Beguin


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Beguin

(ˈbɛɡɪn; French beɡɛ̃)
n
(Christian Churches, other) another word for Beghard
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"Then he said: `But what does Ata say to it?' `It appears that she has a beguin for you,' I said.
Ambassador to the Sultanate, the historian Xavier Beguin Billecocq,
Loving son of Janet Beguin. Dear brother of Paul Dahlem.
The new CBAC slate includes Jeanni Stahl from MetaBank in South Dakota; Heidi Sexton from Sound Community Bank in the state of Washington; Aubery Hulings from Farmers National Bank of Emlenton in Pennsylvania; Maureen Bush from Bank of Tampa in Florida; Mike Head from First Federal Savings Bank in Indiana; Bryan Bruns of Lake Central Bank in Minnesota; and Erik Beguin of Austin Capital Bank in Texas.
Costamagna's mentor, Sylvie Beguin, helped determine that it was, in fact, an early Raphael.
His name was Andre Beguin, and he was, unbeknownst to me at the time, a diehard Swiss Nazi.
El nombre cataro dado a las misticas errantes, senala que "el termino beguina proviene de beguin, palabra que designaba un gorro de lana usado por los misticos errantes de la Iglesia del Amor de los herejes cataros" (Cf.
Beguin, "Clinical-scale expansion of mesenchymal stromal cells: a large banking experience," Journal of Translational Medicine, vol.
La cita de Bloom ratifica la idea de que los escritores romanticos, y sus herederos, "no hace[n] gesto alguno ni experimenta[n] pasion alguna en que no esten interesadas todas las regiones de su ser", de su individualidad (Beguin: 19).
Tipiak Senior National Account Manager, Anne-Marie Beguin, says: "Following the UK launch of our original French Macarons back in 2011, we have seen sales increase nearly 600%!
Louise Hodges a Travelzoo, explique que [beaucoup moins que] Les Britanniques ont toujours le beguin pour les destinations europeennes et les long-courriers; ils optent desormais pour ce qu'ils percoivent comme des destinations de voyage oo ils seront en securite et cela a un impact direct sur ??les pays oo ils voyagent[beaucoup plus grand que].