Moravian


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Moravian

1. of or relating to Moravia, its people, or their dialect of Czech
2. of or relating to the Moravian Church
3. the Moravian dialect
4. a native or inhabitant of Moravia
5. a member of the Moravian Church
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The subject of the public contract is the supply of 140 sets of representative boarding clothes for the expedition of the South Moravian Region to the Games IX.
They create a typical sacred couple for our country - the lime with its roots protects the forgotten stories of the ancestors from the Great Moravian Empire and completes the unspoken atmosphere of this archaeologically and culturally significant place," described Milan Hronec of the Ekopolis Foundation, as quoted by the SITA newswire.The winning tree will receive financial support for its expert treatment or the planting of other trees in its surroundings.
Bethlehem, PA, September 24, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Who: Moravian College students, faculty, staff and community members.
Under the 3 + 3 Early Agreement Program, qualified Moravian students would be eligible to attend Rutgers following their junior year and would complete both their bachelor's and Juris Doctor degrees in a total of six years, rather than seven.
While Detroit was officially settled in 1701, the settlement of Clinton Township began much later with the arrival of Moravian missionaries who originated from what is now present-day Saxony, Germany.
Moravians in North America will host the Third International Brass Festival of the Worldwide Moravian Unity in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 19-22 July 2018, a long weekend of music and fellowship that connects brass instrument players through musical collaboration, builds friendships and community.
In 1844, August Freitag, a Moravian missionary and trade-brother in Okak, wrote an extended letter to his family that described his work in Okak, Labrador.
This essay will explore the nature and extent of the debt that the Camphill Movement owes to the Moravian Church by focusing on the lives of its two principal architects--Karl Koenig and his wife, Mathilde (Tilla) Koenig.
For many people, college is a stepping stone to life in the real world, but Moravian College in Pennsylvania heard from its students that they wanted to be even more prepared at graduation.
The Moravian Music Foundation announces the receipt of a significant gift facilitating the conversion to WorldCat of book and card-catalog records of early American Moravian musical treasures.
The past two decades have given rise to a veritable explosion of scholarship on Moravian activity in the early modern Atlantic world.
The Friends of Red House have joined with Gomersal Moravian Church to hold a party in the restored 1830s garden on Saturday.