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pastoral

emanating from or pertaining to the use of land for pasture.

pastoral rearing
raising of young, after weaning, on pasture where they are more susceptible to nutritional deficiencies and parasitic infestation than young reared indoors.
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Lot 1: Completion of two (02) pastoral wells in the villages of Ebaga and aichalmoumenane in the town of Tilemsi Gao Cercle; Lot 2: Construction of two pastoral wells in the villages of Tebewelt and Inaoudis in the town of Tilemsi Gao Cercle; Lot 3: Completion of two (02) pastoral wells in the villages of Ilouk and Inassakok in the town of Tilemsi Gao Cercle; Lot 4: Completion of two (02) pastoral wells in the villages of Sansanodji (Doreye) and Amassadide (Egaf
In 1983, the conference had tasked Bishop Joseph Imesch of Joliet, with drafting a pastoral on women.
Synopsis: "Bishops on the Border: Pastoral Responses to Immigration" is comprised of an ecumenical examination of immigration issues drawn from engaging, first-person narratives.
Pastoral has long been a contentious genre of poetry reputed for its false idealization of the countryside from the perspective of the city, bolstering the structures of power and oppression.
From this vantage point, author Swain, an Episcopal priest, pastoral psychotherapist, and seminary professor, guides the reader on a remarkable, sacred journey, moving deftly through the pain and suffering of unspeakable loss to a place of transformation and healing.
The purpose of this paper is to present our concept of pastoral counseling and a corresponding interdisciplinary and integrating specialization program.
Informed by his experiences as a Holocaust survivor, Frankl's meaning-centered therapy and holistic approach, which focus on the body, mind and spirit, have particular resonance with pastoral professionals.
From Rebecca West's The Return of the Soldier to Siegfried Sassoon's Memoirs of an Infantry Officer, much of Great War literature uses pastoral themes to rebuke the war, to represent the tendency of repression, and to express traumatic moments re-experienced by those in the trenches and at home.
Ryan Topping said, "Pope John wished his council to be pastoral .
The first of the tableaux painted above the doorway is a typical, humble pastoral scene of a verdant, lush meadow inhabited by dogs and shepherds with their flocks, some tending to the livestock, some playing the pipes.
Gula's slim volume offers pastoral ministers, and the theologians and ministerial formation personnel who educate them, an engaging treatment of the relationship between ethics and spirituality that will enrich graduate courses and seminary formation programs in pastoral theology and ministry.
By using the term pastoral counselors, the authors were referring to a ministry generalist who engages in counseling rather than someone with specialized training.