doctrinally doctrinally

Definition(s):

  • (adv) as a matter of doctrine

Usage(s):

  1. The film sees the rabbis as doctrinally pure but politically corrupt.
  2. There were two sides to John Paul II: his doctrinally conservative side, and his pastorally brilliant side.
  3. Confronting such stories, certain more doctrinally traditional Christians go ballistic.

News

  • Adapx Invited to Speak at the AUSA ILW Mission Command Symposium

    KANSAS CITY, MO--(Marketwired - Jun 18, 2013) - Adapx announced that its Vice President of DoD and Federal Solutions, Scott Lind, is speaking at the AUSA ILW Mission Command Symposium today in Kansas City at 3:20PM. Lind will address how to implement mission command across the Army with the recommendation that current user interfaces advance to be speech and sketch centric and doctrinally-based.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Marketwire

Quotes

  1. "We must be able to fight with the Americans but that does not mean we must fight as the Americans," General Sir Mike Jackson told MPs last week. "That the British approach to post conflict [situations] is doctrinally different to the US is a...
    on Apr 26, 2004 By: Mike Jackson Source: guardian.co.uk

  2. "Sentiment can change when there's money on the line, even in an industry that up to now has been doctrinally opposed to government having a role in the markets," said Thomas Schelling, a Nobel laureate in economics who taught at Harvard...
    on Jan 31, 2008 By: Thomas Schelling Source: Bloomberg

  3. In a Jan. 13, 1994, memo, Aspin wrote that women might not be assigned "where units and position are doctrinally required to physically collocate and remain with direct combat units that are closed to women."
    on Oct 27, 2008 By: Les Aspin Source: World Magazine

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