Joachim


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Joachim

1. Joseph . 1831--1907, Hungarian violinist and composer
2. Saint. 1st century bc, traditionally the father of the Virgin Mary; feast day: July 25 or Sept. 9
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Mid of Joachim Gauck shaking hands with Indian leaders and officials
Joachim claimed that she suffered a major facial laceration that tore partially through one of her lower eyelids and into her cheek.
President Joachim Guck of the Federal Republic of Germany on the occasion of Germany's Day of National Unity.
A resident of Manhattan, Joachim is a graduate of the University of Miami and Baruch College's Zicklin School of Business.
Joachim Catholic Men's Organization is a diocesan organization with sections in several local parishes.
SPEAKER: Aubrey Joachim, left, and Adrian Evans, Teesside University''s Business School''s Director of Corporate Programmes, and, bottom, some of the audience at the conference
After Joachim scored, the hosts could have doubled their lead after 26 minutes when his cross found the head of White, who forced another good stop from Beckwith.
Veteran Joachim showed great awareness in the 26th minute to open the scoring.
Joachim, born in Sri Lanka, also created a record during his wedding when his nuptial knot was attended by 79 bridesmaids and 47 groomsmen, setting world record for highest number of each at one ceremony.
THE FIRST COPERNICAN: Georg Joachim Rheticus and the Rise of the Copernican Revolution DENNIS DANIELSON
Joachim claimed Boston's third and then fourth, with a fierce 15-yard shot high past Russell in the final minute.
Julian Joachim may find himself surplus to requirements at Leeds United, paving the way for a permanent move to Walsall