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relating to or characteristic of Christianity

following the teachings or manifesting the qualities or spirit of Jesus Christ

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The most historically interesting comment is the list of mutineers, headed by Fletcher Christian, with each mutineer's physical appearance described in detail.
One girl, however, unearths the truth that Mary is the daughter of Fletcher Christian and uses that knowledge to blackmail her.
Marlon Brando puts his own stamp on the role of first officer Fletcher Christian, the tormented first mate transformed into a man of action.
On April 28, 1789, there was a mutiny on the HMS Bounty as rebelling crew members of the British ship led by Fletcher Christian set the captain, William Bligh, and 18 sailors adrift in a launch in the South Pacific.
What was the name of the spaceman in the Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 The Queen's or King's Shilling; 2 Caron Keating; 3 Buzz Lightyear; 4 Ten; 5 Seville, Spain; 6 Silver; 7 Australia; 8 Frankie Dettori; 9 Somewhere, from West Side Story; 10 Fletcher Christian.
Fred Howe, Motherwell A The 1935 classic starred Charles Laughton as Captain Bligh and Clark Gable as Fletcher Christian.
FLETCHER CHRISTIAN AWARD FOR BOAT-ROCKING: 1 Nicolas Anelka; 2 Samuel Eto'o; 3 John Terry.
1789: Crewmen of HMS Bounty, led by master's mate and acting lieutenant Fletcher Christian, mutinied in the South Seas.
One of her previous books has featured mutineer Fletcher Christian and she is now planning one about Charles I's queen, Henrietta Maria.
The crew sailed from North America to bring the vessel to the North- East for the first time and are due to recreate its namesake's illfated 1789 trip to Tahiti, which saw Fletcher Christian lead the mutiny.
Fletcher Christian, musical director of headliners Shine On, says he hopes Mr Chambers' gamble pays off.
Anderson examines the court martial that investigated the mutiny, the subsequent careers of Bligh, the mutineers, and the chief mutineers, Fletcher Christian and Peter Heywood (who were from powerful, politically connected families who were able to use connections to rewrite history to absolve themselves of blame), and comes to new conclusions.
The 47 islanders, mostly descendants of Fletcher Christian and his fellow mutineers, pass their days hoeing peppers and sweet potatoes, fishing for shark and shooting breadfruit down from trees with their .
He made his US debut playing Fletcher Christian to Anthony Hopkins' Captain Bligh the following year.
Indeed, the crew faced a passenger mutiny that would have made Fletcher Christian tremble, after burst pipes flooded the decks with sewage and angry holidaymakers were dumped in Magalluf.