Benda


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Benda

(French bɛ̃da)
n
(Biography) Julien (ʒyljɑ̃). 1867–1956, French philosopher and novelist, who defended reason and intellect and attacked the influence of Bergson: author of La Trahison des clercs (1927)
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Pastor Benza Benda of SDA church in Kanye also agreed with Mr Moreki that the women ministry was simply following the ministry of Jesus Christ whose ministry was predominantly about turning around the lives of the less privileged members of the society.
Central bank board member, Vojtech Benda, said tensions in the Czech labour market are growing and nominal wage growth in market sectors can accelerate toward 8 percent by the end of the year.
We are honored to be recognized for what we've accomplished on our journey to improve quality care," said Rachel Benda, Director of The Kensington.
Of the many galleries in Chelsea, Friedman Benda stands out for its scholarly yet unpretentious approach to design.
microphyllum captured during present study were larger than their congeners with a forearm length comparable to Benda et al.
Ray, 77, will be much missed by wife Ann, children Mark & Wendy, brother Philip, sister Benda, all Grandchildren family and friend's.
This is a newly-formed sevenpiece featuring two members of Staff Benda Bilili, a band that became world music superstars.
s Sean Bobbitt ("12 Years a Slave") on David Cordon Green's "Stronger," Mike Eley ("Klondike") on Roger Michell's "My Cousin Rachel" and George Steel ("War and Peace") on ABC pilot "Still Star-Crossed"; and costume designers Marina Draghici ("Minority Report") on NBC pilot "Miranda's Rights" and Camille Benda ("Blood Stripe") on Kurt Voelker's "The Bachelors.
Benda attempted to expand these insights to Southeast Asia as a whole, combining process-focused thematic comparison with separate accounts of each (pre-cursor) state (Bastin and Benda 1968).
To date, you have recorded on your copy of Taskin's instrument three CDs featuring pieces by the Czech composer Jiri Antonin Benda (1722-ijgf).
The Benda brothers, Franz and George, are not familiar names to many music lovers; but based on a concert of their music Saturday evening, the two Bohemian composers have probably attracted a few more fans.
The five dogs, including mother and daughter Benda, 7, and Lily, 4, climbed a nearby hill, wagging their tails and enjoying the open space.