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life and Saint
Saint Ambrose, Bishop of Milan, certainly did not found religious orders, though he took an interest in the monastic life and watched over its beginnings in his diocese, providing for the needs of a monastery outside the walls of Milam, as Saint Augustine recounts in his Confessions.
Many artists, including Martin Schongauer, Hieronymus Bosch, Dorothea Tanning, Max Ernst, and Salvador Dalí, have depicted these incidents from the life of Anthony ; in prose, the tale was retold and embellished by Gustave Flaubert in The Temptation of Saint Anthony.
It is possible that he suffered a speech impediment of some kind, but this depends on a phrase in the introduction to his verse life of Saint Cuthbert.
Bruno spent much time at the monastery where Adalbert had become a monk and where abbot John Canaparius may have written a life of Saint Adalbert.
For example, on Saint Lucia, harvesting mangrove for timber and clearing for fishing reduced the mangrove forests, resulting in a loss of habitat and spawning grounds for marine life that was unique to the area.
Mainland European sources rarely concern themselves with affairs in Britain, and even less commonly with events in northern Britain, but the life of Saint Cathróe of Metz, a work of hagiography written in Germany at the end of the 10th century, provides plausible details of the saint's early life in north Britain.
Some see the qualities of Cernunnos subsumed into the life of Saint Ciarán of Saighir, one of the Twelve Apostles of Ireland.
* 1294 – Saint Celestine V resigns the papacy after only five months ; Celestine hoped to return to his previous life as an ascetic hermit.
Saint Dominic established a religious community in Toulouse in 1214, to be governed by the rule of St. Augustine and statutes to govern the life of the friars, including the Primitive Constitution.
: The Rosary of Mary is the principle and foundation on which the very Order of Saint Dominic rests for making perfect the life of its members and obtaining the salvation of others.
* The life and letters of St. Francis Xavier Francis Xavier, Saint, 1506-1552 Coleridge, Henry James, 1822-1893 London: Burns and Oates, ( 1872 )
The Old Norse Bartholomeus saga postola, an account of the life of Saint Bartholomew dating from the 13th century, mentions a " Queen Hel.
However, Hesychasts who are living as hermits might have a very rare attendance at the Divine Liturgy ( see the life of Saint Seraphim of Sarov ) and might not recite the Divine Office except by means of the Jesus Prayer ( attested practice on Mt Athos ).
One must regard as a true pope one who in teaching and life most nearly follows Jesus and Saint Peter.
She had built a life with her husband Gerald Frederick " Fred " Peterson ( who was a doctor ) and three daughters from Zimbabwe to Saint Paul, Minnesota, having assumed the alias Sara Jane Olson ; the surname chosen being one of the most common names in Minnesota due to the large decent of Scandinavian-Americans.
Lust, according to Saint Augustine, is an overindulgence, but to love and be loved is what he has sought for his entire life.
Northumberland's patron saint, Saint Cuthbert, was a monk and later Abbot of the monastery, and his miracles and life are recorded by the Venerable Bede.
Much of what is known of Louis's life comes from Jean de Joinville's famous Life of Saint Louis.
The concept of a united family that lives and progresses forever is at the core of Latter-day Saint doctrine, and Mormons place a high importance on family life.
The details of Saint Matilda's life come largely from brief mentions in the Res gestae saxonicae of the monastic historian Widukind of Corvey ( c. 925 – 973 ), and from two sacred biographies ( the vita antiquior and vita posterior ) written, respectively, circa 974 and circa 1003.
In Latter-day Saint theology, the angel Gabriel lived in his mortal life as the patriarch Noah.
In Petrarch, this attitude is coupled with an aspiration for a virtuous Christian life, and on reaching the summit, he took from his pocket a volume by his beloved mentor, Saint Augustine, that he always carried with him.

life and Dunstan
After the 1174 fire in Canterbury Cathedral, Ælfheah's remains together with those of Dunstan were placed around the high altar, at which Thomas Becket is said to have commended his life into Ælfheah's care shortly before his martyrdom during the Becket controversy.
The earliest such source is a life of Dunstan by Osbern of Canterbury, probably written in the 1080s.
When Eadmer wrote a life of Dunstan some decades later, he included an account of Edward's parentage obtained from Nicholas of Worcester.
The Abbey Church was enlarged in the 10th century by the Abbot of Glastonbury, Saint Dunstan, the central figure in the 10th-century revival of English monastic life.
It is the first installment of the Deptford Trilogy and is a story of the life of the narrator, Dunstan Ramsay.
1. The story of Dunstan ( then called Dunstable ) Ramsay ’ s life begins in 1908 when Ramsay is 10 years old.
He writes to prove to the headmaster that he has in fact led a rich and full life, in his own way, which Dunstan describes as being ‘ cast by Fate and my own character for the vital though never glorious role of Fifth Business !” ( 9 ).
That Christmas proves to be the undoing of the Stauntons, and by the time Dunstan arrives for dinner, Boy has stormed off, Leola is crying, and the kids are traumatized for life.
Dunstan is sure the nurse has read this note, and possibly told the children, but he has the unfortunate duty of helping Leola return to life, as Boy has disappeared on a drinking binge and does not return for many weeks.
She suggests that Dunstan is suffering from the " revenge of the unlived life ": the guilt he feels over events in his life have prevented him from truly living it: he still agonizes over Mary Dempster's condition, and he's never realized just how good he was to accept Leola as a friend when she rejected him in favour of Boy, and even to accept Boy who insisted on mocking him for losing out in their love triangle.
Liesl suggests that Dunstan has “ never led a real life ,” and that his role in life is that of “ Fifth Business .” Dunstan then makes love to Liesl, and despite her unattractive appearance, he calls it the most healing experience of his life.
The prominence of matriarchs in Dunstan's life can be linked to Freud's Oedipus Complex ( Dunstan loves Diana and Mrs. Dempster, despite their motherly positions in his life ).
For Dunstan Ramsay, religion and morality are immediate certainties in life, and the events of the novel show how moral lapses have a way of ‘ snowballing ’ and coming back to haunt one.
* Mary Dempster — Ten years older than the narrator, Dunstan Ramsay, she plays a pivotal role in his life where she assumes saint-like proportions despite being held in an insane asylum.
The abbey church was enlarged in the tenth century by the Abbot of Glastonbury, Saint Dunstan, the central figure in the tenth-century revival of English monastic life, who instituted the Benedictine Rule at Glastonbury.
He is recognised for his role in reinvigorating the social, artistic and cultural life of South Australia during his nine years in office, remembered as the Dunstan Decade.

life and composed
Baryonic matter is matter composed mostly of baryons ( by mass ), which includes atoms of any sort ( and thus includes nearly all matter that may be encounterd or experienced in everyday life, including our bodies ).
The questionnaire, composed of fifty items, was designed to elicit basic information about the nature of the land and the life of its peoples.
( Meyers 23-24 ) It is composed of seven total books, including Pietas in Patriam: the life of His Excellency Sir William Phips, originally published anonymously in London in 1697.
Stephen Baxter has imagined perhaps some of the most unusual exotic life-forms in his Xeelee series of novels and stories, including supersymmetric photino-based life that congregate in the gravity wells of stars, entities composed of quantum wave functions, and the Qax, who thrive in any form of convection cells, from swamp gas to the atmospheres of gas giants.
During the first millennium BCE in India, many texts were composed which attempted to codify aspects of daily life.
The best-known example of Gematria is the Hebrew word Chai (" life "), which is composed of two letters which ( using the assignments in the Mispar gadol table shown below ) add up to 18.
Thus began one of the most productive periods in Telemann's life: during his tenure at Eisenach he composed a wealth of instrumental music ( sonatas and concertos ), and numerous sacred works, which included four or five complete annual cycles of church cantatas, 50 German and Italian cantatas, and some 20 serenatas.
The work was composed in three major periods of his life.
He composed and played several songs inspired by the life style of Mexico City, like " Dengue Universitario " and " Mambo Universitario " dedicated to the UNAM ; " Guada Guadalupe ", " Lupita " and " Norma la de Guadalajara " inspired by Mexican women ; and " Mambo del Ruletero ", where he names different neighborhoods of the city.
Their expected useful life is only as long as the wire they are composed of and if used in severe climates ( such as shore-side in a salt water environment ) must be made of appropriate corrosion-resistant wire.
She also composed the libretto for the opera Margaret Garner ( 2005 ), based on the life and trial of an enslaved woman who escaped with her family across the river.
This poem is notable by the fact that it was composed prior to Biko's death, yet already the poet was inspired enough by Biko's life to recognize him as a martyr.
When the Nazis placed Stravinsky's works on the list of " Entartete Musik ", he lodged a formal appeal to establish his Russian genealogy and declared, " I loathe all communism, Marxism, the execrable Soviet monster, and also all liberalism, democratism, atheism, etc .." Towards the end of his life, at Craft's behest, Stravinsky made a return visit to his native country and composed a cantata in Hebrew, travelling to Israel for its performance.
These years shaped his future life: he composed for his fellow students who performed everything he composed, he decided to become a college professor and in 1959 he married his first wife, a fellow student, Georganna Towne.
Gunther Schuller wrote, " Ellington composed incessantly to the very last days of his life.
Other works include Trilogy of Desire, which was based on the life of the Chicago streetcar tycoon Charles Tyson Yerkes and composed of The Financier ( 1912 ), The Titan ( 1914 ), and The Stoic.
Jack Kingsbury and Hans Dieter Betz see the sermon as composed of theological themes, e. g. righteousness or way of life.
The 19th century composer Louis-Albert Bourgault-Ducoudray composed an eponymous 1872 opera based on da Gama's life and exploits at sea.
As well, his life was represented in a theatrical dance production by Stephan Mazurek called Egon Schiele, presented in May 1995, for which Rachel's, an American post-rock group, composed a score titled Music for Egon Schiele.
Throughout his life, Denver recorded and released approximately 300 songs, about 200 of which he composed.
As is typical of arthropods adapted to life on land, each leg has only a single walking branch composed of five segments, without the gill branches found in some other arthropods.
In 1868 / 9 he composed the opera Boris Godunov, about the life of the Russian tsar, but it was rejected by the Mariinsky Opera.
The major works of the last years of Strauss's life, written in his late 70s and 80s, have a luminosity which matches anything he had composed earlier in his life, and they surpass most of them in emotional depth.

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