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Bedan lawyer Bill Claver was my ROTC drillmaster, a ConCon delegate who helped Ka Tanny Tanada and Ka Pepe Diokno seek justice for martyr Macliing Dulag, whose story Ceres also knows and wrote about only too well.
By the time the young Claver arrived in Cartagena from Spain in 1610, the slave trade was already booming.
Claver indicates that the Chinese represented a significant impact to Dutch firms only because of their importance as middlemen in the Java trade.
Most infamous of these was the burning of a mining industry in Barangay Taganito, Claver, Surigao del Norte.
The crucified on the cross alone is the source of grace and salvation and the claver cross without the figure of Jesus is the devil's cross for the critics.
The Titans' Rachel Jensen finished just one spot behind Claver with a time of 19:04.
Conclusiones El registro institucional de Cancer de la Clinica San Pedro Claver permite conocer las caracteristicas personales, clinicas y modalidades terapeuticas pertenecientes a los casos nuevos de cancer de mama atendidas durante el ano 2004 en esta institucion.
Peter Claver Catholic Church in Simi Valley, where Tessar's flag-draped coffin was sprinkled with holy water, his military dog tags dangled from the neck of his wife and mourners sang ``Amazing Grace'' and ``America the Beautiful.
is executive director of the Knights of Peter Claver and the Knights of Peter Claver Ladies Auxiliary, the nation's largest historically African-American Catholic lay organization.
Claver fue enviado a Colombia, donde se ordeno sacerdote en 1616, pasando a trabajar casi 40 anos, hasta su muerte, el 8 de septiembre de 1654, junto a los esclavos que llegaban de Africa Occidental al puerto de Cartagena.
Peter Claver, told New Orleans' Catholic newspaper that the money would enable him to hire more staff and expand its program.
Scenarist turned helmer Claver Salizzato's first feature overreaches and comes up with a steaming fist of cardboard alla carbonara in the form of "Days of Grace," a would-be WWII epic that's deficient on every level.
10) On etymology, OED compares glaver 'chatter' with Scottish and Northern claver 'idle talk' and claver 'to prate', first recorded in the seventeenth century, and used by Ramsay, Burns, Scott, and Carlyle.
Around 652 participants composed of the migrant workers or OFWs, their families and relatives, government and social partners, service providers, recruitment agencies, and as well as the working force celebrated the 22nd Migrant Workers Day for Caraga Region at the Claver Municipal Multi-purpose Convention Hall in Claver, Surigao del Norte recently.