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Thaddeus

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New Testament one of the 12 apostles (Matthew 10:3; Mark 3:18), traditionally identified with Jude
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The six victims this weekend were among residents who had refused to leave last year when the safety zone was established, he said, adding that many who stayed believed in old customs that requires their presence to keep lava from destroying villages, Thadeus said.
Miller of Morrisburg had the pleasure to run across Thadeus M.
Authors wish to thank Messrs John Waduma and Thadeus Ngonyani the Senior Technicians of the Food Science and Technology Laboratory, Sokoine University of Agriculture for assisting in the dehulling of samples.
5 (1934) 3,000 Mississippi school children from throughout the state deposited a small bit of earth brought from their homes on the school grounds at Kosciusko, duplicating a mound near Krakow, Poland, in honor of Thadeus Kosciusko.
Father Thadeus Nguyen Van Ly was accused of founding a new political party in Vietnam and of coordinating with groups outside the country to promote change in the Communist country.
Led by Thadeus Morelle, their "Redeemer," they convince trusting slaves to run away from their masters only to murder them and collect the bounty on the escapees.
Ted Putbress ponders this question as he chats with partner in crime, Glenn Folworski, the driving forces behind the innovative Chicago-based Thadeus Project.
Thadeus Staples of Woodley Avenue, Rhos-on-Sea, said Mark would take ecstasy tablets "like he was taking sweets.
John Thadeus Delane, editor of The Times in the 1840s, when it was being lambasted for its racist attitudes to the Irish, was of Irish extraction, and Punch's chief cartoonist John Leech, who contributed damning indictments of O'Connell, Young Ireland, and Irish ingratitude, was Irish on his father's side.
His motives for this crime open the door into the mystery fueling the plot of this book, for as his son discovers, Kretzschmar was actually born as Thadeus Dreyer but won the name--and safety--in a chess game on a train that was to take him to the front, fighting for the German army in World War I.
That new criminal class includes Father Thadeus Nguyen Van Ly, a Catholic priest, sentenced in October 2001 to 15 years in prison for peacefully expressing his religious and political beliefs.
Upstairs in the castle's Bloody Chapel legend has it that the Tadhg O'Carroll slit the throat of his brother, the priest Thadeus as he knelt in prayer.