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d. 1085, pope (1073–85), an Italian (b. near Rome) named Hildebrand (Ital. Ildebrando); successor of Alexander II. He was one of the greatest popes. Feast: May 25.
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Something that the Heartland News will help improve is communication--"the ability for these communities to reach out to their neighbors," Hildebrand said.
+- 1.8 H (Hildebrand Method); the smaller the difference, the better the solubility I'1 is the solubility of solvent and I'2 is the solubility of the polymer [1, 2].
A police car at the house in Hildebrand Road where the body was found
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The CDC funding enables OSU to develop, deploy and fund healthy eating initiatives and safe and accessible physical activity options over the next five years, Hildebrand wrote.
Hildebrand joined Psychological Associates in 2009 and, prior to this promotion, served as Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
Dietrich von Hildebrand's treatise, The Nature of Love, is set in relation to the theological personalism of the Cappadocian fathers of the Church, and to my own earlier work done in this tradition.
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Dietrich von Hildebrand was a twentieth-century layman and phenomenologist whose commitment to Christ and perceptive mind led him to influence Church teaching on the role of conjugal love in marriage.
Sinclair Whittaker and his spiritual mentor, Henry Hildebrand, were at the forefront of Saskatchewan's fundamentalist movement.
Another of the intellectual migrants, seemingly a person altogether different from Mises, was Dietrich von Hildebrand, a famous Catholic theologian and philosopher.