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Keywords and Sections
AES DEVELOPMENT EFFORT
APPROPRIATE INITIATION
HALOGEN RADICALS FORM
MYESIS
INITIATES
SHAKTIPAT DIKSHA
INITIATION SITE
PROMPT INITIATION
CHAIN INITIATION
RAPID INITIATION
HAZING
KRIYA INITIATION
INITIATION FACTORS
INITIATION RITE
TANTRIC INITIATION
VAJRAYANA INITIATION
CHRISTIAN INITIATION
INITIATION FEES
INITIATION FEE
SPIRITUAL INITIATION
INITIATION PHASE
INITIATION CEREMONIES
INITIATION CODON
CONTINUATION
BLESSING
PERSISTENCE
FOLLOWERS
HEPARIN
INITIATION RITES
PASSWORDS
PATIENT
PRACTICES
FOUNDERS
PLATE TECTONICS
AGGRESSION
CLOTTING
SORORITIES
TACHYCARDIA
ABUSE
HOLY SPIRIT
ESSENTIAL
METHIONINE
PRACTITIONER
CHEMOTHERAPY
RECEIVING
TRANSLATION
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Definitions

  1. Initiation is a ritual that a fraternity or sorority holds in order to induct their "pledges" (also called associates or new members) into the organization.
  2. Initiation is the introduction of a disciple into the sacred universe of the tutelary deity of one of these classes of tantra. (Web site)
  3. Initiation is an important time for the new initiates.
  4. Initiation is the ceremony which links all Sigma Chis together.
  5. Initiation is the secret ceremony by which a man becomes part of Sigma Chi.

Aes Development Effort

  1. On January 2, 1997, NIST announced the initiation of the AES development effort and made a formal call for algorithms on September 12, 1997.

Appropriate Initiation

  1. To engage in it one must receive an appropriate initiation (also known as an "empowerment") from a lama who is fully qualified to give it. (Web site)

Halogen Radicals Form

  1. Initiation the halogen radicals form by homolysis. (Web site)

Myesis

  1. The priests purified the candidates for initiation (myesis).

Initiates

  1. This ancient culture continues to this day as initiates from all around the world return to Nigeria for initiation into the traditional priesthood. (Web site)
  2. In Theosophy the initiates believes adept means the person has passed through the fifth stage of initiation.
  3. The clinical research nurse physically examined all initiates in each initiation school at the 2 nd, 4 th, 7 th and 14 th day after circumcision.

Shaktipat Diksha

  1. In 1974 he was initiated by his guru to awaken people spiritually via shaktipat diksha (initiation). (Web site)

Initiation Site

  1. The word Bora was originally from South-East Australia, but is now often used throughout Australia to describe an initiation site or ceremony.

Prompt Initiation

  1. Treatment consists of urinary drainage, prompt initiation of antibiotic therapy, and strict glucose control.

Chain Initiation

  1. Chain initiation The chain is initiated (started) by UV light breaking a chlorine molecule into free radicals. (Web site)
  2. Cellulose synthesis requires chain initiation and elongation, and the two processes are separate. (Web site)

Rapid Initiation

  1. Thus, regardless of the treatment modality used, early diagnosis and rapid initiation of therapy are essential in order to salvage the ischemic extremity. (Web site)
  2. In the vessel wall, TF is constitutively expressed in subendothelial cells, leading to rapid initiation of coagulation when the vessel is damaged. (Web site)

Hazing

  1. She warned the eventual Diva Search winner that she would be hazing them as part of an "initiation party" next week on RAW. (Web site)

Kriya Initiation

  1. Dick had recently become a disciple, and had taken Kriya initiation from me. (Web site)

Initiation Factors

  1. In both prokaryotes and eukaryotes there are proteins called initiation factors that are required for the correct assembly of an initiation complex. (Web site)
  2. The 30S ribosomal subunit attaches to the mRNA, mediated by IF-1 and IF-3 (initiation factors). (Web site)
  3. Formation of this complex also requires a number of helper proteins called initiation factors. (Web site)

Initiation Rite

  1. Circumcision is part of the initiation rite in a number of African and Australian Aboriginal tribal traditions.

Tantric Initiation

  1. This is important because the practice of tantra yoga can commence only after an aspirant has procured a tantric initiation from a qualified teacher.
  2. They are said daily not only by monks and nuns, but Tibetan Buddhist practitioners who have received tantric initiation (required for the Lama Chopa).

Vajrayana Initiation

  1. We can begin to learn something about the nature of Vajrayana initiation if we consider why the term abhisheka was chosen for this ritual. (Web site)

Christian Initiation

  1. Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA): The norms and rituals of the Catholic Church for people who wish to join the Church. (Web site)

Initiation Fees

  1. There are no monthly dues or initiation fees, and all aircraft are hangared and well maintained.

Initiation Fee

  1. Some chapters also include a one-time association and initiation fee. (Web site)
  2. The Chapter shall pay an initiation fee of an amount set by the Grand Council for the Honorary Brother.
  3. They initiated ten men from the class of l9l4 at which time the initiation fee was raised to ten dollars.

Spiritual Initiation

  1. Siddha Yoga practice begins with spiritual initiation, shaktipat diksha.
  2. The key to this divine vision of ourselves and the world is shaktipat, or spiritual initiation. (Web site)

Initiation Phase

  1. The process of blood coagulation is divided into an initiation phase followed by a propagation phase. (Web site)
  2. Glycogenin is a self-glucosylating protein involved in the initiation phase of glycogen biosynthesis.
  3. The clotting time measures the length of the initiation phase of thrombin generation and therefore reflects only part of the function (33, see also above). (Web site)

Initiation Ceremonies

  1. In the initiation ceremonies of eastern Arnhem Land it is said that Julunggul swallows the young boys.
  2. Nearby chapters use Holt House for pledging and initiation ceremonies and alumnae clubs and community organizations use it for meetings.

Initiation Codon

  1. The first three bases of the coding sequence (CDS) of mRNA to be translated into protein are called a start codon or initiation codon. (Web site)

Continuation

  1. Lactobacillus species are not important in the initiation of caries but in the continuation. (Web site)
  2. C). Only the initiation, not the continuation, of viral DNA replication was essential for core protein synthesis.

Blessing

  1. For those who are not Buddhists, or who do not wish to take the empowerment at this time, the initiation can be taken as a blessing.

Persistence

  1. According to Geen,[1] motivation refers to the initiation, direction, intensity and persistence of human behavior.

Followers

  1. He went to the Guru, received religious instruction and initiation, and became one of his most devoted followers.
  2. The followers of Gorakhnath are usually called Kanphatas, because their ears are pierced and rings are inserted in them, at the time of their initiation. (Web site)

Heparin

  1. The cornerstones of its treatment are both discontinuation of all heparin (including catheter flushes) and initiation of alternative anticoagulation. (Web site)

Initiation Rites

  1. Known by some as the python dance, the Domba dance is an essential ritual in the initiation rites for young Venda females.
  2. Discuss Buddhist background history, initiation rites, generation and completion stage practices of Kalachakra.
  3. In this tract, Springmeier states, "Billy Graham took part in the initiation rites of Jim Shaw as a 33rd degree Mason.

Passwords

  1. Other "fraternity secrets" may include passwords, songs, handshakes (often known as grips), journals and initiation rites. (Web site)

Patient

  1. This patient was initially hospitalized for a thromboembolic stroke that became hemorrhagic after the initiation of treatment with heparin and clopidogrel.

Practices

  1. Followers are introduced to these practices through initiation which is also called empowerment.
  2. Traditionally, it is the major initiation that provides the disciple with access to the whole range of Vajrayana deities and practices. (Web site)
  3. When we receive this initiation and follow the practices the Guru teaches, Siddha Yoga unfolds spontaneously within us. (Web site)

Founders

  1. Simplicity was the keynote of the founders and exhibited itself in the absence of initiation fees, dues, constitution and even formalized ideas.

Plate Tectonics

  1. Rift valleys form by tensional forces, typically those associated with the initiation of plate separation (see plate tectonics). (Web site)

Aggression

  1. The initiation of force is usually referred to as aggression or coercion.

Clotting

  1. In order to identify reactions responsible for the regulation of clotting by flow, we introduced a parameter characterizing the time of initiation phase.
  2. Initiation of clot formation in response to tissue injury is carried out by the extrinsic pathway of clotting. (Web site)

Sororities

  1. On February 13, 1913, the College Board of Trustees voted to prohibit initiation of additional members into fratenities and sororities.

Tachycardia

  1. Initiation of the tachycardia depends on a critical heart rate that differs in each patient. (Web site)

Abuse

  1. Hazing is the ritualistic harassment, abuse, or persecution of prospective members of a group as a means of initiation.

Holy Spirit

  1. Baptism is full initiation by water and the Holy Spirit into Christ's body the church (BCP, p.
  2. In Mexico the initiation of Catholic Pentecostalism is attributed to the American Missionaries of the Holy Spirit. (Web site)

Essential

  1. From the time one has resolved to accept such an initiation, the utmost sustained effort in guru devotion is essential. (Web site)
  2. Platelets appear essential for the initiation of coagulation if no activating surface is present. (Web site)
  3. From the time one has resolved to accept a Vajrayana initiation, the utmost sustained effort in guru devotion is essential. (Web site)

Methionine

  1. The start signal, or initiation codon, for translating the mRNA is usually specified by an AUG, which codes for the amino acid methionine. (Web site)
  2. The first tRNA that takes part in the initiation always carries the same amino acid, methionine. (Web site)
  3. ATG or AUG: The codon for methionine; the translation initiation codon. (Web site)

Practitioner

  1. In order to access this knowledge, the practitioner requires initiation from a skilled spiritual teacher or guru.
  2. Access to tantric practice is restricted to those who have received initiation, a ritual which empowers the practitioner to evoke a particular deity.
  3. In Chapter 28 we said that, in the Vajrayana initiation, the practitioner is given the keys with which to enter and experience the sacred universe. (Web site)

Chemotherapy

  1. Patients will be enrolled at initiation of chemotherapy and no later than 48h from the first day of neutropenia. (Web site)
  2. Oral mucositis may appear from 4 to 7 days after the initiation of chemotherapy. (Web site)

Receiving

  1. Details of these practices are normally only explained to practitioners by their teachers after receiving an initiation or 'permission to practice'. (Web site)
  2. Chan practice does not require receiving an empowerment (initiation) beforehand, whereas dzogchen practice does.
  3. For this reason also, Vajrayana should only ever be practiced after receiving an appropriate initiation (also known as an empowerment) from a qualified lama.

Translation

  1. It is the job of the smaller ribosomal subunit to locate the AUG codon that will be used as the starting point for translation (called the initiation codon). (Web site)
  2. The initiation of protein translation involves the assembly of the ribosome and addition of the first amino acid, methionine.
  3. The initiation of translation requires recognition of an AUG codon.

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