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Tertius

(tûr`shəs), in the New Testament, amanuensis of the Letter to the Romans.
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Arthur realises he might receive orders to leave at any moment, and he worries about what he will do with Tertius when that time comes.
An isolated, articulated condylus tertius, located in the median-sagittal plane and the anterior margin of the foramen occipitale magnum represents the highest degree of persistence.
Indeed, the reader within the text and the reader of the story experience a labyrinth that delays or misdirects the quest for "Tlon, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius.
The debate continued into the twentieth century as theologians attempted to rename the tertius usus legis.
The lack of an entrepreneurial spirit, restricted access to research, a lack of available coaching and the absence of mentoring are the core reasons why many upcoming and small businesses fail in their infancy stages, said the Chief Executive Officer of Sanlam Namibia Holdings, Tertius Stears when he launched the Sanlam Innovation Works competition earlier this week in Windhoek.
I distinguish between two types of networking behavior: individual networking orientation or building potentially valuable ties for personal gain, and tertius iungens orientation or facilitating tie formation between others, i find that both types of networking behavior are positively related with the number of business partners to whom entrepreneurs give business assignments.
He examines a series of poems denigrating Richard to praise the Stanley family, the many representations of Richard in the Mirror for Magistrates and the several plays that staged Richard's life and crimes: Thomas Legge's Senecan Latin tragedy, Ricardus Tertius, written for St John's College, Cambridge; the anonymous True Tragedy of Richard III, performed by the Queen's Men; Shakespeare's famous play that defined Richard in the public mind; as well as Heywood's Edward IV and lost plays, such as Ben Jonson's Richard Crookback.
South Africa's medium-pacer Corbin Bosch, who destroyed Pakistan with a four-wicket spell, dedicated his performance to his late father Tertius, who was one of South Africa's fast bowlers but died at the age of 33 due to a viral infection.
South African plastic surgeon Tertius Venter noted at the initial screening that it might be possible to give JG 20 per cent functional improvement in her right hand by straightening her wrist which would allow more movement in her fingers, assist finger flexion and promote thumb and index finger opposition.
The well-known Silas Tertius Rand was born in this house; his daddy's hands built the rock foundation.
General Hickman got the applause with his Alien policy" The woman in question was Daisy St Claire Mander, the 31-year-old daughter of Charles Tertius Mander, alderman, baronet, industrialist and four times mayor of Wolverhampton.