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convert

(kŏn-vĕrt′) [L. convertere, to turn around]
In cardiology, to change an arrhythmia to a normal heart rhythm, either spontaneously or with drugs or electricity.
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In the hearing of a petition on love jihad filed by one Chirag Singhvi, the division bench comprising of Justices Gopalkrishna Vyas and Vineet Mathur issued a ten-point guideline to be followed by those seeking religious conversion.
The legislation, called the Freedom of Religious Conversion Bill, carries a penalty of three years' imprisonment and a fine of $1,045 US for religious conversion "by force or by lure.
FACING a united opposition over the issue of religious conversions which continued to disrupt Parliament on Monday, the government said the Jharkhand and Jammu and Kashmir Assembly results on Tuesday will give them a befitting reply.
The government has no business funding salvation and religious conversion.
We know these are code words to denote an individual's religious conversion which can be a traumatic human experience.
Rationalizing religion; religious conversion, revivalism, and competition in Singapore society.
No one disputes the sectarian nature of the program, and InnerChange staffers freely admit that religious conversion is their main goal.
Two weeks later, smoking a cigarette alone in a hotel room in Jerusalem, Franklin Graham picked up his Bible and experienced a religious conversion.
BJP MP from Gorkahpur Yogi Adityanath found himself at the centre of a controversy after a video surfaced in which he is purportedly heard making an inflammatory speech about religious conversion of Muslim girls.
The government is promoting a program that has religious conversion as its core tenet.
Taking a cue from the controversy surrounding the gang- rape and religious conversion of a 20- year- old woman from Meerut, parents of a 15- year- old girl in Loni area of Ghaziabad have registered an FIR against a youth with whom their daughter had eloped.
Bush believes that social ills like homelessness, drug addiction, teen pregnancy and others can best be solved through religious conversion.

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