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Teresa

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1. Saint, known as Teresa of Avila. 1515--82, Spanish nun and mystic. She reformed the Carmelite order and founded 17 convents. Her writings include a spiritual autobiography and The Way to Perfection. Feast day: Oct. 15
2. Mother, original name Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu. 1910--97, Indian Roman Catholic missionary, born in Skopje, now in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, of Albanian parents: noted for her work among the starving in Calcutta; Nobel peace prize 1979

Teresa

of Ávila, St. religious contemplation brought her spiritual ecstasy. [Christian Hagiog.: Attwater, 318]
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Wrexham FC commercialCarlos Edwards has been released on police bail director Bill Wingrove played down the incident, saying it was a matter for Carlos and Teressa to sort out.
Teressa also works part-time in Wrexham's Next store, as well as looking after their two-year-old son Tristan, and has little time or money for designer gear or pampering herself.
I was dead excited for him,'' Teressa recalls of the moment he was asked to come to Wrexham.
Becraft - Teressa Holcomb and Colby Becraft, of Junction City, a son.
Teressa had previously sung in choirs and was offered opportunities to perform with bands.
It won't be the first time Teressa has entertained Wrexham staff and fans with her singing.
It won't be the first time Teressa has entertained Wrexham staff and fans with her singing -supported by midfielder Jim Whitley she performed at the club's recent Christmas party as well as at Wrexham's 130-year anniversary celebrations.
There will be an added treat on Saturday as Wrexham fans will be treated to half-time entertainment from singer Teressa Edwards, wife of Trinidadian winger Carlos.
WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY Faculty: Teressa Wylie McWilliams, Patricia White, Professional Guest Artists.
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