sobitqadam, e'tiqodli, umumiy, hamma qabul qilgan, pravoslaviyega oid
Adjective(1) of or pertaining to or characteristic of Judaism(2) adhering to what is commonly accepted(3) of or relating to or characteristic of the Eastern Orthodox Church
(1) The therapy is not intended as a substitute for orthodox medical treatment, the Association of Reflexologists stresses.(2) The Rangers right winger was a fine orthodox player but on this occasion he had to be replaced by the skilful, but out-of - position, Ralph Brand.(3) For 150 years, it fell from orthodox medical practice.(4) According to the Association of Reflexologists, the therapy is not intended as a substitute for orthodox medical treatment.(5) Our response is that the third party followed the orthodox practice, which was dry drilling in coal or soft strata and wet drilling in stone.(6) He follows the orthodox code and strictly observes the Sabbath from sundown on Friday to sundown on Saturday, so there is an obvious impact on his political life.(7) As in orthodox economics, the practitioners of econophysics fall into either the deductive or empirical camps.(8) That they not only accept this situation but value it and actively re-create it is due to the nature of orthodox beliefs and practices.(9) This is the finest moment of Dead Poets Society, the story of a thoroughly unorthodox teacher at a thoroughly orthodox boys' prep school.(10) Sethu remembers her mother-in-law as an orthodox person who managed to run the house with very little money.(11) At the same time, there was a significant portion of the youngest Catholic men whose beliefs and practices were very orthodox .(12) They're quite orthodox , not gimmicked in any way.(13) Branch, back in for the first time since Boxing Day, ran hard but without much joy and was replaced just after the hour by the more orthodox Ben Muirhead.(14) This has been explained by the conservative and orthodox mindset and a tradition where dance and music were more popular than visual arts of painting and sculpture.(15) One aspect of these changes was the weakening of the orthodox heterosexual double standard.(16) I now accepted the orthodox Christian doctrine of Creation.
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Different Formsorthodox, orthodoxies, orthodoxy
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