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Synonyms for David

patron saint of Wales (circa 520-600)

French neoclassical painter who actively supported the French Revolution (1748-1825)

(Old Testament) the 2nd king of the Israelites

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Founded after the Oslo process collapsed in the aftermath of the Camp David II negotiations, and frustrated with years of stalemated negotiations, violent conflict, and continued terror and occupation, OneVoice works to mobilize the moderate majority, which has been heretofore silent against the forces of violent extremism.
Other specimens were created under David II in the 14th century, and James I and James II in the 1400s.
The Battle of Neville's Cross, fought 660 years ago on October 13, 1346, saw the army of King Edward III defeat Scotland's King David II more or less on the site of the present Durham Johnston School.
After serving in World War II, Irwin's sons, Norman, David II and Irwin Jr.
Interpreting conflict; Israeli-Palestinian negotiations at Camp David II and beyond.
In addition John Aberdein took the GBP1,500 Royal Mail First Book of the Year award for his book Amande's Bed and Michael Penman won the award for Scottish History Book of the Year for his biography of Robert the Bruce's son, David II.
Thursday's headline proclaimed of Cardiff's forthcoming St David II development.
After Douglas was killed in Moorish Spain, Bruce's son, King David II, ordered the heart to be buried at Melrose Abbey.
By the spring of 2000 at Camp David II, the creation of a Palestinian state finally became a serious proposition.
Both started working at the store part-time in high school--Lee Ann as a checker and David II as a maintenance and front-end worker.
The commentary of the two diplomats involved in Camp David II is well-corroborated by Israelis such as Gabriel Ash's "Just Get Out
Evans has turned a family recipe into a thriving local business that is helping him rebuild his retirement portfolio for him and his wife, Karen, 41, as well as college funds for their two children, Jessica, 12, and David II, 10.
Barak's overgenerous offer to Ararat at Camp David II was rejected, resulting, prior to Rosh Hashanah, in an unprecedented Arab insurrection with a repeat of violence and terrorism unseen in the history of Israel.
CHILDREN: David II and Jeanne Peart, both residents of Simi Valley.
David II was nominated by Northridge High School in Tuscaloosa, and Olivia was nominated by Huffman Middle School in Birmingham.