Definitions for ministry
ˈmɪn ə strimin·ist·ry
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word ministry.
religious ministers collectively (especially Presbyterian)
building where the business of a government department is transacted
a government department under the direction of a minister
the work of a minister of religion
"he is studying for the ministry"
Government department, at the administrative level normally headed by a minister (or equivalent rank, e.g. secretary of state), who holds it as portfolio, especially in a constitutional monarchy
She works for the ministry of finance.
The complete body of government ministers (whether or not they are in cabinet) under the leadership of a head of government (such as a prime minister)
The premier offered his last ministry's resignation to the monarch, and is asked the form a new one in accordance with the election results
The active practice and education of the minister of a particular religion or faith.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: contracted from ministery; ministerium, Lat.
So far is an indistinction of all persons, and, by consequence, an anarchy of all things, so far from being agreeable to the will of God, declared in his great houshold, the world, and especially in all the ministries of his proper household the church, that there was never yet any time, I believe, since it was a number, when some of its members were not more sacred than others. Thomas Sprat, Sermons.
Their ministry perform’d, and race well run,
Their doctrine and their story written left,
They die. John Milton, Par. Lost, b. xii.
Saint Paul was miraculously called to the ministry of the gospel, and had the whole doctrine of the gospel from God by immediate revelation; and was appointed the apostle of the Gentiles for propagating it in the heathen world. John Locke.
The natural world he made after a miraculous manner; but directs the affairs of it ever since by standing rules, and the ordinary ministry of second causes. Francis Atterbury.
The poets introduced the ministry of the gods, and taught the separate existence of human souls. Richard Bentley, Sermons.
He safe from loud alarms,
Abhorr’d the wicked ministry of arms. John Dryden, Æn.
I converse in full freedom with many considerable men of both parties; and if not in equal number, it is purely accidental, as happening to have made acquaintance at court more under one ministry than another. Jonathan Swift.
the act of ministering; ministration; service
the office, duties, or functions of a minister, servant, or agent; ecclesiastical, executive, or ambassadorial function or profession
the body of ministers of state; also, the clergy, as a body
administration; rule; term in power; as, the ministry of Pitt
Etymology: [L. ministerium. See Minister, n., and cf. Mystery a trade.]
Ministry is an American industrial metal band founded by lead singer Al Jourgensen in 1981. Originally a new wave - synthpop outfit, Ministry changed its style to industrial metal in the late 1980s. Ministry found mainstream success in the early 1990s with its most successful album Psalm 69: The Way to Succeed and the Way to Suck Eggs and touring as part of the Lollapalooza festival. After 27 years of performing, Jourgensen decided to end the band in 2008, and since then stated that a reunion would never happen. However, on August 7, 2011, a reunion was announced, when Ministry confirmed that they will play one of their first shows in 4 years at the Wacken Open Air festival in August 2012. Ministry released a new album, titled Relapse, on March 23, 2012, which was followed by a world tour.
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Rank popularity for the word 'ministry' in Written Corpus Frequency: #3518
Rank popularity for the word 'ministry' in Nouns Frequency: #845
The numerical value of ministry in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of ministry in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
The ministry couldn't manage everything so it wants lower levels to help them oversee things.
Facts First : Denmark's annual subsidy to Greenland, an autonomous territory of Denmark, is for less than $ 600 million.According to a representative from Greenland's Ministry of Finance, Head of Division Anders Fonnesbech-Wulff, the grant for 2019 is expected to amount to 3.86 billion Danish kroner( DKK), which is approximately $ 573 million. The amount has increased slightly over the years, from $ 547 million( 3.68 billion DKK) in 2016 to $ 553 million( 3.72 billion DKK) in 2017 to $ 568 million( 3.82 billion DKK) in 2018. All US dollar amounts are based on the Tuesday exchange rate.Greenland and TrumanTrump said that President Truman wanted to buy Greenland from Denmark, which is true. But he also said.
He's a very dashing figure. He had a dramatic life and died young, we're in touch with the Ministry of Culture in Ireland and that's a decision we will take together.
The UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation can confirm that the UAE has welcomed President Ashraf Ghani and Ashraf Ghani family into the country on humanitarian grounds.
The closure of the office is politically motivated and it has to do with the freedom of expression, we applied for a license more than a year ago, provided all necessary documents and started our work, and we had received no notification from the Information Ministry about any legal problem with the license.
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- ministeriCatalan, Valencian
- præsteembede, ministerium, kabinet, regeringDanish
- ιερατείο, κυβέρνηση, υπουργικό συμβούλιο, υπουργείοGreek
- ministerio, ministrejoEsperanto
- tari, minitatangaMāori
- regering, ministerie, gouvernement, kabinet, departementDutch
- departement, KabinettNorwegian
- vaizlik, bakanlıkTurkish
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