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He is referring to the twinned monasteries of Monkwearmouth and Jarrow, near modern-day Newcastle, claimed as his birthplace, there is also a tradition that he was born at Monkton, two miles from the monastery at Jarrow.
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He does not even want to admit that the disease is the plague, referring instead to a " special type of fever.
Rather he disguises himself, referring to himself in the third person and only at the end of the novel reveals who he is.
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Among Chinese speakers, however, it is typically understood that one is referring to the leafy vegetable unless otherwise specified.
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Alan Cameron, however, argues that it should be interpreted as referring to Plato, and that when Proclus writes that " we must bear in mind concerning this whole feat of the Athenians, that it is neither a mere myth nor unadorned history, although some take it as history and others as myth ", he is treating " Crantor's view as mere personal opinion, nothing more ; in fact he first quotes and then dismisses it as representing one of the two unacceptable extremes ".
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It is possible to synthesize twinned amethyst, but this type is not available in large quantities in the market.
* the White Elephant-Afyon is twinned with the town of Hamm in Germany, and now has a large statue of Hamm's symbolic white elephant.
It is often twinned with ethnoastronomy, the anthropological study of skywatching in contemporary societies.
Bodmin is twinned with Bederkesa in Germany ; Grass Valley, in California, United States ; and Le Relecq-Kerhuon ( Ar Releg-Kerhuon in Brittany, France.
Cheddar is twinned with Felsberg, Germany and Vernouillet, France, and it has an active programme of exchange visits.
The agreement with the Kyoto Prefecture, concluded in 1994, is officially styled as a ' Friendship Link ', reflecting its status as the only region to be twinned with Edinburgh.