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Ambrose

Saint. ?340--397 ad, bishop of Milan; built up the secular power of the early Christian Church; also wrote music and Latin hymns. Feast day: Dec. 7 or April 4
1. Curtly ('k3:tlI). born 1963, Antiguan cricketer; played for the West Indies 1987--2000
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CPL: reference to Saliou (1990), 286, note 8, who does not deem Ambrosian authorship impossible.
A former academic theologian and Biblical scholar, who served from 1989 to 2007 as prefect of the Ambrosian Library in Milan, Cardinal Ravasi has been noted for his work encouraging dialogue between believers and non-believers and his "outreach" to science.
The Ambrosian Codex, reputedly the most authoritative, says the queen was shown three images; she asked for the Santo Nino but left empty-handed, and Magellan later presented her with it.
Magellan's voyage around the world: the original text of the Ambrosian M.
It'd do well to last as long as the Golden Ambrosian Republic.
And book now for the famous Ambrosian Carnival next spring.
From there she joined the Ambrosian Singers, performing with them on the soundtrack of El Cid, starring Charlton Heston, in 1961.
Do try to see at least two of the top four -- The Ambrosian Art Gallery, The Sforza Castle's Art Gallery, Brera Art Gallery and the Leonardo da Vinci Science and Technology Museum.
The chants of the Ambrosian offertory: the antiphons "after the Gospel" and the offerendae.
Sometimes known as the Ambrosian Hymn, the Te Deum is an early Christian Latin text praising God.
41) But his uses of "Ambrosian" (which antedate the earliest OED citations) do not endure, despite his efforts to support the innovation contextually: "Nectar to life, thou sweet Ambrosian feast" and "an Ambrosian bowle, " / The Nectar deaw.
John Chrysostom and end with a discussion of their attitude toward music, discovered most of the time only in their literary writings, with the exception of the Ambrosian Chants.