- avocationisi mea faiavocations
Noun(1) an auxiliary activity
(1) Not bad for an incidental photographer who took up photography mostly as a necessity rather than an avocation !(2) But the trouble with gardening, as the American poet Phyllis McGinley once pointed out, is that ├ö├ç├┐it does not remain an avocation , it becomes an obsession├ö├ç├û.(3) Although birdwatchers may pursue their avocation for as long as they wish during the year, there comes a time when the activity gets stepped up.(4) From e-mail to Weblogs, the online world opens up avenues to cozy up to experts, make a mark in your avocation or profession, and be viewed, in your own right, as someone who matters.(5) Now, you've studied particularly the writings, the love letters of people who actually write as an avocation .(6) The bile directed at us in the column shows a desire to hurt me personally and to make my employer suffer for my avocation .(7) In 1931, Heath retired from engineering research and patent law to devote himself to his avocation of horticulture and to research into the foundations of the natural and social sciences.(8) Enjoying politics as an avocation is different from caring about the actual political issues.(9) Even then, farming for them was a hobby, an avocation , a link to a way of life that was slipping away.(10) Even an avocation demands strenuous devotion and fortitude.(11) they are basically doctors, and negotiators by avocation(12) And maybe you'll have some energy left over to indulge your avocation until it can become your vocation.(13) That natural pastime became a lifelong avocation that has helped recognize and protect many notable trees in his borne county.(14) More than a few antiques dealers start out as indefatigable collectors who make the decision to turn their avocation into a vocation.(15) But, this youngster surely has an avocation that is seriously different - producing music with the vocal chords.(16) But for many others who delve into the vast realm of history in the public domain, whether avocational historians or full-time promoters of a particular historical vision, these imperatives are not so clear.
1. hobby ::
2. by-line ::
e ala i le laina
3. sideline ::
4. pursuit ::
Different Formsavocation, avocational, avocations
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