Roman philosopher: see BoethiusBoethius
, Boetius
, or Boece
(Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius), c.475–525, Roman philosopher and statesman. An honored figure in the public life of Rome, where he was consul in 510, he became the able minister of the Emperor Theodoric.
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It was disappointing from City and Ederson miscontrolled Jones' punt upfield to give Jean-Paul Boetius a sniff of goal before the Brazilian snuffed out the danger with a great tackle.
It means Michiel Kramer will probably lead the line, flanked by two men in Jean-Paul Boetius and Steven Berghuis who are both in rich scoring nick.
52), alors qu'a Vigo, le Celta avait ete surpris par l'ouverture du score par Jean-Paul Boetius (10e) avant de marquer trois buts de suite.
Jean-Paul Boetius headed Genk into a 10th minute lead in Spain but Celta hit back quickly as Pione Sisto, Iago Aspas and John Guidetti made it 3-1 before halftime.
1) For an extensive account of the attack, its background, and aftermath, see Maria-Pia Boetius, Heder och samvete: Sverige och andra varldskriget, 2nd edn, Stockholm: Ordfront forlag, 1999, pp40-6.
Engraved by such masters as Philips Galle, Hendrick Goltzius, Boetius a Bolswert, and Jan, Hieronymus, and Antoon Wierix, among others, these prints served to mobilize the votary's sensitive and intellective faculties, harnessing them to the task of restoring the soul's likeness to Christ the Word made flesh.
40) At the top of the glossary, Dugdale wrote 'Divers Scotch wordes alphabetically disposed (w<hi>ch were collected out of the translation of Hector Boetius set forth by Io.
Boethius, who refers to himself in the original simply as ego, is here variously called Mod ("Mind"), Boetius, and ic ("I").
from classical antiquity and the names of Plato, Aristotle, Seneca, and Boetius.
Youthful forwards Jean-Paul Boetius and Quincy Promes - who have a cap each - will not be on the plane to Brazil, while uncapped midfielder Tonny Vilhena is the final name to be excluded from Van Gl's final selection.
Van Gl, who is in his second spell as national coach having been sacked when they failed to reach the 2002 World Cup finals, dashed five players' dreams of making the squad as he left out Karim Rekik, Tonny Vilhena, Quincy Promes, Jean-Paul Boetius and Jeroen Zoet.
Fraser, Kelly, Holt, McKenzie Holland: Hahn, Te Wierik, Van Beek, Rekik, Ake, Ebecilio, Promes, Vilhena (Ziyech 75), Castaignos, van Ginkel (Maher 81), Boetius (John 75).