Damaris


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Damaris

(dăm`ərĭs), in the Acts of the Apostles, woman converted at Athens.
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Meanwhile, the PSNI are concerned about Spanish national Damaris Gualdo Sanchez, 26, who may be in the Republic.
In "Halfway to Perfect" (9781936223510, 1 hour, 1 CD), Dynamonde Daniel's friend Damaris cuts back drastically on the food she eats, because other kids tease her about her weight.
About Any Subject Books Any Subject Books is a British company founded by husband and wife authors, Clive and Damaris West.
Damaris Serewicz, manager for Waterstones, Middlesbrough, says all the indications are that iPad and similar hardware will rapidly drive the UK market to follow suit.
Damaris, age 9, with Sophie and Sparkles Lacon, Illinois
CLASSICALLY-TRAINED singer Damaris Chalmers quit her theatre job to join a lighting store.
But nobody who knew Walter Garcia, 38, and his ex-girlfriend Damaris "Didi" Quiles, 35, could have imagined the horrific violence that exploded on a quiet suburban street Thursday morning in this foothill neighborhood.
Also as part of the birthday celebrations, Damaris Turl has created an exclusive vintage bra for her Mimi Holliday range.
Damaris Candelaria, and Gricel Candelaria; 13 great-grandchildren, 1 great-great-grandson, as well as many nieces and nephews, friends and relatives.
16:1-2), Mary Magdalene, Theda, Philip's daughters (Acts 21:8), Tabitha (Acts 9:36), Lydia (Acts 16), Damaris (Acts 17:34), Chloe (1 Cor 1:11), Claudia (2 Tim.