Theophilus

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Theophilus

(thēŏf`ĭləs), person to whom St. Luke's Gospel and the Acts of the Apostles are addressed.

Theophilus

(th'ee-off -ă-lŭs) See table at craters.
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See Theophila, supra note 49, at 2876 (describing increase in ATS litigation against corporations following Unocal decision).
The second dialogue features two abstract characters, Theophila, easily identifiable with Morata, and Philotima, easily identifiable with Lavinia.
Celo materno en Stagmomantis theophila Rehn, 1904, y un listado de las especies de Mantodea conocidas para Colombia.
En 1904 RHEN describe a Stagmomantis theophila por un [masculinidad] procedente de Turrialba, Costa Rica, y depositado en el Instituto Smithsoniano (H.