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Magdalen:

see Mary MagdaleneMary Magdalene
[traditionally Greek,=of Magdala], Christian saint, a woman widely venerated in Christendom. The name Madeleine is a French form of Magdalene. She appears in the New Testament as a woman whose evil spirits are cast out by Jesus, as a watcher at the Cross, as an
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Mary Magdalen Catholic Church at Todds Mill, with Fr.
Seven properties were evacuated in Magdalen's Road, Ripon, on Wednesday night, North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service said.
APPRENTICE Ian Queally recorded the biggest win of his career when guiding Maudlin Magdalen to a convincing all-the-way win in the At The Races-sponsored Kingdom Gold Cup in Killarney last night.
Synopsis: After playing an intimate role in the mystery of the Resurrection, what is left for Maeve, the Celtic Mary Magdalen? Never a follower, will she emerge as a leader of the early church?
WHERE AND WHY Sitting right between Exeter's pretty 13th century Cathedral green and the trendy Quay area, the Magdalen Chapter's perfectly positioned.
The Digby Mary Magdalen offers an embarrassment of riches when it comes to tyrants: Tiberius, Herod, Pilate, Cyrus, the World, and the Flesh begin many of the play's early scenes with their competing claims of power and supremacy, and the second half of the play is dominated by the story of the King of Marseilles.
Maudlin Magdalen, though, has won a third of her races over this trip and carries the lightest weight thanks to Ian Queally's 7lb claim.
RUGBY?BASED construction and engineering firm Stepnell, has been awarded a PS5.9million contract to refurbish and extend the new library at Magdalen College in Oxford.
A 5ft (7.6m) wide hole that opened up beneath a 100-year-old detached house in Magdalen's Close in Ripon, North Yorkshire, on Monday, was the latest in a spate of sinkholes.
No-one was hurt when the 25ft (7.6m) wide hole opened up beneath the 100-year-old building in Magdalen's Close in Ripon, North Yorkshire, at 5.40pm on Monday.
Twenty-one-year-old Conor Robinson, a second year English literature student at Magdalen College, suffered a head injury in the fall on October 8.