ordination

[ UK /ˌɔːdɪnˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
[ US /ˌɔɹdəˈneɪʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. the act of ordaining; the act of conferring (or receiving) holy orders
    the rabbi's family was present for his ordination
  2. the status of being ordained to a sacred office
  3. logical or comprehensible arrangement of separate elements
    we shall consider these questions in the inverse order of their presentation
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How To Use ordination In A Sentence

  • With other controversial issues such as slavery and women's ordination, laity and clergy could find Bible verses to help Spirit-led changes.
  • Sometimes it was more like numbness or paralysis, or even problems with co-ordination.
  • In my hasty departure from home I had missed my ordination. A Channel of Peace
  • The worthies on the committee also attempted to explain why those mistakes - in surveillance, in intelligence-gathering, analysis and co-ordination - were made.
  • There were lots of thrusts and gyrations in the class, which makes sense, since they're burlesquers, but I just don't have the coordination, sadly, to shimmy and walk backward at the same time.
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  • The re-ordination conferred there was based on the precedent of the strengthening procedure (Pali: dalhikamma) followed, for instance, when bhikkhus ordained according to the procedures of the Sri Lankan division of Theravada have been re-ordained according to those of the Burmese division of Theravada. A Summary Report of the 2007 International Congress on the Women's Role in the Sangha: Bhikshuni Vinaya and Ordination Lineages ��� Part Two: Day One
  • May 31, 2008 someone with great grid neurons amazing coordination in juggling (via the NY Times) 20: 43 in just cool | Permalink someone with great grid neurons
  • Do you really think coercion is needed to reach a solution to coordination problems? Another Herring, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • The dance needs close coordination between two dancers.
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