Moravian


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Moravian

1. of or relating to Moravia, its people, or their dialect of Czech
2. of or relating to the Moravian Church
3. the Moravian dialect
4. a native or inhabitant of Moravia
5. a member of the Moravian Church
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Charles Williams, The missionary gazetteer: Comprising a geographical and statistical account of the various stations of the Church, London, Moravian, Wesleyan, Baptist, and American missionary societies, etc.
Moravian millers, smiths, tanners, and other craftsmen and women, whose wages were set by the church, produced finished products for sale in the frontier economy.
Rebecca's story has remained largely unknown to North Americans because she lived most of her life in the little-known Danish Atlantic world as well as in Moravian communities in Germany.
The properties are located near Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pa.
The program's second half was a bit of a puzzler, with Moravian duets by Dvorak, orchestrated by Fischer and sung in Czech by soprano Carolyn Betty and mezzo-soprano Kelley O'Connor, preceding each of three selections from Smetana's ``Ma Vlast'' (``My Fatherland''): ``From Bohemia's Meadows and Forests,'' ``Sarka'' and ``The Moldau.
This disc continues New World Records' fascinating series of music originating from or associated with North Carolina's Moravian communities.
Count Nicholas Ludwig von Zinzendorf- the eighteenth-century leader and theologian of the Moravian Church, which was renewed on his Saxon estate, and a pioneer of the modem mission movement-also pioneered both ecumenical relationships and ecumenical experiments.
xii-xiii) She makes extensive use of manuscript sources from a variety of missionary societies, including the Baptist, London, Moravian, and Wesleyan Methodist missionary societies.
in Accounting from Moravian College and has served as an instructor at the New York University School of Continuing Education.
HART - Implementation services related to acquisition and skidding using machines wielooperacyjnych in the stands przedrebnych in rangeries Jankowo, Pucko, Rurzyca, streams, Zalom, Wielgowo, Moravian, Bacznik.
One of the longest-running such observances will be the Moravian Easter Sunrise Service in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, held since 1772.