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Synonyms for cyprian

a native or inhabitant of Cyprus

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of or relating to Cyprus or its people or culture

resembling the ancient orgiastic worship of Aphrodite on Cyprus

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(115.) See Monceaux, Histoire litteaire, 2:298 303; Maurice B6venot, St. Cyprian's De Unitate, Chap.
Nana Nsuoase Poku said the climax of events would include the unveiling of Otumfuo's statue at Kejetia, the Asantehene breaking the ground for the Second Phase of Kumasi Central Market Redevelopment Project, and a Thanksgiving Service at the St. Cyprian Anglican Cathedral on Otumfuo's 69th Birthday on May 6.
The suburban schools set to close are St. Cyprian School in River Grove, Holy Cross School in Deerfield, Incarnation School in Palos Heights and Our Lady of the Ridge School in Chicago Ridge.
As for the bishops, Gaillardetz says, "They must recover the ancient conviction of St. Cyprian of Carthage that you cannot be a good leader and teacher unless you are a humble learner and listener."
The doctrine is associated with St. Cyprian of Carthage, a bishop of North Africa martyred in 258 and urgently concerned about Christian unity.
After his retirement in 1983, Archbishop Crabb served as assistant priest at St. Cyprian's, Calgary, examining chaplain to Morse Lamb Goodman (Calgary), and member of the governing council of Athabasca University.
He takes the defiant oath of allegiance and declines Abioseh's invitation to St. Cyprian's Seminary.
Clarke (who retains Hartel's numbering), The Letters of St. Cyprian of Carthage, Ancient Christian Writers Series, nos.
The more than 600 students at St. Cyprian School in River Grove, Holy Cross School in Deerfield, Incarnation School in Palos Heights and Our Lady of the Ridge School in Chicago Ridge will have to find new schools for the 2018-2019 school year.
The investigation resulting in the 128-page grand jury report, which contains graphic accounts of abuse, was overseen by District Attorney Williams, a committed Catholic who was an altar server as a youth and currently belongs to St. Cyprian Church in West Philadelphia.
St. Cyprian (mid-200s) wrote that divine authority was the source of the practice of choosing bishops in this way.
Hugh Bell, rector of St. Cyprian's in Lufkin, said that his Sunday service included a dedicated eucharist for the astronauts and their families.