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Pater

Walter (Horatio). 1839--94, English essayist and critic, noted for his prose style and his advocation of the "love of art for its own sake". His works include the philosophical romance Marius the Epicurean (1885), Studies in the History of the Renaissance (1873), and Imaginary Portraits (1887)
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Pater The guest rooms are named after saints, and my humble abode for three days is Room 107 - Saint Irmgard of Suchteln, named after a saint who helped the poor and lived a simple life in solitude.
Pater said: "Slowly, word got out that Israel was not the evil enemy they had been led to believe.
Mr Pater said: "I told the children we were going to release a single and see if we can raise money for Children in Need and also for school.
HOLIDAY FUN: 18-year-old Wendy admires this oversized Easter egg in 1968; school pupils enjoy some Easter fun in 1981; and pastry chefs Mike Goddard, Mr Patzer and Pater Inger at Birmingham's Albany Hotel in 1981 with a 12-pound hot cross bun EGGHEADS: Mark Bywater, from Beaconside First and Middle School, in a competition in 1986 to find the best decorated and most original egg; and pupils from Ocker Hill Junior School in Tipton in 1984 HAT'S ENTERTAINMENT: Katie Niblett and James Crawford, both aged three, show off their Easter bonnets at Marlbrook Playgroup, Bromsgrove, in 1988 GETTING AHEAD: Christopher Stonehall, five, from Moons Moat School in Redditch, with an Easter chick on his head gear in 1985.
Pater chose - or was destined - to be a master of atmosphere; and 'the odour is cherry-blossom' (Samuel Butler, Notebooks).
Oser finds the conflict between these two positions anticipated by the two leading Victorian critics, Matthew Arnold and Walter Pater.
In zijn toneelstuk in drie bedrijven laat Van Reybrouck een oude pater aan het woord die vertelt over zijn ervaringen als missionaris in Congo.
I seem to have placed Walter Pater at or near the Oscar Wilde trials of 1895, even though Pater died in the previous year.
What name is given to the passage from St Luke, chapter 11, verses two to four, sometimes referred to as the Pater noster?
By the time he died at age 66, he was known as Europae Pater, "father of Europe.
Experts at York University say the Pater Noster Gild roll has offered up important clues about the origins of the famous Mystery Plays which take place in the city.
Being in the navy and hence moving around a good deal even to other countries, I found that everywhere I went and attended Mass, we all stood and knelt at the same time, we all said the prayers together in the same language: Confiteor Deo, Credo in Unum Deum, Pater Noster, and so on, behind the priest who was facing the altar.