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A War Like No Other, p.239 These decorations were used both to show the wealth of the patrician, as well as appear frightening to the enemy.

A patrician family house." Description In Dune, Irulan is described through Paul Atreides ' eyes: Paul's attention came at last to a tall blonde woman,
sensitive area of East Jerusalem to Israeli investors.

The patriarch's Council accepted his request, expressing gratitude for all he had done in the formation and launching of the vision which led to the ICCEC.

Frei José Saldanha (1697-1708), famed for his austerity, never relinquished his Franciscan habit, a contrast to his successor Tomás de Almeida, who in 1716 became the first patriarch of Lisbon.

The patriarch soothed his august visitor by the assurance that the third party was not an ordinary man ( Ab.

Evlogy (Georgievsky) that was under the jurisdiction of the patriarch of Constantinople -- though in 1934, Met.

Document No. 69 patriarch Nerses Varjabedyan Most of the Ottoman sources do not give credit to these claims.

patriarch: Brown, she thought, a temple of a word, a shiny red brown, like the surface of a chestnut."

Oriental Orthodox churches In the fifth century, several of the Oriental Churches, under Pope Dioscorus, the patriarch of Alexandria, separated from Rome and Constantinople.

Some Old Believers go so far as to consider any pre-Nikonian Orthodox Russian practice or artifact as exclusively theirs, denying that the Russian Orthodox Church has any claims upon a history before patriarch Nikon.

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