camps with "diverse" camper populations grew harder and harder to find.
Although the Hood Point area has generally remained a stronghold of the United Church, by 1945 the Seventh Day Adventists had also established a Church in Irupara denominationally dividing the village and creating problems which I have discussed elsewhere (Goddard and Van Heekeren 2003, Van Heekeren n.d.).
Spirituality is not limited to theists but includes atheists, agnostics, and denominationally unaffiliated individuals.
13), in contrast to religion, which they describe as "theistic beliefs, practices, and feelings that are often, but not always, expressed institutionally and denominationally as well as personally" (p.
Synagogues should be federated, "first denominationally, and next, jointly." Representative bodies of the three groups (namely, the three movements in Judaism at the time) would establish commissions on minority rights, Jewish-Christian relations, a Jewish State in Palestine, etc.
His ranting needed to be stopped, not because of its religious bigotry per se or because he was correct in his allegations about a cover-up in the Small case, (35) but because--with his personal grandstanding and his newspaper--he seemed to threaten the delicate balance of secular and religious identities which underpinned public authority in this denominationally and ethnically diverse province.
They provide religiously grounded, denominationally sensitive education for Catholic and Protestant children together in schools with roughly equal numbers of children from each tradition.
Things were a lot more denominationally exclusive back in 1962.
Denominationally, two were Methodist, two were Baptist, one was Episcopal, one was Defensores de la Fe, one was Church of God--Cleveland (Tennessee), and one was nondenominational.
Typically, a denominationally published, broadly circulated policy manual serves as an authoritative guide for regulating the entire structure.