Crescens


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Crescens

(krĕs`ənz), in the New Testament, companion of Paul, a missionary in Galatia.
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Hisce nostris autem temporibus, uti omnes norunt, crescens semper in dies matrimonialium causarum numerus, praesertim in nonnullis orbis terrarum regionibus, ob gravem defectum discretionis iudicii et/vel incapacitatem ob causas naturae psychicae adsumendi atque adimplendi obligationes matrimonii essentiales, grave constituit pro Ecclesia catholica problema circa sanctitatem ac stabilitatem vinculi matrimonialis.
A gravestone for a man called Crescens was the first Roman gravestone found for 170 years in which country?
Molecular diagnosis of disseminated adiaspiromycosis due to Emmonsia crescens. J Clin Microbiol.
Clodius Crescens, | mil(es) leg(ionis) III Aug(ustae), | Clodia Vitalis, fili(a), | matri karissimae, | (et) C.
Crescens, his accuser, 'publicly bears witness against us in matters which he does not understand' and is 'thoroughly depraved and far worse than the illiterate' for assailing him without having read the teachings of Christ.
The artefact was for a man called Crescens, a bodyguard for the governor who ran the province of Britain for the Roman Emperor.
19A gravestone for a man called Crescens has excited archaeologists as it is the first Roman gravestone found for 170 years in which country?
CHECK US OUT: Dutch; brothers Pierre and Crescens Akkermans model the new tartan at Crieff; PHILHANNAH
His intellectual opponents included the heretic Marcionites and Valentinians, and the pagan Cynic Crescens. The last, worsted in debate, took revenge by denouncing him to the authorities as a Christian.
Lombard-Jourdan explains that the Latin term for toad, buffo, "eveille aussitot pour nous le souvenir de ces bufurdi, 'behourdis,' 'bourdis,' (espagnol et portugais boffordo), feux qu'on allumait traditionnellement en mars, lors de la fete equinoxiale." She adds that "Bufurdum devait avoir un sens voisin de crescens, 'croissant.' L'horreur qu'il inspirait aux chretiens provoqua un calembour facile: on decomposa le mot en bufo horridus," 35.
1.7.22, vel quod adhuc crescens et rude carmen erat, where I believe (following Hinds, "Booking" 22-23) that Ovid alludes to the chaos account in the Metamorphoses and so equates the unfinished Metamorphoses with the rude state of chaos, for further discussion of Ovid's use of rudis in the context of literary composition see Harries.
Peregrinus; Justin's report that Crescens, responsible for Justin's martyrdom, needed to prove that he was not a Christian; Aelius Aristides; Origen's defence of Christian open-air preaching by appeal to Cynic precedents (c.Cels.