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Wesley

1. Charles. 1707--88, English Methodist preacher and writer of hymns
2. his brother, John. 1703--91, English preacher, who founded Methodism
3. Mary, pseudonym of Mary Aline Siepmann. 1912--2003, British writer: her novels include The Camomile Lawn (1984) and An Imaginative Experience (1994)
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On behalf of the staff and clients of Wesley, I want to thank the Green Mountain Energy Sun Club for this generous gift in support of our mission, said Linda Flores Olson, president and CEO of Wesley Community Center.
Wesley was arrested after he changed the story of the day Sherin went missing.
John Wesley preached there a year later and declared the Yarm Chapel "by far the most elegant in England".
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Wesley successfully appealed the conviction, and the case was returned to Lane County Circuit Court for further review and a possible retrial.
When he plays at his own level and is fully match fit, which he is now, Wesley is a player who brings something extra.
As the founder of Methodism, John Wesley is portrayed on countless souvenirs, notably those by Josiah Wedgwood and when his business declined, by Enoch Wood, who rose to prominence among the Staffordshire potters.
But unlike the popular Viz cartoon character, life for Wesley isn't filled with scrotum-based adventures.
From that horror, the 22-year-old Wesley said she gained strength.
John Wesley argues, however, that love reigns as the supreme Christian theological and ethical category.