Eccl


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Eccl.

or Eccles.,

Ecclesiastes.

eccl.

or eccles.,

1. ecclesiastic.
2. ecclesiastical.
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Maintenance of eccl software for centers dependent on the ministry of health of the cm
Valiant battle in the arena of ideas is no substitute for "the spiritual power of the Redeemer," for, apart from God, "all is vanity and a chasing after the wind" (Eccl. 1:14).
Under the watch of former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf no attempt was made to set up the ECCL. Now that she is no longer in power, Johnson Sirleaf said recently: "There is no way that we can overlook peoples' quest for justice.
Graham Moffat, ECCL's legal adviser, said: "[the new group] started off because ELF asked for fund-raisers, and the four in the fund-raising group really stepped up to the mark.
All the AKI non-survivors had ECCL below 50% and all had autonomic instability.
The fact that materialism brings life dissatisfaction is explained partially by the "effective expectations" (Sirgy 1998) or "the foolishness of thinking" (Eccl. 5:0) regarding money, fact that enlarges the gap between what we have and what we want.
The mean eCCL values of all subjects calculated with the formula of Schwartz (119 [+ or -] 19 (92-236) mL/min/1.73 [m.sup.2]) was normal but mildly reduced after calculation with the Cockcroft-Gault formula (89 [+ or -] 21 (70-174) mL/min/1.73 [m.sup.2]).
A nivel regional, se encuentra el trabajo de Perez (2013) sobre el impacto del proceso de evaluacion y certificacion de competencias laborales (ECCL) en la competitividad de las empresas hoteleras de Paipa y su propuesta de mejoramiento.
(40) Socrates Scholasticus also writes (Eccl. Hist.
Eccl. Reg., expetens declarationem nullitatis sui matrimonii <<a norma del can.
Thus, Ginsberg interpreted [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] in Eccl. 8:1 as meaning "an angry face," based on etymological comparisons with Akkadian; Avishur has noted Akkadian parallels to [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] meaning anger in Ps.
The Bible says: "There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven." (Eccl. 3:1) The time is now; the season is now; the activity is righteous.