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Ste·phen

 (stē′vən), Saint Died c. ad 36.
Christian protomartyr who, according to the New Testament, was stoned to death after his defense of Christianity before the Sanhedrin.

Stephen

(ˈstiːvən)
n
1. (Biography) ?1097–1154, king of England (1135–54); grandson of William the Conqueror. He seized the throne on the death of Henry I, causing civil war with Henry's daughter Matilda. He eventually recognized her son (later Henry II) as his successor
2. (Biography) Saint. died ?35 ad, the first Christian martyr. Feast day: Dec 26 or 27
3. (Biography) Saint, Hungarian name István. ?975–1038 ad, first king of Hungary as Stephen I (997–1038). Feast day: Aug 16 or 20
4. (Biography) Sir Leslie. 1832–1904, English biographer, critic, and first editor of the Dictionary of National Biography; father of the novelist Virginia Woolf

Ste•phen

(ˈsti vən)

n.
1. Saint, died A.D. c35, first Christian martyr.
2. Saint, c975–1038, first king of Hungary 997–1038.
3. (Stephen of Blois) 1097?–1154, king of England 1135–54.
4. Sir Leslie, 1832–1904, English critic, biographer, and philosopher (father of Virginia Woolf).
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إصتفانستيفن
Стефан
ŠtefanŠtěpán
StefanStefanus
StefanStephanStephanus
StefanosTapani
StéphaneÉtienne
István
Stefán
スティーヴン
StefanStefanus
Štefan
StefanStefanos

Stephen

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The Charity Commission (the commission) today published a report of its inquiry into Saint Stephen the Great Charitable Trust (registered charity number 1109008) (the trust) and Saint Stephen the Great (registered charity number 1119839) (the company).
The regnant court in Harlau, built by Petru Mu[section]at and rebuilt by Stephen the Great is attested for the first time through the act of 1st of May, 1384.
Just because of such situations, writers such as Grigore Ureche offers a priviledged position of Stephen the Great's era, which is proposed by them as a model which should be followed, mainly due to the successful wars against the Turkish, but also due to the religion proved by this "athlete of Jesus Christ" (before Stephen the Great was named like this by the Pope, Iancu de Hunedoara had been named "the only and the most powerful athlete of Christianity" by the Pope Calisto the 3th).
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The monasteries are the genius of Moldavian Prince Stephen the Great (Stefan cel Mare), who was later canonised for his works.