Helvetian

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Helvetian

1. another word for Swiss
2. a native or citizen of Switzerland
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Helvetic Airways' CEO Bruno Jans said: "SR Technics is well known for having the same values as Helvetic.
BEIRUT: The Helvetic Republic, aka Switzerland, is historically a zebra-less zone.
We are delighted to partner with Helvetic and provide them with the service they require for two months over the busy summer period, said Sd Hammad, Flybe s chief executive.
Based in Zurich, Switzerland, Helvetic Airways offers scheduled and charter flights to 34 destinations in Europe and North Africa.
Neither the Welsh Government nor Cardiff Airport would comment on the withdrawal of Helvetic while due-diligence was ongoing.
the decrees of the first four ecumenical councils, the Augsburg Confession, and the Helvetic Confession).
At the moment the creatures can be touched and fed at the Southbank Centre | TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19: Baggage carts make their way past a Helvetic Airways aircraft from which about $50 million worth of diamonds were stolen on the Tarmac of Brussels international airport.
05pm Helvetic Airways plane bound for Zurich was packed with passengers and minutes from take-off when the drama began.
According to authorities, a group of eight men cut a hole in a perimeter security fence, drove out to the tarmac and removed diamonds possibly worth hundreds of millions of dollars from the cargo of a Helvetic Airways' Fokker 100 jet operating for Swiss International Airlines.
The plane that was supposed to transport the diamonds was operated by Helvetic Airways.
Although it does not know of reception of the Holy Spirit in chrismation, the Second Helvetic Confession, just three years later, does refer to sealing of baptismal gifts in a lovely passage that includes this: "For baptism once received does continue all a man's life, and is a perpetual sealing of our adoption unto us" (1999, p.