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paschal

1. of or relating to Passover
2. of or relating to Easter
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HORROR ASSAULT Paschal Morgan after attack on Sunday night
The suit, filed for Paschal by attorneys Jeff Fletcher, Scott Jackson and Andrew Tarvin of Kutak Rock in Fayetteville, alleges that a former Paschal employee copied and exported customer information, pricing data and other material before leaving Paschal a few weeks ago.
"Passover [Jewish festival] fell on the date of the paschal full moon in the Jewish calendar, and the Last Supper [Holy Thursday] occurred on the Passover.
Paschal Group was started in Steinach, Baden, Germany, and has grown to cover 40 countries around the world, specialising in concrete formworks, support systems and formwork planning softwares.
"Really, though, it's lovely to be able to give this money to two deserving charities and I'd like to thank you Paschal for his very generous sponsorship."
This influence is on full display in Caroline Goodson's learned study of Pope Paschal I (817-824) and the monumental building programs that be executed to assert his authority throughout the city of Rome.
It is worth considering the centrality of the paschal mystery to the liturgy as seen through the lens of the liturgical calendar, particularly as we approach the climax of the Church's year.
But the sly humor of its first-person narrator, Khouma's persona, "Paschal," gives this cultural critique the fast-paced charm of a road novel.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-10 June 2010-CARE rates Paschal Form Work (India) Pvt Ltd's long-term debt at BBB(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
For Paschal Concrete Forms Company, 2010 will be asignificant year.
Cassingena-Trevedy provides excellent French translations of Paschal hymns (madrashe) by Ephrem the Syrian (d.
Frankoma purchased the tile assets of Paschal Studios (Tulsa, OK) to quickly build a tile portfolio.