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Magdalen:

see Mary MagdaleneMary Magdalene
[traditionally Greek,=of Magdala], Christian saint, a woman widely venerated in Christendom. The name Madeleine is a French form of Magdalene. She appears in the New Testament as a woman whose evil spirits are cast out by Jesus, as a watcher at the Cross, as an
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ON THE MENU With fabulous Devon produce on the doorstep, a smattering of celebrity chefs and an annual food fair, the eating is good in Exeter, and the Magdalen Chapter is no exception.
Unlike many other plays of the period, no performances of Mary Magdalen have been definitively documented.
Donal Kinsella, trainer of Maudlin Magdalen She has a decent chance after her fourth at Bellewstown last week.
In 1932, it was converted into a library for the Magdalen community supporting 200 students and 35 fellows.
A statement, on behalf of Prof David Clary, president of Magdalen College, described the undergraduate as a "popular and very promising student".
30pm Feelgood Factory, Magdalen Square, Netherton, L30 5QW - 2.
The resultant piece, MAGDALEN, is based on the stories and experiences of the girls and women who were sent to "wash their sins" in a Magdalene laundry--a commercial workhouse run by several orders of nuns in the Irish Catholic Church.
Revellers were also out in force in Oxford, where students and residents enjoyed the Magdalen College Choir giving their traditional May day performance.
Eight hundred more homes and businesses on the Magdalen Islands lost power Monday afternoon, leaving a total of 3,000 customers without electricity.
11:1-2), and the woman from whom seven evils were cast out were the same Mary of Magdalen (Lk.
place-and-scaffold playing space for Mary Magdalen and the unlocalized
Radio carbon analysis at the former Leper Hospital at St Mary Magdalen in Winchester, Hampshire, has provided a date range of AD 960-1030 for a series of burials, many exhibiting evidence of leprosy.