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For this, Kochi city Police inducted 20 high speed inceptor boats.
There are 4 categories of members: Fellow, Member, Inceptor and Affiliate.
In 1517 he obtained the degree of Master of Arts, was elected Fellow of Peterhouse and became "inceptor in arte."
The force maintains nearly 100 such vehicles under brand- Kochi Control Room Vehicle (KCRV) fitted with advanced inceptor gadgets and wireless communications systems.
"Committer of every infamy and inceptor of nameless crimes," began Ming-shu, moistening his brush, "in the past, by the variety of discreditable subterfuges, you have parried the stroke of a just retribution.
Because of this, he acquired the byname Venerabilis Inceptor, or "Worthy Beginner" (an inceptor was a student formally admitted to the ranks of teachers by the university authorities).
Kochi is one of the few police force in the country to have a dedicated marine force with high speed inceptor power boats for regular patrols in backwaters and lakes along with countering any attack from sea.
Irenaeus' general approach in Adversus Haereses was to identify Simon Magus from Flavia Neapolis in Samaria (modern-day Palestine) as the inceptor of Gnosticism, 'its source and root' (Adversus Haereses, I.22.2).
He said that earlier this year the company earlier began using technology from Inceptor, an online marketing company, that has reduced the number of hours his staff must spend testing the search engines to see where 1-800-Flowers shows up, and tweaking the site's design to affect those listings.
Reception , for example, required an agent noun other than receptionist (which was limited to an office worker) and receiver (largely limited to a leaping football player); as a result, receptor was born, on the Latin analogy of deceptor , "deceiver," inceptor , "beginner" and praeceptor , "teacher."
In some manuscripts, he is described as a commensor or inceptor decretorum - that is, he may have completed the studies and examinations that would have entitled him to become a Master of canon law, but did not undertake the regency that would have given him the latter title.
But his own orthodoxy was called in question not long afterwards; and in May next year, when he was admitted inceptor in divinity, though one of the regents wrote asking Richard Nix, bishop of Norwich, to give him a licence to preach in his diocese, the bishop was not so easily satisfied.