Alphonsus


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Alphonsus

(al-fon -sŭs, -zŭs) See table at craters.

Alphonsus

[al′fän·səs]
(astronomy)
A moon crater.
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Alphonsus remains as one of the most popular Italian saints to this day.
However, Orange Order and Catholic leaders have been working behind the scenes to break an impasse over St Alphonsus.
It's just a few weeks since a young man was jailed for spitting on a priest outside St Alphonsus.
Andrew Cosentino, vice president of the neurosciences institute and rehabilitation and performance medicine at Swedish Health System in Seattle, will lead the flagship hospital of Saint Alphonsus Health System.
Some scholars have overconfidently assigned Alphonsus to Peele on the basis of diction and parallel passages alone (the evidence, while suggestive, is not conclusive).
When at St Alphonsus, she competed in many sports including cricket and netball and has represented Middlesbrough at cross country.
He was canonized in 1888 by Pope Leo XIII with his bosom friend, Alphonsus Rodriguez.
Currently, we have over 1,600 Indian students in the Netherlands and aim to increase numbers of Indian students and teachers studying, researching, and teaching in the Netherlands and vice versa," said Alphonsus Stoelinga, Ambassador of the Netherlands.
Today we observe the 400th death anniversary of a great Jesuit Saint Alphonsus Rodriguez (1531-1617).
Other members in Life Flight Network are Legacy Emanuel Medical Center, Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center and Oregon Health & Science University.
Her father Alphonsus d'Abreu was a pioneering heart surgeon at Birmingham Children's Hospital until his death in the 1970s.
Dundalk Friday Going POLYTRACK: STANDARD STAR PERFORMER Alphonsus (7.00) won a good maiden quite decisively and looks set for better things.