Lobation is a characteristic of the cell nucleus of certain granulocytes, which are types of white blood cells, where the nucleus is segmented into two or more connected lobes. Of the four types of granulocyte only the mast cell is not lobated.
A vocation (from Latin vocātiō , meaning 'a call, summons' ) is an occupation to which a person is specially drawn or for which they are suited, trained, or qualified. Though now often used in non-religious contexts, the meanings of the term originated in Christianity.
The Vocation of Man (German: Die Bestimmung des Menschen) is a work by Johann Gottlieb Fichte. The work was originally published by Fichte in 1799 and translated into English by William Smith in 1848. Fichte identifies three distinct stages in the development of faith: 1. Doubt, 2. Knowledge, 3. Faith.