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Kempis

Thomas ?. ?1380--1471, German Augustinian monk, generally regarded as the author of the devotional work The Imitation of Christ
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Ronald Kempis who was for years the medical director of a tertiary hospital.
The other one is a wonderful edition of The Imitation of Christ by Thomas a Kempis, a gift from Rizal's spiritual adviser.
Para "Fray Kempis", (47) el cronista de El Universal, no era necesario asociarse con una empresa, pues el campeonato nacional no era tal, sino una simple serie entre equipos del D.
Before bed, Corot was said to have read Thomas a Kempis' devotional book The Imitation of Christ.
Le regalo la Imitacion de Cristo de Kempis y le escogio para nombre de pila el de Cipriano.
Cathay Pacific Airways today announced the appointment of Chris Kempis, currently General Manager Flying, as Director Flight Operations with effect from mid-2018.
Strengthen our weakness, we beseech you, that we may do valiantly in this spiritual war; help us against our own negligence and cowardice, and defend us from the treachery of our unfaithful hearts; for Jesus Christ's sake.' (Prayer of Thomas a Kempis).
7. "Nothing, how little so ever it be, if it is suffered for God's sake, can pass without merit in the sight of God." - Thomas a Kempis
George heard screaming and shouts and climbed to the bridge, although he was prevented from entering by Sub-Lieutenant Kempis.
En el diario vivir, entonces, es muy importante tener presente la recomendacion del Kempis: In omnibus rebus respice finem (Lib.I,cap.XXIV,6.), "ut sitisfilii Patris vestri qui in caelis est ..." (Mat 5:45)
In the raw, existence is just one damned thing after another, and each of the damned things is simultaneously Thurber and Michelangelo, simultaneously Mickey Spillane and Thomas a Kempis".'