Colenso


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Colenso

(kəˈlɛnzəʊ)
n
(Biography) John William. 1814–83, British churchman; Anglican bishop of Natal from 1853: charged with heresy for questioning the accuracy of the Pentateuch
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Battle after battle, Magersfontein, Colenso, Spion Kop, lost on the playing fields of Eton, had humiliated the nation and dealt the death-blow to the prestige of the aristocracy and gentry who till then had found no one seriously to oppose their assertion that they possessed a natural instinct of government.
In 2015, Barry Colenso, the master chocolatier at McVities, opened up about what it was like creating Kate Middleton and Prince William's cake.
Other creative highlights included "Beer bottle sand" for DB Export from Colenso BBDO and "My black is beautiful" for Procter & Gamble from BBDO New York.
They and master chocolatier Barry Colenso worked for 29 days on it and each white choc flower decoration took more than six hours to make.
The Grand Prix went to Brewtroleum for DB Breweries by Colenso BBDO, Auckland, New Zealand
In that same year a power station was commissioned in Colenso and two years after that Congella and Salt River 1 coal-fired power stations were commissioned.
Houghton followed William Colenso in speculating that this may have been caused by heavy canoeing, particularly powerful stroke angles; carrying heavy loads; and the heavy labour involved in kumara and fern root cultivation and excavation (Colenso 1869).
qMS-0500) purporting to be about New Zealand plants and written by the missionary botanist explorer Reverend William Colenso (1811-1899).
Frank Colenso, a local resident, told committee chairman Peter Sowray that he was being "asked to preside over a David and Goliath moment" and urged him to reject the application.
After the initial and not very satisfactory attempts to evangelize the setder community from 1835, the Anglican Church in Natal became a separate diocese from the Cape in 1853 with the appointment of John William Colenso as its first bishop.
It is written for specialists in Victorian ecclesiastical history to whom the Gorham Judgment (35) and the Colenso affair are too familiar to require explanation, and who understand the ecclesiology underlying references to Bollandists, Gladstone's church pamphlets, and the Seventh Ecumenical Council, without needing the details that later emerge to illuminate their implications.