Initiation

[Tommy Emmanuel album] Initiation is an album by Australian musician Tommy Emmanuel, released in 1995. Some songs were released on The Journey Continues. ==Track listing== ==Personnel== ...
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Initiation

To be formally accepted into a Tradition or coven.
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Initiation

The formal ceremony performed when someone joins a Wiccan Coven or is initiated throughout the Three Degrees. Self-initiations are performed by solitary Witches, as inner sign of total dedication of the Wiccan Religion throughout the Three Degree system.
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Initiation

the ceremony of introducing to fresh knowledge concerning anything. Applied to the rite of admission into the sacred mysteries.
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initiation

[n] - a formal entry into a position or office 2. [n] - the act of starting something for the first time
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initiation

A reaction or process generating free radicals (or some other reactive reaction intermediates) which then induce a chain reaction. For example, in the chlorination of alkanes by a radical mechanism the initiation step is the dissociation of molecular chlorine.
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Initiation

In·i`ti·a'tion noun [ Latin initiatio : confer French initiation .] 1. The act of initiating, or the process of being initiated or introduced; as, initiation into a society, into business, literature, etc. 'The initiation of courses of events.' Pope. 2
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initiation

1. The first stage of tumour induction by a carcinogen; subtle alteration of cells by exposure to a carcinogenic agent so that they are likely to form a tumour upon subsequent exposure to a promoting agent (promotion). ... 2. Starting point of replication or translation in macromolecule biosynthesis. ... 3. Start of chemical or enzymatic reaction.
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initiation

induction noun a formal entry into an organization or position or office; `his initiation into the club`; `he was ordered to report for induction into the army`; `he gave a speech as part of his installation into the hall of fame`
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initiation

foundation noun the act of starting something for the first time; introducing something new; `she looked forward to her initiation as an adult`; `the foundation of a new scientific society`; `he regards the fork as a modern introduction`
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Initiation

• (n.) The act of initiating, or the process of being initiated or introduced; as, initiation into a society, into business, literature, etc. • (n.) The form or ceremony by which a person is introduced into any society; mode of entrance into an organized body; especially, the rite of admission into a secret society or order.Initiation: wo
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initiation

(from the article `cancer`) Experiments with chemical compounds demonstrate that the induction of tumours involves two clear steps: initiation and promotion. Initiation is ... ...immune system are thought to produce tumours by impairing cell-mediated immunity, which is important in the normal elimination of tumour cells. ... [2 relat...
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initiation

(from the article `chain reaction`) A chemical chain reaction proceeds by a sequence generally subdivided into three stages: (1) Initiation, in which a reactive intermediate, which may ... ...contain an unpaired electron (represented by a dot in the molecular formula) and, therefore, are highly reactive chemical molecules. The basic ......
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Initiation

[The Office] "Initiation" is the fifth episode of the third season of the American comedy television series The Office—the show`s 33rd overall. Written by B. J. Novak, who also acts in the show as Ryan Howard, and directed by Randall Einhorn, the episode first aired in the United States on October 19, 2006 on NBC. In the episode Ryan is t
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Initiation

[Rhea`s Obsession album] Rhea`s Obsession`s debut album, Initiation, was released in 1996 on Spider Records after they had worked on soundtracks for film and television. The album was re-released with bonus tracks and remixes on Metropolis Records in 2001 as Re:Initiation. == Initiation Track listing== == Re:Initiation Track listing== This
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Initiation

[TheStart album] Initiation is the second full length album by TheStart that was released in 2004. The CD includes an enhanced feature with commentary by Aimee Echo on recording the album, as well as a music video of the single "Like Days." ==Track listing== ==Band members== ...
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Initiation

[P·A·L album] Initiation is a release by German industrial music artist P·A·L. It was released in K7 format. ==Track listing== ...
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Initiation

[Todd Rundgren album] Initiation is the sixth solo album by Todd Rundgren, released in the summer of 1975. With this album, Rundgren fully embraced the synthesized prog sound he had begun exploring in more depth in his work with his band Utopia. However, unlike Utopia, in which Rundgren had limited himself to playing guitar, most of the syn
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Initiation

[chemistry] In chemistry, initiation is a chemical reaction that triggers one or more secondary reactions. Often the initiation reaction generates a reactive intermediate from a stable molecule which is then involved in secondary reactions. In polymerisation, initiation is followed by a chain reaction and termination. ...
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Initiation

[disambiguation] An initiation is a rite of passage ceremony. It may also refer to the following: ==Music== ==Science== ==Spirituality== ==Television== ...
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Initiation

Initiation is a rite of passage ceremony marking entrance or acceptance into a group or society. It could also be a formal admission to adulthood in a community or one of its formal components. In an extended sense it can also signify a transformation in which the initiate is `reborn` into a new role. Examples of initiation ceremonies might incl..
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initiation

An unexperienced child or adolescent is introduced to the world of adults by facing a key situation in his / her life in which the hero /heroine has to make an important decision. Literary critics have applied this term for both a type of short story and its theme. Basically the term is derived from anthropology, where it is employed to describe th
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initiation

  1. a formal entry into a position or office
  2. starting something for the first time
  3. an act that sets in motion some course of events

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initiation

initiation, the transition and attendant ceremonies, such as ordeals and rites, involved in passing from one state or status to another, often from childhood to adulthood. It was among the most important social institutions of early humans. The ordeal measures the initiate's worthiness to enter the ...
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initiation

Type: Term Pronunciation: in-i′shē-ā′shŭn Definitions: 1. The first stage of tumor induction by a carcinogen; subtle alteration of cells by exposure to a carcinogenic agent so that they are likely to form a tumor on subsequent exposure to a promoting agent (promotion). 2. Starting point of replication or translation in ma
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