sindon


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sindon

(ˈsɪndən)
n
(Textiles) a fine cloth used as a wrap or shroud
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Tenders are invited for Deepening and widening of chitte river at village sindon, chincholi, ekod (pachod), pachod (ekod) tq.
Antonio Albano said the Ilagan-Divilacan road which starts in Barangay Cabisera 10 and Barangay Sindon Bayabo in Ilagan City and ends in Barangay Dicatian in the coastal town of Divilacan has been the long clamor of the people in the coastal areas.
It will start in Barangay Sindon Bayabo here and end in Barangay Dicatian in the coastal town of Divilacan, he said.
Middle - Warren Sindon (Welshpool) bt Duant Green (Norwich) 40-37.
11) Asi, el epigrama en latin que compone el texto explicativo del emblema senala "Index maestitiae est pullus color: utimur omnes/ Hoc habitu, tumulis cum damus inferias;/ At sinceri animi, et mentis stola/ candida purae:/ Hinc sindon sacris linea grata viris.
As females were not allowed to hold a licence, she employed a number of private trainers and Ward rode two Classic winners for her, landing the 1960 Irish 1,000 Guineas on Zenobia, trained by Tommy Shaw, and the 1958 Irish Derby on the Michael Dawson-trained Sindon.
The Greek text alluded to in Ramelli's note is the Acts of Thaddaeus where the cloth is also called a sindon, whereas other Greek witnesses to the cloth tradition call it a himation or rakos (thus John of Damascus), though it eventually ends up being called a mandylion, the term used when the relic was triumphantly transported to Constantinople in 944.
34) [eth]a mine [thorn]eowas sindon wisdomas & craeftas & so[eth]e welan 'my servants are wisdom and virtues and true riches' (coboeth,Bo:7.
15) The Panther begins by revealing the narrator's uncertainty about the traits of wondrous creatures: "Monge sindon geond middangeard / unrimu cynn, pe we aepelu ne magon / ryhte areccan ne rim witan" (16) (Panther 1-3).
He rode the Irish Derby on Sindon (1958) and the mighty Nijinsky (1970) but many will recall his ride in the 1968 race for the flop of 3-1 on hot-pot Sir Ivor who was second to Ribero, ironically partnered by Piggott.
The idea for this piece came from the Bidayuh musician Gerald Oscar Sindon who made most of the instruments, helped by the Iban instructor, Ubang Kendawang.
8] Ac ic wolde paet pu pa ding ongeate pa de weorde sindon in gemyndum to habbanne (O2/3_NI_TRAV_ALEX,5)

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