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Ethelbert

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Saint. ?552--616 ad, king of Kent (560--616): converted to Christianity by St Augustine; issued the earliest known code of English laws. Feast day: Feb. 24 or 25
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The open date and status above indicate when St Ethelbert's Catholic Primary School opened or when it changed to its most recent incarnation, with a number of schools converting to academies in recent years.
Ethelbert Blatter SJ, The Palms of British India and Ceylon, Indigenous and Introduced, London: Oxford University Press, 1926.
However he had a good relationship with King Ethelbert which gave him time to establish his mission in Kent.
On the arch itself, a carved figure points a sword at a serpent, but since Saint Ethelbert is not associated with dragon slaying, some historians speculate the scene was supposed to be a warning from the church.
Following his arrest, Turner resigned as a governor of St Ethelbert's Church Primary School in Ramsgate and from St Ethelbert's and Gertrude Church, where he was a warden.
After his arrest he quit as a governor of St Ethelbert's Church Primary School in Margate, Kent, and from St Ethelbert's and Gertrude Church where he was a warden.
To mark the Vimy anniversary, they laid a rose at the grave of Ethelbert "Curley" Christian at Toronto's Prospect Cemetery, in honour of the remarkable sacrifice Christian made at Vimy that continues to inspire young amputees today.
Like Ben, I seem to have spent much of my life reappraising the work of neglected figures--in my case from the 1920s and '30s --and trying to correct the balance through exhibitions and articles, reappraising the work of overlooked artists such as Adrian Allinson, Gilbert Bayes, and Ethelbert White.
Wrinkle - John Ethelbert Wrinkle, 96, of Canby, formerly of Eugene, died Aug.
Ethelbert Miller, Toni Morrison, Gordon Parks, Prince, Faith Ringgold, Nina Simone, Anna Deveare Smith, Esperanza Spalding, Henry Ossawa Tanner, Alice Walker, Kara Walker, Carrie Mae Weems, Phillis Wheatley, and August Wilson.
BLS Commissioner Ethelbert Stewart's March 1923 methodological piece titled "Trend of employment in the manufacturing industries in the United States, June, 1914, to December, 1921" compared four indexes of employment in manufacturing.
In June, Saint Ethelbert, patron saint of Hereford Cathedral (Harley 2253, art.