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Bernardine

(ˈbɜːnədɪn; -ˌdiːn)
n
(Roman Catholic Church) a monk of one of the reformed and stricter branches of the Cistercian order
adj
(Roman Catholic Church)
a. of or relating to this branch of the Cistercians
b. of or relating to Saint Bernard of Clairvaux

Ber•nard•ine

(ˈbɜr nər dɪn, -ˌdin)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to St. Bernard of Clairvaux or to the Cistercians.
n.
2. a Cistercian.
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In the release, prize founder Bernardine Evaristo noted, " We are also attracting more North African entries and for the second year a North African poet is shortlisted.
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In order to say thank you to Elly for all her hard work, a presentation and tea party was held on Ward 10, where she was presented with a trophy by chairman of Hywel Dda University Health Board Bernardine Rees.
It's a period of remembrance," said Nicole Sparbanie, a Peace Corps volunteer from Chicago who works with the Bernardine Sisters in the village of Kamonyi, 25 miles outside of Kigali.
Abstract: Bernardine Evaristo's The Emperor's Babe tells the story of Zuleika, a Sudanese girl, and her search for an identity in the white man's world.
From 2012 to 2015, she traveled the country interviewing some 100 individuals--(some) black and (mostly) white, (mostly) male and (some) female, primarily early Baby Boomers who "played an important role in bucking the system," including Bernardine Dohrn, Greil Marcus, and Julius Lester.
At Gowling WLG, Bernardine Adkins was active advising a client on a major cartel investigation by the CMA and was also involved in a number of litigation matters, including acting for Dixons in its multimillion-pound claims against MasterCard relating to damages suffered as a result of MasterCard's multilateral interchange fee rate.
Pandolfi and his wife, Linda of Green Valley, AZ and John Pandolfi and his wife, Bernardine of Oxford; a sister, Deloris Pandolfi of Jefferson; a granddaughter, Linda DeMacedo and her husband, Christiano; five great-grandsons, Leonardo, Tristan, Maximus, John and Logan; and nephews and nieces.
ESB spokeswoman Bernardine Maloney said: "About 2,000 people were out on Sunday morning but most of those homes will be restored - the Mid West was mainly hit.