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Wick·liffe

or Wic·lif  (wĭk′lĭf), John
See John Wycliffe.

Wyc·liffe

also Wick·liffe or Wyc·lif or Wic·lif  (wĭk′lĭf), John 1328?-1384.
English theologian and religious reformer. His rejection of the biblical basis of papal power and dispute with the doctrine of the transubstantiation of the host anticipated the Protestant Reformation.
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Wickliffe

(ˈwɪklɪf) or

Wiclif

n
(Biography) variant spellings of (John) Wycliffe
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Wick•liffe

or Wic•lif

(ˈwɪk lɪf)

n.
John, Wycliffe, John.
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Noun1.Wickliffe - English theologian whose objections to Roman Catholic doctrine anticipated the Protestant Reformation (1328-1384)Wickliffe - English theologian whose objections to Roman Catholic doctrine anticipated the Protestant Reformation (1328-1384)
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The 11-year-old, her mother and the baby girl, Zuri Whitehead, were on a couch downstairs when the mother fell asleep at about 03:00 on Friday, Wickliffe police Chief Randy Ice said at a news conference on Monday, AP reported.
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(www.lubrizol.com), Wickliffe, OH, is expanding its presence in the Nordic TPU market by appointing Bjorn Thorsen A/S as distributor for its Pearlthane, Pearlcoat, Pearlbond and Pearlstick thermoplastic polyurethane specialty elastomer resins.
With headquarters in Wickliffe, OH, Lubrizol owns and operates manufacturing facilities in 17 countries, as well as sales and technical offices around the world.
"This new investment is further example of the decades of planning and vision that have made Little Rock a regional powerhouse in industrial and economic development." Jon Wickliffe, chairman of the Little Rock Port Authority, said the new center will help Little Rock and the region attract new companies and jobs.
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The filming of 'The Dark Knight' was marred by another misfortune - the death of New Zealander Conway Wickliffe, News.com.au reported.