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 (nā′rē), Saint Philip Originally Filippo Neri. 1515-1595.
Italian ecclesiastic who founded (1564) a religious order, the Congregation of the Oratory, and advised the Holy See to absolve Henry IV of France.

Neri

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(Biography) Saint Philip. Italian name Filippo de' Neri. 1515–95, Italian priest; founder of the Congregation of the Oratory (1564). Feast day: May 26
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The concentrations of HM in runoff sediments were quite high compared to those of Neris River sediments (Kruopiene 2007), but were similar to the HM concentrations in urban soils of Vilnius territory that are given in Geochemical Atlas of Lithuania (Kadunas et al.
He re-evoked the myth of a period in the recent past (2002-2008) and promised to bring back that time "when the right bank of the Neris river was the largest construction site in the Baltic States and in this region.
The present study focuses on TN loads to the River Nemunas from the Lithuanian territory at the monitoring site Smalininkai in the River Nemunas and outlets of the main tributaries the Merkys, the Neris, the Nevezis and the Dubysa (Fig.
Nous sommes actuellement postes a Ndassim (centre) que nous avons pris ce (samedi) soir", a affirme a l'AFP a Libreville le porte-parole du Seleka, Eric Neris Massi, depuis Paris.
Ver: Neris Rodriguez Matos: Presencia martiana em Ernesto Guevara.
Uma verificacao das motivacoes determinantes para a recompra de acoes no mercado de acoes brasileiro no periodo de 1995 a 2008 e oferecida por Sandro de Freitas Nascimento, Fernando Caio Galdi e Silvania Neris Nossa.
The second largest city in the small Baltic nation was actually the country's capital from 1920-1940, but it dates back to the 13th century when a stone bastion was built where the Nemunas and Neris rivers met.
And, in the summer of 1962, she sang Neris to Maria Callas''s Medea for the last time, when Callas made her final La Scala appearances.
She was predeceased by her sister, Ernestine "Peanut" Neris.
Neris, Nemunas, Dubysa, Nevezis, Sventoji, and Venta towards the Baltic Sea, and included Vilnius, Kernave, Jonava, Ukmerge, Kaunas, Kedainiai, Vilkija, Ariogala, Raseiniai, Jurbarkas, Taurage, Sveksna, Rietavas, Plunge, Kretinga, Palanga, Pape Lake, Kalvarija, Vieksniai, and Zagare environs.
Each of Hotel Una's 20 rooms is individually styled and named after a famous river such as the Orinoco or Danube, or not-so-famous ones like Neris or Kodori.
Kaunas town is located at the confluence of two largest Lithuanian rivers the Nemunas and the Neris with their deep valleys and a great number of tributaries.