Boniface


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Synonyms for Boniface

(Roman Catholic Church) Anglo-Saxon missionary who was sent to Frisia and Germany to spread the Christian faith

the owner or manager of an inn

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Last year he called me up out of the blue and asked me if I wanted to work with him," explains Boniface.
Boniface Banasik worked as a design engineer in England after the War.
The terrified inhabitants fled to the forest, but when they saw that Boniface was not stuck down by a thunderbolt they emerged from the forest.
Boniface and be in need of similar items the missionaries there, despite their poverty, would not expect to be reimbursed.
Boniface sincerely agreed about the need for access, ultimately, nothing was done.
Boniface General Hospital Research Foundation and the Centre for Health Research on Aging, for making the discovery possible.
Boniface Church and Church of the Redeemer, two of the largest Episcopal churches in Sarasota, worshippers, most in their Sunday best, file quietly into the wooden pews.
Aldhelm and Bede, Cuthbert and Dunstan, Willibrord and Boniface - so many hyperboreans who wrote so much and so well of pride as the root of license and licentiousness, grace as the source of freedom of the will.
This move to find suitable distributors in what we have highlighted as key development markets is part of a considered export program which we have been working on for sometime now," Laura Boniface, spokesperson for Viners explained.
When he wrote violent satirical verse against Pope Boniface VIII and then signed the manifesto that declared Boniface's election invalid, Boniface retaliated by first excommunicating and then, in 1298, imprisoning him.
At the beginning of "The Missionary," the second and the best story in Fitzpatrick's debut collection, the following gem appears: "Father Boniface, you're a real shit,' said the Abbot of Petra Fertilis.
Boniface discovered that as much as 50 percent of the computers and other office items listed monthly as being in his department--some of them worth hundreds of thousands of dollars--were nowhere to be found.
Gor Mahia squad: Goalkeepers: Boniface Oluoch, Shaban Odhoji, Fredrick OdhiamboDefenders: Wellington Ochieng, Charles Momanyi, Godfrey Walusimbi, Joash Onyango, Wesley Onguso, Joachim Oluoch, Harun ShakavaMidfielders: Francis Kahata, Kevin Omondi, Ernest Wendo, Lawrence Juma, Humphrey Mieno, Cercidy Lumumba, Philemon Otieno, Bernard OndiekForwards: George Odhiambo, Jacques Tuyisenge, Ephrem Guikan, Meddie Kagere, Boniface Omondi, Samuel Onyango.
Boniface Hospital spent several days at BGU's Faculty of Health Sciences last month to kick off the Research Without Borders project.