(n.) A reader of lections; formerly, a person designated to read lessons to the illiterate.
(1) GuardianWitness es el hogar para el contenido de los lectores de The Guardian.
(2) Nos gustaría oír de lectores que están en los países afectados por el virus del zika.
(3) (Caveat lector - do not read this book before going to sleep.)
(a.) Of or pertaining to religion; concerned with religion; teaching, or setting forth, religion; set apart to religion; as, a religious society; a religious sect; a religious place; religious subjects, books, teachers, houses, wars.
(a.) Possessing, or conforming to, religion; pious; godly; as, a religious man, life, behavior, etc.
(a.) Scrupulously faithful or exact; strict.
(a.) Belonging to a religious order; bound by vows.
(n.) A person bound by monastic vows, or sequestered from secular concern, and devoted to a life of piety and religion; a monk or friar; a nun.
(1) You can see where the religious meme sprung from: when the world was an inexplicable and scary place, a belief in the supernatural was both comforting and socially adhesive.
(2) Our parents had no religious beliefs and there will be no funeral."
(3) With respect to family environment, a history of sexual abuse was associated with perceptions that families of origin had less cohesion, more conflict, less emphasis on moral-religious matters, less emphasis on achievement, and less of an orientation towards intellectual, cultural, and recreational pursuits.
(4) In the process, the DfE's definition of extremism has shifted from actual bomb-throwers to religious conservatives.
(5) Indeed, the nationalist and religious right bloc merely held steady , gaining just one seat.
(6) There can’t be something, someone that could fix this and chooses not to.” Years of agnosticism and an open attitude to religious beliefs thrust under the bus, acknowledging the shame that comes from sitting down with those the world forgot.
(7) Maryam Namazie, an Iranian-born campaigner against religious laws, had been invited to speak to the Warwick Atheists, Secularists and Humanists Society next month.
(8) And of course, as the articles are shared far and wide across the apparently much-hated web, they become gospel to those who read them and unfortunately become quasi-religious texts to musicians of all stripes who blame the internet for everything that is wrong with their careers.
(9) Males scored higher than females on theoretical and lower on religious scales.
(10) After excluding isonymous matings the chi-square values for unique and nonunique surname pairs remained significant for both religious groups.
(11) Religious efforts to address the issue have also been complicit in absolving men of their crimes, objectifying women and doing more harm than good with campaigns that blame women for the phenomenon.
(12) However, social support significantly correlated with depression and there was some indication that the type of institutional setting and frequency of religious participation also interacts with the level of depression.
(13) Waco, Texas, will forever be known for the siege that began in February 1993 when agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms raided a compound owned by the Branch Davidian religious sect to investigate allegations of weapons hoarding.
(14) But whether it arose from religious belief, from a noblesse oblige or from a sense of solidarity, duty in Britain has been, to most people, the foundation of rights rather than their consequence.
(15) There are long-running tensions between the state and the region's large Uighur Muslim population, with many angered by cultural and religious restrictions imposed by the Chinese authorities and some aspiring to independence for what they call East Turkestan.
(16) Hillary Clinton said that people who are pro-life have to change our religious beliefs,” said Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal in a statement released by the American Future project , which is backing his undeclared presidential campaign.
(17) The Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's largest organised political movement, added its voice to the chorus of discontent, accusing Scaf of contradicting 'all human, religious and patriotic values' with their callousness and warning that the revolution that overthrew former president Hosni Mubarak earlier this year was able to rise again.
(18) But first he flew to Saudi Arabia to make the religiously encouraged pilgrimage to Mecca; he found himself stranded in Bahrain after he was unable to enter Kenya.
(19) In the afternoon he reads historical or religious books and novels.
(20) Three members of the Russian feminist punk band Pussy Riot are facing two years in a prison colony after they were found guilty of hooliganism motivated by religious hatred, in a case seen as the first salvo in Vladimir Putin's crackdown on opposition to his rule.