Definition of ministration
: the act or process of ministering
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However, emotional eaters find little lasting comfort in their culinary ministrations.
To the chapel’s namesake, physical and spiritual ministrations had also seemed complementary.
Bill Baroni, a former Christie ad ministration official, is also on trial.
Only the ministrations of a wise fourth grade teacher — who lured him back to learning with bribes and then hooked him with fascinating projects — rekindled his love of learning.
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