Competence
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
(n.) Adequate capacity or ability; as physical competence.
Greek
841. autarkeia -- self-satisfaction, ie self-sufficiency
... contentment, sufficiency. From autarkes; self-satisfaction, ie (abstractly)
contentedness, or (concretely) a competence -- contentment, sufficiency. ...
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The Children's Patrimony.
... begin business-life. This competence should correspond with the social
position they occupied under the parental roof. It should ...
/.../philips/the christian home/chapter xxiv the childrens patrimony.htm

The Critical and Historical Movement
... of religion and theology is matter communicated to man in extraordinary fashion,
truth otherwise unattainable, on which it is beyond the competence of reason ...
/.../chapter iv the critical and.htm

The True Functions of the Soul Christ Assumed it in his Perfect ...
... To recognise this indeed is within the competence of every soul; it has, I mean,
a practical knowledge of itself, without which knowledge of itself no soul ...
/.../tertullian/ on the flesh of christ/chapter xii the true functions of.htm

On Descartes' "Discourse Touching the Method of Using One's Reason ...
... finding all other occupations incompatible with the search after the knowledge which
leads to action, and being possessed of a modest competence, he withdrew ...
/.../lay sermons addresses and reviews/xiv on descartes discourse touching.htm

Introductory Note to the Writings of Justin Martyr
... He must have been well educated: he had travelled extensively, and he seems
to have been a person enjoying at least a competence. ...
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Luther's Separation from Rome
... years. His parents having by thrift and industry acquired a competence,
they were able to render him all needed assistance. And ...
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An American Reformer
... benevolence. By dint of energy and application he early acquired a competence,
though his habits of study were still maintained. ...
/.../white/the great controversy/chapter 18 an american reformer.htm

Luther's Separation from Rome.
... years. His parents having by thrift and industry acquired a competence,
they were able to render him all needed assistance. And ...
/.../7 luthers separation from rome.htm

An American Reformer.
... benevolence. By dint of energy and application he early acquired a competence,
though his habits of study were still maintained. ...
/.../the great controversy between christ and satan /18 an american reformer.htm

The Duty of Remembering the Poor
... Very few of them wear crowns; very few ride in carriages; only a proportion of them
have a competence; a very large multitude of his family are destitute ...
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Thesaurus
Competence (1 Occurrence)
... Noah Webster's Dictionary (n.) Adequate capacity or ability; as physical competence.
Multi-Version Concordance Competence (1 Occurrence). ...
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Competency (1 Occurrence)
... 4. (n.) Right or authority; legal power or capacity to take cognizance of a cause;
as, the competence of a judge or court. Multi-Version Concordance ...
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Province (66 Occurrences)
... and upon a praetor in 367 BC, and finally upon a second praetor in 241 BC, it became
necessary in practice to define their individual competence which was ...
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Carpenter (4 Occurrences)
... would be Greeks, and skilled workmen; the carpenter of a provincial village could
only have held a very humble position, and secured a very moderate competence...
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Competed (1 Occurrence)

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Ability (34 Occurrences)
... (n.) The quality or state of being able; power to perform, whether physical, moral,
intellectual, conventional, or legal; capacity; skill or competence in doing ...
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Able (730 Occurrences)
... 4. (superl.) Legally qualified; possessed of legal competence; as, able to inherit
or devise property. 5. (v.) To make able; to enable; to strengthen. ...
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Sufficiency (18 Occurrences)
... 2. (n.) Qualification for any purpose; ability; capacity. 3. (n.) Adequate substance
or means; competence. 4. (n.) Supply equal to wants; ample stock or fund. ...
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Governor (78 Occurrences)
... Latin provincia signifies a magistrate's sphere of duty or authority, either (a)
judicially or legally, defining the scope of his competence, or (b ...
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Empire (8 Occurrences)
... To another considerable class monarchy must have been welcome-the industrial and
middle class who were striving for competence and were engaged in trade and ...
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