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Huguenot

1. a French Calvinist, esp of the 16th or 17th centuries
2. designating the French Protestant Church
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On the other hand, there are the Hugenot wars, conflict among Protestants and Eastern Orthodox, and the rise of Enlightenment rationalism.
(75) In Peyrehorade, where Catholic and Hugenot communities existed side-by-side, municipal authorities allowed an Iberian Jewish community of conversos to flourish in the 1600s.
(173) She reportedly participated in the plot with the dual goals of securing her son's ascension to the French throne and advancing the Catholic cause against the Hugenot "swine [who] must be drowned into their own excrement." (174) With similar religious zeal, Isabella I of Spain was dedicated to the cause of exposing false converts to the Catholic faith, or conversos, among Spain's Jewish and Protestant populations.
Paul's and Bishop of Worcester who had died in 1699; the bequest of John Stearne, Bishop of Clogher who died in 1745; and the library of Elias Bouhereau (a Hugenot who became Marsh's first librarian).
(1) Many stone house built by the town's early settlers have been preserved to the present day on Hugenot Street.
As well as books on William Laud, Sir Edmund Backhouse, Hitler and Philby, Trevor-Roper wrote a full-length study of the English revolution and--later in life--an intellectual biography of the Paracelsian physician and Hugenot emigre, James I's court doctor, Theodore de Mayerne, whom he painstakingly followed through the archives of Switzerland, France and England.
Seed of the tetraploids Medea Ap9d and Glossy Hugenot was obtained from Dr.
In his Histoire critique de Manichee et du manicheisme (Amsterdam, 1734-1739), the Hugenot scholar Isaac de Beausobre, the true founder of Manichaean studies, had already recognized the paramount importance of Jewish apocryphal literature in the immediate background of Manichaeism.
Julian Moynahan suggests that Le Fanu's interest in his French Hugenot ancestors, who fled to Ireland to escape religious persecution in the seventeenth century, may have made him (and his family) feel doubly isolated ("The Politics of Anglo-Irish Gothic: Maturin, Le Fanu, and `The Return of the Repressed,"' Studies in Anglo-Irish Literature, ed.
* A 10,541 s/f lease at 145 Hugenot Street by Advent Software, Inc which is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.
Hugenot Eddie Lynam 5th in 5f 2yo maiden at Dundalk on Friday, May 13 This colt made no show on his Dundalk debut in April but improved a good deal in possibly a better maiden last Friday.
Katrina Hugenot: Plaintiff alleges that defendant's negligence caused a traffic accident that resulted in her personal injury.