neophyte is figuratively bound.
But, that's an excellent value if you want a smooth, fruit-forward Cab that both experienced and neophyte wine drinkers can enjoy for what it is.
Many people-especially many neophyte entrepreneurs-believe that the idea is everything.
Skin & Ink is accessible not only to the long-time tattoo aficionado, but also to the neophyte looking to learn more about the culture.
guzzleI see shops Guzzling up the streets of my neophyte years.
It meant that the Mithraist symbolically died when he became a first grade neophyte and was born again as a crow.
In the interest of equal opportunity, this week features the female of the species: three experienced huntresses, and one promising neophyte.
New feats, magic items and character types are also introduced to aid and hinder the neophyte chaos mage and his static magic counterparts.
neophyte shaman had to constantly demonstrate both physical and mental strength in order to endure the years of exhaustive and life-threatening initiatory training.
When the neophyte successfully assimilates this stage he passes into transpersonal experiences of bliss, cosmic unity, or other features of higher consciousness.
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