quo vadis


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quo vadis

(ˈkwəʊ ˈvɑːdɪs)
where are you going?
[Latin: from the Vulgate version of John 16:5]
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They both enjoyed great culinary talents and decided the time was right in 1972 to set up their own Italian restaurant, the legendary Quo Vadis, on the corner of John William Street and St Peter's Street which set new standards of dining in the town.
Their topics include Herodotus on stage: the modern Greek play "Candaules' Wife" by Margarita Liberaki, deconstructing Oedipus: Wood Allen's Mighty Aphrodite and the classical tradition, representations of the Christian female virtue in Roman film epics: The Sign of the Cross (1932) and Quo Vadis (1951), from Giscard d'Estaing to Syntagma Square: the use and abuse of ancient Greece in the debate over Greece's European Union membership, and the reception of Turnus Rufus and Rabbi Akivah in the Talmud and in contemporary Israel.
aaEuropeas main task is to restore the spirit of solidarity, of common purpose and common destinyaa, the President of the Party of European Socialists Sergei Stanishev said at the international conference Quo Vadis Europe: Globalism vs.
1 QUO VADIS (1951) THE love of a Roman commander for a Christian hostage also starred Peter Ustinov as Emperor Nero.
Contract notice: Service contract regarding Quo vadis EU gas market regulatory framework study on a gas market design for Europe.
CCTV footage in Glasgow's Quo Vadis bar shows the customer sending fellow drinkers, tables and chairs flying in 60 seconds of bedlam.
The two chefs worked together over 15 years ago at Marco Pierre White's Quo Vadis restaurant in London and have followed similar paths, now both whipping up storms in the fancy kitchens of Los Angeles.
The two chefs worked together over 15 years ago at Marco Pierre White's Quo Vadis restaurant in London have followed similar paths, now both whipping up storms in the fancy kitchens of Angeles.
Most recently, Rowan held the senior chef role at Quo Vadis, working alongside Great British Menu judge and head chef Jeremy Lee.
Andreou was presented with the GBP2,000 award at an evening ceremony held at Quo Vadis restaurant in Soho on 14th March.
Though he rose to fame slinging drinks as Sam Malone in "Cheers," Ted Danson's first mention in Variety was for playing another bartender in the stage production of "Status Quo Vadis," reviewed in Wilmington, Del.
The pope's recent actions and those on his behalf as well as a passage in Laudato Si' causes me to ask: Quo vadis, Francis?