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Cleophas

(klē`ōfəs), in the New Testament, husband of one of the Marys who stood at the foot of the Cross. This is apparently Mary the mother of St. James the Less, but the father of James the Less is Alphaeus. An explanation is that Cleophas is the Aramaic form and Alphaeus the Greek form of the same name. Some identify CleopasCleopas
, in the New Testament, one of the two who met the risen Jesus on the way to Emmaus. Perhaps the same as Cleophas.
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As the course of this tale requires that we should become acquainted, somewhere hereabouts, with a few particulars connected with the domestic economy of Mr Sampson Brass, and as a more convenient place than the present is not likely to occur for that purpose, the historian takes the friendly reader by the hand, and springing with him into the air, and cleaving the same at a greater rate than ever Don Cleophas Leandro Perez Zambullo and his familiar travelled through that pleasant region in company, alights with him upon the pavement of Bevis Marks.
Alex Juma and Cleophas Sichei were taken to court under tight security.
Some party members want Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala and nominated MP Godfrey Osotsi punished for openly criticising their party leader Mr Musalia Mudavadi for skipping Nasa leader Raila Odinga's 'swearing in' ceremony at Uhuru Park on January 30.
Joseph's brother Cleophas, otherwise known as Alpheus, who was married to a sister of the Blessed Mother.
Led by neophyte Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malaia, the NASA leaders denounced Kenyatta's administration as illegitimate, daring the state to arrest them.
The summons is important: Father Cleophas wants the brothers to undertake a highly suspect mission.
Zaric GS, Bravata DM, Cleophas Holty JE, McDonald KM, Owens DK, Brandeau ML.
Lachmandas E, van den Heuvel CN, Damen MS, Cleophas MC, Netea MG, van Crevel R.
13 ) When, at the opening of the thirty-third chapter of The Old Curiosity Shop, the narrator changes the focus from Mrs Jarley to Sampson Brass, the switch is not accomplished by simple juxtaposition, but a movement of rapid, magical travel: "the historian takes the friendly reader by the hand, and springing with him into the air, and cleaving the same at a greater rate than ever Don Cleophas Leandro Perez Zambullo and his familiar travelled through that pleasant region in company, alights with him upon the pavement of Bevis Marks" (250).
Byline: Roland Tolulope Loto, Cleophas Akintoye Loto, Abimbola Patricia Popoola and William Kupolati
According to Tina Choegoe it is due to Small's efforts that her husband, the murderer Marthinus Choegoe, escaped the executioner's noose in the mid-1970s (see Cleophas 31).
Cleophas, "Food impaction in a duodenal diverticulum as an unusual cause of biliary obstruction: case reports and review of the literature," European Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, vol.