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Ambrose

Saint. ?340--397 ad, bishop of Milan; built up the secular power of the early Christian Church; also wrote music and Latin hymns. Feast day: Dec. 7 or April 4
1. Curtly ('k3:tlI). born 1963, Antiguan cricketer; played for the West Indies 1987--2000
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Agamben begins and ends The Open by asking us to contemplate the strange animal-headed images of transformed human bodies at the messianic banquet of the righteous that are found the Ambrosian Hebrew Bible.
--CPL: reference to Saliou (1990), 286, note 8, who does not deem Ambrosian authorship impossible.
You may have heard of Gregorian chant, but did you know there are many forms of chant, including Ambrosian and Byzantine chant?
In the online news site of Sale della Comunita (an association of movie theaters, which is located in different provinces within the Ambrosian Diocese and handles film selection and distribution), one of the female critics, Arianna Prevedello, assertively stated:
21 Inferiore of the Ambrosian Library in Milan, taking into account other manuscripts, which are described and evaluated in the introduction.
Moved by the sight, chaplain Andres de Vera sang the Ambrosian Hymn.
Hoffman, director of Ambrosian Associates in Pastoral Counseling in Spencer, said in a letter to Mr.
A former academic theologian and Biblical scholar, who served from 1989 to 2007 as prefect of the Ambrosian Library in Milan, Cardinal Ravasi has been noted for his work encouraging dialogue between believers and non-believers and his "outreach" to science.
The Ambrosian Codex, reputedly the most authoritative, says the queen was shown three images; she asked for the Santo Nino but left empty-handed, and Magellan later presented her with it.
Magellan's voyage around the world: the original text of the Ambrosian M.S., with English translation, notes, bibliography and index, Arthur H.
It'd do well to last as long as the Golden Ambrosian Republic.
And book now for the famous Ambrosian Carnival next spring.