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Alban

Saint. 3rd century ad, the first English martyr. He was beheaded by the Romans on the site on which St Alban's Abbey now stands, for admitting his conversion to Christianity. Feast day: June 17
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Yn y gem arall sy'n cynnwys tim o Gymru, bydd pencampwyr Uwch Gynghrair Cymru dros y pum tymor diwethaf, Y Seintiau Newydd, yn teithio i'r Alban i herio Forfar Athletic.
The 5-foot-10 Alban fired 19 points, including 10 in the fourth period, in the Pirates' 69-66 upset of the Heavy Bombers.
The publication of the entire extant correspondence held in the Berg Archive of the Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek--including Helene's letters to Alban as well as Alban's to Helene--is definitely to be welcomed.
According to the Independent, Alban is to be replaced by an ambassador charged with ending the long running saga.
Fue asi como Leopoldo Barres, al frente de un escuadron militar, arrebato a los lugarenos el control de los monumentos, que estabilizo con tecnicas de ingenieria; en Monte Alban encontro algunas estelas que traslado al DF.
Brother Alban returned in 1969 as headteacher becoming a well known and widely respected Catholic head, and stayed until his retirement in 1990.
It is not a comprehensive theological summa, although Kevin Alban argues that the book is of broader usefulness than merely a refutation of heresy.
Also included is a translation from the Latin of Passion of Saint Alban by William of St.
Alban presents twenty-one pieces fiction and non-fiction all of which participate in the feast.
Alban Muller Group is supplying high tech active ingredients and fusing resources from the plant world with up-to-date technology for cosmetic products.
Earthquakes that shake Rome and gradually degrade its ancient structures typically originate in one of two places: the Alban Hills region, about 25 kilometers southeast of the city, or the Central Apennines, a mountain range about 90 km to the east.
Perched atop an artificially leveled plateau, Monte Alban was founded some five hundred years before the birth of Christ and in its heyday rivaled the Maya wonders of Chichen Itza and Palenque.