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Noun1.anagnost - a cleric in the minor orders of the Eastern Orthodox Church who reads the lessons aloud in the liturgy (analogous to the lector in the Roman Catholic Church)
clergyman, man of the cloth, reverend - a member of the clergy and a spiritual leader of the Christian Church
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Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys TD joined CEO of Autodesk Andrew Anagnost to announce the opening of a major new site for the company in Dublin.
1, Families in Transition-New Horizons now has a 25-member board of directors: Dick Anagnost, co-chair, Anagnost Investments; David Cassidy, co-chair, Eastern Bank; Charla Stevens, vice chair, McLane Middleton; Bob Bartley, treasurer, Bartley Financial Advisors; Frank Saglio, assistant treasurer, Howe, Riley & Howe, PLLC; Kristi Scarpone, secretary, FIRST; Colleen Cone, at large, Comcast; Roy Tilsley, at large, Bernstein Shur; Mary Ann Aldrich, Dartmouth-Hitchcock; Helen Davies, Southern NH University; Scott Ellison, Cook, Little, Rosenblatt & Mason, PLLC; AnnMarie French, NH Fiscal Policy Institute; Brian Hansen, Team Engineering; Alison Hutcheson, Merchants Fleet Management; Sarah Jacobs, University of New Hampshire at Manchester; Dr.
Anthropologist Ann Anagnost (1997) says narratives of nation must be constantly reworked in an always tenuous and unstable attempt to achieve this "impossible unity" (pp.
Anagnost A (2008) Imagining global futures in China: The child as a sign of value.
Ann Anagnost, "The Corporeal Politics of Quality (Suzhi)" in Public Culture, no.
The company's senior vice-president of sales and marketing, Andrew Anagnost, said the move would allow it to deliver "greater flexibility and more value" from software packages.
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Anagnost, "MusicFX: an arbiter of group preferences for computer supported collaborative workouts," presentado en Proceedings of the 1998 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work, New York, 1998.
The plans will be particularly attractive to freelancers, startup businesses, or those that are project-based, said Andrew Anagnost, senior vice president of industry strategy and marketing at Autodesk.
Ana Anagnost analyzes the commodification of Chinese peasants' blood in the Henan countryside during the 1980s and 1990s through Marx's metaphor of capital as the vampire that drains surplus value from living labour.
Rosenbaum PF, Crawford JA, Anagnost SE, Wang CJ, Hunt A, Anbar RD, et al.
Anagnost A, 'Scenes of misrecognition: maternal citizenship in the age of transnational adoption', Positions 8:2, pp 241-389, 2000