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Montanism

the 2nd-century doctrines of Montanus of Phrygia, who believed that the Holy Spirit, or Paraclete, dwelt within him and made him its instrument for guiding men in the Christian way. Cf. Tertullianism. — Montanist, n.
See also: Heresy
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In the final he faced talented Dutchman Jean-Paul Montanus, who beat Will to win the European title in 2015, but it was Bayley who came out on top, fighting back from 2-1 down to take a tight fourth game 15-13 and then clinch the title 11-8 in the fifth.
The reptilian species of the Al Hajar Mountains are unique and our studies indicate that some of the species such as the nocturnal gecko - Asaccus montanus - have been living in this massif for the past 20mn years.
In this second strand, the 'amorous foresters' Ramis, Montanus, and Silvestris tenaciously pursue three female devotees of Ceres, each of whom either 'mocks love', 'hates love', or 'thinks herself above love' (1.2.21, 1.1.27-9).
montanus fueron recolectadas en agosto de 2012 en los municipios de Chalchicomula de Sesma y Tlachichuca, Puebla, Mexico (18[grados] 52' 23" N, 97[grados] 18' 49" W, a 3066 y 3442 m de altitud, respectivamente).
Reginaldus Gonsalvius Montanus describes the activity of the Spanish Inquisition in Seville between about 1557 and 1564, they say, emphasizing the the suffering of the fellow Protestant who were being persecuted.
More: US consular agent Gleen and Honey Loop, Gerry and Pamela Montanus, Shigero and Kumiko Onda, Michael and Bethilda Smith, Michael and Rose Hennessy.
The following are the voucher specimen numbers of the specimens collected: Plectranthus barbatus (FM2014/01), Plectranthus edulis (FM2014/02), Plectranthus ornatus (FM2014/03), Plectranthus caninus (FM2014/04), Plectranthus pseudomarrubioides (FM2014/05), Plectranthus otostegioides (FM2014/06), Plectranthus amboinicus (FM201407), Plectranthus aegyptiacus (FM2014/08), Plectranthus montanus (FM2014/09), and Plectranthus lanuginosus (FM2014/10).
We used the data for the 15 most commonly detected bird species, with at least 247,000 observed specimens each during 2006-2016, for further analyses: Eurasian blue tit (Cyanistes caeruleus), common chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs), Eurasian magpie (Pica pica), European greenfinch (Chloris chloris), black redstart (Phoenicurus ochruros), great tit (Parus major), common blackbird, house sparrow (Passer domesticus), Eurasian tree sparrow (Passer montanus), common swift (Apus apus), common house martin (Delichon urbicum), carrion crow (Corvus corone), common wood pigeon (Columba palumbus), European robin (Erithacus rubecula), and common starling (Sturnus vulgaris).
In Poland this significance of stubbles is explained by the preferences of buntings and tree sparrows (Passer montanus), which are the dominant species in wintering assemblages of birds (Kasprzykowski & Golawski 2012, Golawski et al.
The Eurasian Tree Sparrow Passer montanus has a small home range (about 7600 m2), while the Black-necked Crane Grus nigricollis has a large one (about 200 km2) (He and Wu, 2000; Pan and Zheng, 2003).