Ussher


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Irish prelate who deduced from the Bible that Creation occurred in the year 4004 BC (1581-1656)

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Ussher, 48, was elected MP for Burnley in 2005 and designated the London terrace house she had owned for five years as her second home.
Ussher entrusted the keepsake to Sunshine which was to be handed over to Iza on her wedding day.
The polarization of religious identity in Ireland and the division of historical record and interpretation along the lines of religious tradition is at the heart of Alan Ford's chapter, "Goliath and the Boy David: Henry Fitzsimon, James Ussher and the Birth of Irish Religious Debate." Examining a meeting between the Irish Jesuit Fitzsimons, at the time imprisoned in Dublin Castle, and the-then nineteen-year-old James Ussher, in June 1600, Ford seeks to establish the significance of this "richly symbolic encounter" (108), and presents two previously unpublished accounts of the meeting.
The pregnant smokers were recruited from a randomized control trial designed to test if physical activities can help pregnant smokers to stop smoking compared to standard smoking cessation support (Ussher, et al., 2015).
She begins by concentrating on five psalters given to Trinity in 1661 as part of the library of Archbishop Ussher (MSS 53, 69, 91, 93, and 600), describing from some of Ussher's notes in a book now at the Bodleian (MS Rawl.
Most fascinating of all were O Cleirigh's links with James Ussher, Church of Ireland Archbishop of Armagh and the government official Sir James Ware.
En relacion con el consumo de sustancias psicoactivas, no solo se ha observado una asociacion negativa entre la practica regular de ejercicio fisico y el consumo de sustancias (Goodwin, 2003; Kaczynski, Manske, Mannell y Grewal, 2008; Pate, Heath, Dowda y Trost, 1996), sino que ademas se ha identificado la ausencia de actividad fisica como una variable predictora del consumo de sustancias psicoactivas en la adolescencia (Aveyard y Ussher, 2007; Korhonen, Kujala, Rose y Kaprio, 2009; Kujala, Kaprio y Rose, 2007).
Robertson criticized James Ussher, an archbishop in the Church of Ireland who in the 17th century studied the Bible and famously concluded that the world had been created on Oct.
According to Jane Ussher from the University of Western Sydney, who has carefully honed her argument after years of inciting female colleagues to anger by "denying their experience", couples therapy is a potential treatment for severe cases of premenstrual moodiness.
Deputy Chief Executive of Metro, Dr Greg Ussher, stated: 'The findings are perhaps not so surprising when we consider the questioning of equality in current debates about equal marriage, which must be bewildering for most young people.
In an evocative book Guy St John Williams pays tribute to the strength of an Irish connection that goes back exactly 100 years when Harry Ussher had a training and riding double at the 1912 fixture, the second year the meeting was staged at what was to become its permanent home.
Among the Post Keynesians there is no mention of Nicholas Kaldor, who until the end of his life (in 1986) continued to advocate an international currency backed by stocks of primary commodities (Ussher 2009), and only the barest of references to Philip Arestis and Malcolm Sawyer, who have written extensively on many of these questions.
Jane Ussher (Routledge, Taylor & Francis, March, 2011)
McCullough Mulvin's offices are a stone's throw away from Trinity, and when the practice secured the commission to design the Long Room Hub, it already had experience of adding to the college's historic continuum with the completion of the Ussher Library in 2003.