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Gentile

1
Giovanni . 1875--1944, Italian Idealist philosopher and Fascist politician: minister of education (1922--24)

Gentile

2
1. a person who is not a Jew
2. a Christian, as contrasted with a Jew
3. a person who is not a member of one's own church: used esp by Mormons
4. a heathen or pagan
5. of or relating to a race or religion that is not Jewish
6. Christian, as contrasted with Jewish
7. not being a member of one's own church: used esp by Mormons
8. pagan or heathen
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PIA is pleased to recognize the many accomplishments of Jon Gentile in his Capitol Hill advocacy for PIA members," said Becker.
The Gospels narrate Jesus' theological engagement with, for example, the "Samaritan Woman at the Well" (Jn 4), the "Syro-Phoenician woman" (Mk 7:24-30), and the Gentile cities of the Decapolis, but overall Jesus' prophetic message was aimed at the "lost sheep of the house of Israel" (Mt 15:24 NRSV, used throughout).
We believe there are great synergies and great opportunity by bringing these three associations together and now is the right time to do so," Gentile said.
Gentile is survived by a daughter, Roxanne Gentile and her husband, Richard Gonsalves, of Providence, R.
Gentile says, "Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's is consuming work.
Officer Terrence Nemeth told the Tampa Bay Times that Gentile denied knowing how the illegal drugs got into her car, and that they administered a breathalyzer after noticing her slurred speech, smell of alcohol and watery, bloodshot eyes.
As Paul reminds his readers in Galatians 3, the risen Jesus is just as much a Gentile as a Jew, as much a slave as a free person, even as much a woman as a man.
Furthermore, the main representatives of Italian neo-Idealism, that is to say Croce and Gentile, were affected by ideological-political factors: liberal in the case of the former and Fascist in the latter.
Gentile will be responsible for the implementation of the firm's compliance infrastructure, as well as its written supervisory procedures, internal and financial controls and procedures.
According to his lawyer and friend Michele Andreano, Claudio Gentile, who was born in Dhara, Libya in September 1953, was pleasantly surprised by the warm welcome he received from the Libyan people, in his first trip to Libya for 50 years, last February.
Gentile is widely remembered as the "philosopher of fascism," providing Mussolini's regime with its most coherent theoretical defense and serving it loyally until he was murdered by a group of anti-fascist partisans in 1944, ironically after leaving a tribunal in Florence where he argued for the release of certain anti-fascist thinkers (Gregor).
Gentile argued that hookah smoke, which contains tar and carbon monoxide, could be just as dangerous as cigarettes.