basic doctrine

basic doctrine
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  • doctrine — doctrine, dogma, tenet are synonymous only when they mean a principle (usually one of a series or of a body of principles) accepted as authoritative (as by members of a church, a school of philosophers, or a branch of science). Doctrine is often… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • doctrine — [n] opinion; principle article, article of faith, attitude, axiom, basic, belief, canon, concept, convention, conviction, credenda, creed, declaration, dogma, fundamental, gospel, implantation, inculcation, indoctrination, instruction, position,… …   New thesaurus

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  • Basic Theology — the book makes a conscious effort to use simple language and examples, many illustrations, and few footnotes [Ryrie 1999, p.10.] Basic Theology is written from a theologically conservative perspective. It assumes and gives evidence for a number… …   Wikipedia

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  • Doctrine of equivalents — This article discusses the patent doctrine. For the trademark doctrine regarding translation of foreign words, see Doctrine of foreign equivalents. The doctrine of equivalents is a legal rule in most of the world s patent systems that allows a… …   Wikipedia

  • Basic Strategic Arts Program — The Basic Strategic Arts Program is an academic program taught at the U.S. Army War College. In the late 1990 s when the Army decided to create the Functional Area 59 Branch it selected USAWC as the institution. FA 59 Officers were used in combat …   Wikipedia

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