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The reader might pause momentarily and juxtapose formational framework to cultural transformation metamorphosis racial identity models misnomered nigrescence.
Neither the Macedonian phalanx nor the Roman maniple could function effectively if independent decisions were made within these units because formational integrity was essential to their performance.
The Christian therapist begins to selectively notice more and more evidence of spiritual immaturity amongst Christians in the world around them at the expense of available evidence of positive spiritual growth, which reinforces their sense that the Christian faith lacks the formational resources it purports to have.
The musical influences Reid describes as formational in the development of the Stanley Brothers' "soulful" and "authentic" mountain sound can all be connected to commercial efforts or technological innovations such as radio (pp.
WeShare's interface is compatible with all mobile devices and tablets, integrates with most church management systems, and provides the ability to set up parish events and formational offerings taking payments and registrations online.
The purpose of this paper is to investigate a possible Gulf Formational Period rectangular wall-trench structure discovered during an archaeological excavation of the Thrash site (1PK71) along the Pea River in Southeast Alabama.
Bush et al., Performance Standards for Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing: Twentieth In formational Supplement, M100-S20, Clinical Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI), Wayne, PA, USA, 2010.
Two keys to this formational process are then proposed: the importance of liturgical formation and an active love of the Church's educational tradition.
In a study Shah (2009) described the geology of the Murree Formation as," the formation was composed of a monotonous sequence of dark red, purple clay, purple grey and greenish grey sandstone with subordinate intra formational conglomerate".

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