Suger


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Suger

(suːˈʒɛə)
n
(Biography) 1081–1151, French ecclesiastic and statesman, who acted as adviser to Louis VI and regent (1147–49) to Louis VII. As abbot of Saint-Denis (1122–51) he influenced the development of Gothic architecture
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He thought that if the France of former days possessed brains strong enough to comprehend in one system both foreign and domestic affairs, the France of to-day was not likely to be without its Mazarin, its Suger, its Sully, its de Choiseul, or its Colbert to direct even vast administrative departments.
Span with approch road, protection and diversion work over balor river near narkatiyaganj suger mill in 1st km of narkatiyaganj binwaliya path in the district of west champaran.
Since wealth is being hidden from the masses, the youths have to come kneeling down to get their audience in supporting each and everyone of them just to have suger in their cup of coffee.
The sugar mills included Khazana Sugar Mills Peshawar, Premier Sugar Mills Mardan, Bannu Sugar Mills Serai Naurang, Al-Moiz Suger Mills D.
According to details, Deputy Commissioner of Inland Revenue, Umer Riaz led the raid at Abdullah and Hasib Waqas Suger Mills in Model Town area on Monday evening.
GARY SOUTHSHORE RAILCATS -- Traded RHP James Parr to Suger Land for cash.
For Suger of Saint-Denis, her notoriety derived from her decision to abandon her husband, Fulk IV, Count of Anjou (whom she had married in 1089 and by whom she had one son, also called Fulk) for Philip I of France (1060-1108).
La relacion existente entre los <<sentidos corporales>> y los <<sentidos espirituales>> planteada por Plotino y continuada por otros pensadores y teologos como Origenes, Cipriano de Cartago, San Agustin, hasta llegar al abad Suger y Hugo de San Victor, sirve al profesor Palazzo para fundamentar una preocupacion teologica por evocar material y simbolicamente la importancia del cuerpo y sus sentidos en la cultura medieval.
Other entries explore a range of related topics: relics in the Middle Ages, and the sack of Constantinople (Gabor Klaniczay and Julia Bokody, respectively, Central European University, Budapest); the image in prayer and devotion (Colum Hourhane, Index of Christian Art, Princeton); mosaic church decoration (Marina Vicelja-Matijasic, University of Rijeka); Abbot Suger and stained glass (Gabor Endrodi, Eotvos Lorand Tudomanyegyetem, Budapest); image and liturgy (Bela Zsolt Szakacs, Pazmany Peter Katolikus Egyetem, Budapest); and illuminated prayer books (Laura Cleaver, Trinity College, Dublin); as well as a chapter by Peter Bokody on mural painting.
Nevin recalls King could sprinkle a little pepper with the suger if he had to.
INGREDIENTS For the crumble: 75g plain flour 50g ground almonds 120g caster suger 90g butter For the cake: 200g butter 120g caster sugar 3 eggs 1tsp vanilla extract 185g self-raising flour 75g plain flour 4tbsp lemon juice 425g tin of cherries METHOD 1.
As Abbott Suger famously said in the twelfth century, "De materialibus ad immaterialia" (De Administratione 33).