there are three definitions: # Of or relating to ontology. # Of or relating to essence or the nature of being. # Of or relating to the argument for the existence of God holding that the existence of the concept of God entails the existence of God.
Do you mean ''What does the AUM Mantra mean?''
No, but sometimes "average" means "mean" - when it doesn't mean median, geometric mean, or something else entirely.
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See mean-8. Or get a dictionary.
There is no statistical term such as "deviation mean".
The cast of Ontologically Anxious Organism - 2010 includes: Klemens Koehring as Narrator
They are ontologically inadequate
Ontologically Anxious Organism Episodes 1-3 - 2012 was released on: Argentina: December 2012 UK: December 2012 USA: July 2013
Catholic AnswerBaptism and Confirmation, Holy Orders only once for each Order. These three sacraments change a person ontologically, they live a permanent and indelible mark. You are now a Christian, a soldier of Christ, or a priest, and nothing can change that.
Catholic Ordination is a sacrament instituted by Our Blessed Lord, Jesus Christ, and administered by a Bishop, who has his consecration in the Apostolic succession. It ontologically changes the man thus ordained. . Anglican ordination is a similar ceremony that institutes a man OR a woman into one of the three orders of protestant clergy in the Anglican Communion. Anglican ordination does not confer an ontological change, and this was ruled infallibly by Pope Leo XIII in Apostoloicae Curae, attached below.
Yes if the Bishop commits a sin which warrants his having his authority taken away from him. This has to be done by a higher authority. Usually this is followed be excommunication from the church.Roman Catholic AnswerNo, Catholic Bishop, like a priest is ontologically made into something different when he is consecrated. He is no longer what he was, he is now a bishop, and has been made that by God. It is more than an office, a vocation, or a job, it is what he is. So, no, only God would "unmake" a bishop, and the Good Lord never goes back on what He does. The Holy Father can remove him from his responsibilities as a Bishop but he can not "unmake" him.
he was a mean person who lived with mean people in a mean castle on a mean hill in a mean country in a mean continent in a mean world in a mean solar system in a mean galaxy in a mean universe in a mean dimension
you mean what you mean
Mean is the average.
It mean what you don't what does it mean.
The arithmetic mean is a weighted mean where each observation is given the same weight.