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Julian

known as Julian the Apostate; Latin name Flavius Claudius Julianus. 331--363 ad, Roman emperor (361--363), who attempted to revive paganism in the Roman empire while remaining tolerant to Christians and Jews
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gives Eric a light-up toy to distract him and promises Julian that he will be taken care of once Trump wins the election.
He wrote: "My grandson, Julian Alessandro Cadman, is missing.
Julian Construction owns its own company and is built on a "no middlemen" model - no salesmen, no subcontractors.
Scharnhorst does lay a foundation for Julian as a womanizer from the time he was a student at Harvard; but curiously, almost no subsequent evidence emerges in the coverage of his long life.
Cilcain Community Council expressed their sorrow at the loss of Julian, saying he was a highly respected member who had been chairman on a number of occasions.
Margery Kempe came to visit Julian around 1414 and speaks of her as an expert who gave good counsel.
The walk - on a line of webbing just one inch wide - took Julian 40 minutes.
Julian says: "I'm feeling in awe and amazement that we have four babies.
His book on Julian reflects this intellectual trajectory: its initial approach to the text is more characteristic of the methodology of analytic philosophy and systematic theology than of the interdisciplinary, contextualizing approach used by medievalist scholars of Julian.
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Pan of Julian Assange on Balcony of Ecuador Embassy
Post punk icon turned acclaimed author on the megalithic sites of ancient Britain and beyond, Julian H Cope, as he styles himself and as he was introduced tonight, is back.