Acquisition
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
1. (n.) Something acquired or gained; as, learning is an acquisition.

2. (n.) The act or process of acquiring.

Greek
4047. peripoiesis -- preservation, acquisition
... preservation, acquisition. Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine Transliteration: peripoiesis
Phonetic Spelling: (per-ee-poy'-ay-sis) Short Definition: obtaining ...
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5557. chrusos -- gold
... Cognate: 5557 (a noun) -- , used also as a symbol of (" acquisition"). See 5553 ().
Word Origin a prim. word Definition gold NASB Word Usage gold (9). gold. ...
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4200. porismos -- a providing, a means of gain
... gain. From a derivative of poros (a way, ie Means); furnishing (procuring), ie
(by implication) money-getting (acquisition) -- gain. (porismon) -- 1 Occurrence. ...
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2819. kleros -- a lot
... bits of wood, etc., for the purpose; a die (for drawing chances); by implication,
a portion (as if so secured); by extension, an acquisition (especially a ...
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Strong's Hebrew
7075. qinyan -- something gotten or acquired, acquisition
... 7074, 7075. qinyan. 7076 . something gotten or acquired, acquisition.
Transliteration: qinyan Phonetic Spelling: (kin-yawn') Short Definition: goods. ...
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4943. mesheq -- acquisition, possession
... 4942, 4943. mesheq. 4944 . acquisition, possession. Transliteration: mesheq
Phonetic Spelling: (meh'-shek) Short Definition: heir. ...
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4512. minleh -- perhaps gain, acquisition
... 4511, 4512. minleh. 4513 . perhaps gain, acquisition. Transliteration:
minleh Phonetic Spelling: (min-leh') Short Definition: grain. ...
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4901. meshek -- a drawing, drawing up, a trail
... 4900, 4901. meshek. 4902 . a drawing, drawing up, a trail. Transliteration:
meshek Phonetic Spelling: (meh'shek) Short Definition: acquisition. ...
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7069. qanah -- to get, acquire
... NASB Word Usage acquire (6), acquired (1), acquires (2), bought (20), buy (23),
buyer (4), buying (2), buys (1), formed (1), gain acquisition (1), gained (1 ...
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4735. miqneh -- cattle
... From qanah; something bought, ie Property, but only livestock; abstractly, acquisition
-- cattle, flock, herd, possession, purchase, substance. ...
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6467. poal -- doing, deed, work
... Word Origin from paal Definition doing, deed, work NASB Word Usage acquisition
(1), act (1), activity (1), conduct (2), deeds (4), doings (1), something (1 ...
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4736. miqnah -- a purchase
... Feminine of miqneh; properly, a buying, ie Acquisition; concretely, a piece of property
(land or living); also the sum paid -- (he that is) bought, possession ...
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Library

The Gains of the Faithful Steward
... Considering how much of your lives, especially as regards men of business, is taken
up with money, its acquisition, its retention, its distribution, there are ...
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Whether Other Creatures Concur in that Last End?
... end "by which"; viz. the thing itself in which is found the aspect of good,
and the use or acquisition of that thing. Thus we say ...
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Whether the Sensitive Appetite is Divided into the Irascible and ...
... In order to make this clear, we must observe that in natural corruptible things
there is needed an inclination not only to the acquisition of what is suitable ...
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Whether it be Unlawful to Practice the Observances of the Magic ...
... as to the genus of the deed, for they consist in certain fasts and prayers to God;
moreover, they are directed to a good end, namely, the acquisition of science ...
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On the Priestly Office of Christ
... of both. For the act of saving, so far as it is ascribed to Christ, denotes
the acquisition and communication of salvation. But ...
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Of the Chief Good and virtue, and or Knowledge and Righteousness.
... and lie on the ground, since they die with the body, which is earth; for they do
not tend to procure life for man, but either to the acquisition or increase of ...
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Whether Martyrdom is an Act of virtue?
... Wherefore just as in the case of baptized children the merit of Christ is conducive
to the acquisition of glory through the baptismal grace, so in those who ...
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Whether Covetousness is Opposed to Liberality?
... I answer that, Covetousness denotes immoderation with regard to riches in two ways.
First, immediately in respect of the acquisition and keeping of riches. ...
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Whether God is the Final Cause of all Things?
... are both agent and patient at the same time: these are imperfect agents, and to
these it belongs to intend, even while acting, the acquisition of something. ...
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Whether the Orders Will Outlast the Day of Judgment?
... Now it is manifest that the knowledge of a conclusion depends on all the preceding
middle terms not only in the new acquisition of knowledge, but also as ...
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Thesaurus
Acquisition (2 Occurrences)
... Noah Webster's Dictionary 1. (n.) Something acquired or gained; as, learning is
an acquisition. ... Multi-Version Concordance Acquisition (2 Occurrences). ...
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Getting (151 Occurrences)
... 1. (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Get. 2. (n.) The act of obtaining or acquiring; acquisition.
3. (n.) That which is got or obtained; gain; profit. Int. ...
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Get (2204 Occurrences)
... 10. (vt) To betake; to remove; -- in a reflexive use. 11. (vi) To make acquisition;
to gain; to profit; to receive accessions; to be increased. 12. ...
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Purchase (25 Occurrences)
... 12. (n.) The acquisition of title to, or properly in, anything for a price;
buying for money or its equivalent. 13. (vt) That which ...
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Teaching (372 Occurrences)
... NEW TESTAMENT TERMS 1. Instruction 2. Acquisition 3. Presentation 4. Elucidation
5. Exposition 6. Authority 7. Care 8. Supervision III. ...
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Teacher (103 Occurrences)
... NEW TESTAMENT TERMS 1. Instruction 2. Acquisition 3. Presentation 4. Elucidation
5. Exposition 6. Authority 7. Care 8. Supervision III. ...
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Teach (172 Occurrences)
... NEW TESTAMENT TERMS 1. Instruction 2. Acquisition 3. Presentation 4. Elucidation
5. Exposition 6. Authority 7. Care 8. Supervision III. ...
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Inheritance (263 Occurrences)
... blessing, esp. one received by gift or without purchase; a benefaction. 4.
(n.) Possession; ownership; acquisition. 5. (n.) Transmission ...
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Acquit (11 Occurrences)

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Quality (14 Occurrences)
... 4. (n.) An acquired trait; accomplishment; acquisition. 5. (n.) Superior birth or
station; high rank; elevated character. Multi-Version Concordance ...
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