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Rabboni

(răbō`nī) [Aram.,=my master], a variant of Rabbi, a title of respect to teachers. It is addressed to Jesus in the Gospels of St. Mark and St. John.
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Grass eating is a key spiritual practice at least to worshippers of Rabboni Centre Ministries in Ga-Rankuwa, North Pretoria.
Summary: Smara - The Sheikhs and dignitaries of the Rguibat-Sellam tribe in Smara called upon the international community and human rights watchdogs to immediately intervene in order to release all the population held captive in the Dhibia prison in the Rabboni region, near Tindouf.
Bolognesi C, Merlo F, Rabboni R, Valerio F, Abbondandolo A.
Dario Rabboni will be on hand to launch the first Happy Gelato party in America scheduled for Saturday, June 6, from 3 to 7 p.
He was immediately given leave to stay with wife Ranjana, 33, daughter Ruhaani, six, and sons Rabboni, five, and Adonai, three.
George Orthodox Cathedral, its Mens club and a past member of its Parish Council, American Legion Tatnuck Post 288, Rabboni Masonic Lodge in Westwood and a former member of the National Notaries and the ITAM Club.
Rabboni written by Mark Baxter and directed by Lesley Reader.
Bolognesi C, Bonatti S, Degan P, Gallerani E, Peluso M, Rabboni R, et al.
She told them what she had seen and what her Rabboni had said.
DISGRACE: We break the story SITTING PRETTY: Thamma with wife Ranjana and, from left, Adonai Ruhaani and Rabboni VICTORY: Anne Gloag, top, backed family, left.
Bolognesi C, Bonatti S, Began P, Gallerani E, Peluso M, Rabboni R, et al.