the starting of a new church with a core of worshippers, similar to planting seeds to grow a crop
noun, Ecclesiastical. 1. (formerly in England and Ireland) a compulsory assessment imposed on the parishioners’ holdings of houses or land in order to repair the parish church and maintain its services.
noun 1. .
- Church-rosser theorem
theory A property of a reduction system that states that if an expression can be reduced by zero or more reduction steps to either expression M or expression N then there exists some other expression to which both M and N can be reduced. This implies that there is a unique normal form for any […]
noun 1. a liturgical language used in Eastern Orthodox churches in Slavic countries since the 11th or 12th century, representing a development of Old Church Slavonic through contact with the national Slavic languages.