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Part 20 claim

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A claim other than a claim by the claimant against the defendant. It includes (1) a counterclaim by the defendant against the claimant; (2) a counterclaim by the defendant against a third ...

Joseph of Arimathea

Joseph of Arimathea  

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(1st century).All that is certainly known about him is in the Gospels: that he was a Jewish councillor, a disciple of Jesus in secret, who had taken no part in his condemnation and who, after the ...
high place

high place  

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The conventional translation of a Hebrew word (bamoth) whose meaning continues to be disputed. It refers to a place where sacrifices were offered in the open air. They were hated by prophets as being ...
Benjamin

Benjamin  

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The younger son of Jacob and Rachel (Gen. 35: 18), from whom the tribe of Benjamin claimed to be descended. He is mentioned as being close to Joseph, and this suggests that historically the ...
Eugene II

Eugene II  

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(5(?) June 824–27(?) Aug. 827)Disturbances lasting several months followed the death of Paschal I, the nobility and the clerical bureaucracy making rival nominations, but after prolonged discussions ...
Literature, Religious

Literature, Religious  

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The Pentateuch and the other books of the Bible are the sacred books par excellence for the Jewish religion although, traditionally, the Pentateuch was not treated as a human composition at all and ...
John XIII

John XIII  

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(1 Oct. 965–6 Sept. 972)A Roman, son of John Episcopus (a surname) but not related, as is often supposed, to the powerful Crescentii, he was brought up in the papal court, held successive offices and ...
Colman

Colman  

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There are about 300 saints of this name mentioned in Irish martyrologies: for the purposes of this work it seems sufficient to mention four, those of Cloyne, Dromore, Kilmacduagh, and Lindisfarne.(1) ...

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