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I think we need to begin our investigation in the time before Cyprian became a bishop in order to highlight that there were changes (in motive as well as practice) brought about by the arrival of persecution in late 249 or early 250.
Florence Sokolowski, who also goes by Florence Cyprian, Florence Cash and Sherry Maxie, pleaded no contest to grand theft for illegally obtaining rental help through the Los Angeles County Housing Authority Section 8 program, officials said.
His successor, Januarius, attended Cyprian's council in September 256 and was evidently regarded by Cyprian as the leader of the Numidian bishops (cf.
Time, Caterina Cornaro, Cyprian the Presbyter, Maria of the Senate, Archbishop Cyprian, General Grivas, and Archbishop Makarios III).
Some of the top courses using the xCaddie System include: Pebble Beach Golf Links, California; Whistler Golf Course, British Columbia; Sunridge Canyon, Arizona; Wachusett Country Club, Massachusetts; Cyprian Keyes Golf Club, Massachusetts, Algonquin Golf Course and Academy, St.
In Homa Bay and Wajir counties, Cyprian Awiti and Mohamed Abdi filed appeals after the elections as Governors were nullified.
By NATION REPORTERThe High Court has quashed the August 8 election victory of Homa Bay Governor Cyprian Awiti.
Khartoum, July 29 (SUNA) - The Ministry of Minerals signed a largest contract in the country's history in the field of minerals with the Russian Cyprian Company at the Republican Palace Wednesday in the presence of President of the Republic Field Marshal Omer Al-Bashir, where the Minister of Minerals Dr.
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We are thrilled to be hosting the Taste of Wachusett this year, and Cyprian is definitely taking part as a vendor as well,'' said David Frem, general manager of Cyprian Keyes.
This reading of Cyprian finds its inspiration in Charles Bobertz's 1988 dissertation on the early years of Cyprian's episcopate.
Cyprian of Carthage that you cannot be a good leader and teacher unless you are a humble learner and listener.