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  • 1Gabriel Gifford — (name in religion Gabriel of St. Mary, French Gabriel de Sainte Marie ), originally William Gifford (b. in Hampshire, 1554; d. at Reims, 11 April1629) was an English Roman Catholic churchman, a Benedictine who became Archbishop of Reims.LifeHe… …

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  • 2Gabriel Vasquez —     Gabriel Vasquez     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Gabriel Vasquez     Theologian, b. at Villaescusa de Haro, near Belmonte, Cuenca, 1549 or 1551; d. at Alcalá, 23 Sept., 1604. He made his primary and grammar studies at Belmonte, and went to… …

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  • 3Gabriel Vásquez — Gabriel Vasquez (b. at Villaescusa de Haro, near Belmonte, Cuenca, 1549 or 1551; d. at Alcalá, 23 September1604) was a Spanish Jesuit theologian.He made his primary and grammar studies at Belmonte, and went to Alcalá for philosophy, where he… …

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  • 4GABRIEL Chapusius — Turon. nepos Claudii, Bibliothecarii Franc. I. plurima scripsit. Verdier. Bibl. Gall. p. 430 …

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  • 5GABRIEL Saconaeus — contra Calvinum scripsit, sec. praeterito. Verdier. Bibl. Gall. p. 457 …

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  • 6St. Gabriel the Archangel —     St. Gabriel the Archangel     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Gabriel the Archangel      Fortitudo Dei , one of the three archangels mentioned in the Bible. Only four appearances of Gabriel are recorded:     ♦ In Dan., viii, he explains the… …

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  • 7LIPPMANN, GABRIEL — (1845–1921), French physicist and Nobel Prize winner. Though born in Luxembourg, Lippmann spent most of his life in Paris. His association with the Annalesde chimie et de physique, for which he prepared summaries of the articles written in German …

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  • 8PALAEOTUS Gabriel — Bononiensis, annô aetat. 24. Ius docuit, Canonicus inde Bononiensis ac Auditor Romae factus, Concilio Tridentino interfuit. Paulo IV. Pio IV. ac praesertim Gregorio XIV. gratus. Liber eius de Consistorialibus Consultationibus, Minsitris Principum …

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  • 9HEBRAISTS, CHRISTIAN — (1100–1890). Factors governing gentile enterprises in Hebrew scholarship prior to the latest phase of more widespread secular attitudes may be distinguished as (1) motivation; (2) scholarly facilities; and (3) occasion; appreciation and… …

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  • 10Egypt — • Provides information on history, religion, and literature Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Egypt     Egypt     † …

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  • 11JERUSALEM — The entry is arranged according to the following outline: history name protohistory the bronze age david and first temple period second temple period the roman period byzantine jerusalem arab period crusader period mamluk period …

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  • 12КАЛОФОНИЧЕСКОЕ ПЕНИЕ — Аколуфии. 1336 г. (Athen. Bibl. Nat. 2458. Fol. 1) Аколуфии. 1336 г. (Athen. Bibl. Nat. 2458. Fol. 1) [калофония; греч. καλοφωνία, от καλός прекрасный и φωνή голос, звук], греч. певч. стиль, расцвет которого приходится на 2 последних столетия… …

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  • 13HEBREW LITERATURE, MODERN — definition and scope beginnings periodization …

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  • 14PSALMS, BOOK OF — This article is arranged according to the following outline: < <title> > place in the canon number of psalms verse division division into books composition of the psalter date of the psalter ascription to david types of psalms psalms… …

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  • 15Liste der Wiener Persönlichkeiten — Bekannte Wiener Persönlichkeiten A Carlo Abarth, in Italien lebender österreichischer Automobilrennfahrer und Tuner Emil Abel, Chemiker Othenio Abel, Paläontologe und Evolutionsbiologe Walter Abish, US amerikanischer Schriftsteller Kurt Absolon,… …

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  • 16Liste der Biografien/Bia–Bid — Biografien: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q …

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  • 17HUNGARY — HUNGARY, state in S.E. Central Europe. Middle Ages to the Ottoman Conquest Archaeological evidence indicates the existence of Jews in Pannonia and Dacia, who came there in the wake of the Roman legions. Jewish historical tradition, however, only… …

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  • 18NAMES — In the Bible Biblical proper names, together with proper names in Old South Arabic, Canaanite (East or Proto Canaanite, Ugaritic, and Phoenician), Old Aramaic, Akkadian, and – with some reservations – Old Egyptian, comprise one division of the… …

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  • 19Familles du Mas — Les différentes familles du Mas et Dumas, nobles ou notables, les membres célèbres, les entreprises... Sommaire 1 Les Familles Dumas célèbres 1.1 La Maison Dumas Davy de La Pailleterie 1.2 La Maison Dumas Hermès …

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  • 20Gabrijel — Gàbrijel (Gabrìjel) m DEFINICIJA 1. v. 2. rel. arkanđeo, Božji glasnik, ljudima objavljuje Božju volju 3. jud. bibl. proroku Danielu navijestio četiri zla kraljevstva i konačnu pobjedu Dobra nad Zlim 4. kat. bibl. navijestio Mariji začeće i… …

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