Scope product manager Sarah Ussher
said: "Summer is a tough time for people who suffer with allergies.
(L) FORMER Labour minister Kitty Ussher
made a gross profit of PS712,000 on her second home.
Calzado, meanwhile, shared some details about her wedding, including a sentimental gift she received from her fellow 'Encantadia' co-star Sunshine Dizon-a bracelet that belonged to the bride's late mother, Mary Ann Ussher
Iza's mom, Mary Ann Ussher
, passed away in 2001 due to cancer.
4004BC: According to Archbishop James Ussher
, this is the day God created the world.
Earth is not flat, nor is it the centre of the universe, and neither was the world created 6,000 years ago - at nine o'clock on the morning of October 23, 4004 BC, as precisely, and erroneously calculated (on the basis of the genealogy of the book of Genesis) by Archbishop Ussher
in the 17th century.
Arthur, a relative of Archbishop Richard Creagh, exemplified pragmatism in his profession (then an "unregulated milieu of medical pluralism" (72)), treating many wealthy and influential Protestants, including James Ussher
, but remained a determined adherent of the Catholic tradition and the Catholic faith throughout his life.
Their topics include shaping history: James Ussher
and the Church of Ireland; contested histories: Richard Mant's History of the Church of Ireland and religious politics in early Victorian Belfast; J.
According to Ussher
and colleagues (2015), the majority of pregnant smokers prefer not to smoke and would opt for one to one, rather than a group smoking cessation behavioural intervention.
Chapter 5, Sean Moreland's "'Torture[d] into aught of the sublime': Poe's Fall of the House of Burke, Ussher
, and Kant," opens the block of chapters dedicated to Poe's prose and sublimity.
's article "Student teachers' placement experiences in a familiar school setting: Local community partnerships with a distance ITE program" adds to our understandings of pre-service teachers' becomings as teachers and the benefits gained through placement in local communities.