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The Itineracy in Crisis.
After his ordination he moved to Tirunelvely and later led Thomas Ragland's North Tirunelveli Itineracy evangelism program.
Sacred cities, to which a periodical religious pilgrimage was enjoined, or stringent laws and customs, tending to invigorate the national bond, were the check on the old rovers; and the cumulative values of long residence are the restraints on the itineracy of the present day.
Another Hackney College, properly Hackney Itineracy, was that set up in 1802 by George Collison, and it is this one that became part of New College London, and in the end part of the University of London.
It was also known as Hackney Academy or Hackney Theological Seminary, or Hackney Itineracy, but became best known as the Hackney College after 1871, a name which stuck even after its 1887 move to Finchley Road, Hampstead.
In his closing paragraph, he removed me from my itinerancy.
Repeating his visit, he gained other recruits for the itinerancy.
Such is the itinerancy of the modern player.
But itinerancy is one of the tenets of their order, Sister Nora said.
What can be said of itinerancy in all its variations is that discovery is always a possibility, but never a certainty.
Itinerancy is in his blood.
Still, for those who consider his jazz too experimental, Byron's itinerancy provides a reason to dismiss him as an oddity.
I believe it's five years to the State for itinerancy, for a Ridani.
When I was assigned the itinerancy in Virginia, I took the people as my own.
In 1795, Cooke entered the Methodist itinerancy.
After a lifetime of itinerancy, living in 9 states and some 14 homes, the novelist Richard Ford knows the language of real estate by heart.
Like other Auster antiheroes, Sachs chooses itinerancy as his plan of action.
In all three marriages, the itinerancy of the show-business life was a gigantic contributing factor to the breakups."
He hoped to insinuate that the current worldwide economic decline had been responsible for his itinerancy, which had ultimately brought him to Hayden.
When the interatomic forces are greater than or equal to the atomic force, valence electron itinerancy is indicated.
His focal idea is that of the "interval", the in-between of existence, as a space of itinerancy.
She writes of harsh realities, of our life-long itinerancy between the twin catastrophes of birth and death.
"Having been incarcerated here on charges of itinerancy and public drunkenness, saressa, I appreciate but do not require your politeness.
It begins by affirming that only the man in the condition of itinerancy has moral competence, needing to make choices at every step of the way.
His itinerancy within this conference included the Adelphos, Muskingum, Washington, and other circuits.
Possibly during his itinerancy, Colles sought work in upstate New York as an engineer on barricades and forts.
As well as being constantly on the move between the churches in their charge, Methodist ministers were regularly moved between charges, a principal known as itinerancy.
In 1799, the Bishop of Lincoln claimed that the "ranter" element of Methodism was so dangerous that the government must ban itinerancy.
Sketch of William Beauchamp in Beauchamp's Letters on Itinerancy, published after his death.
In 2009, it was shown that undoped iron pnictides had a magnetic quantum critical point deriving from competition between electronic localization and itinerancy.