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Synonyms for Columba

a constellation in the southern hemisphere near Puppis and Caelum


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If Columba had lived we would have celebrated his 60th birthday last September.
Columba parishioners are now "articulating a fear of being attacked in church.
The story goes that Columba got into trouble for copying the psalms, which led to a battle in which 3,000 were killed.
Columba is a great fit for Camp Able, not only because of what our campus offers, but also because of the West Tennessee diocesan network that gives us access to an extensive and generous support system as well as many enthusiastic volunteers that will make it an unforgettable week for these special campers.
Columba Bush, 61, is reported to have taken out a loan of $42,311 from a Florida jeweler in order to buy the bracelet and other items, The Independent reported.
Columba, 58, former mayor of Southwark in South East London, said: "I am so proud of him for being so dedicated.
Founded in Glasgow in 1919, the KSC are named in honour of Saint Columba, a Christian missionary from Ireland.
Even most specialists in early modern religious history are unaware of the emergence of Dominican mysticism in 18th-century Germany, including names such as Columba Weigl (d.
DUBLIN, April 25, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Software company Columba Global Systems has received a globally recognised accolade after developing a revolutionary enterprise search engine which influential US analysts Gartner have singled out as being significantly different.
Ingredients 300ml freshly made espresso coffee 100g light brown soft sugar 150ml Columba Cream Liqueur 24 Waitrose Belgian chocolate coffee dragees Method Pour the hot coffee into a jug and stir in the sugar until it has dissolved.
WE visited the birthplace of St Columba in the beautiful countryside of County Donegal.
MC), has sold the Plenilunio mall in Madrid to Orion Columba for EUR235m.
Columba was the founding abbot of Iona, which Adomnan, the ninth abbot, wrote in about the year 700.
Columba Peace Playground, located on Pennsylvania Avenue in Newark, announced Michael McGuinness, executive director of NJ-NAIOP.
The book has 192 pages (paperback), and is published by The Columba Press (ISBN 1-856074-12-9).