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victorine

(ˈvɪktəriːn)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a woman's fur shoulder cape, which fastens at the back
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ACCOMPLICES State counsel Victorine Kitoto told court that two of her accomplices are held at Eldoret and Nanyuki prisons after been arrested in connection to separate criminal activities.
The Victorine Exegesis of the Bible in the Light of Its Northern--French Jewish Sources, Tournhout: Brepols (<<Bibliotheca Victorina>>, 26), 2017, 408 pp., 18,5 x 26, ISBN 978-2-503-57542-1.
Reverend Nkiruka Victorine Iris, Victorius Virttuous Women Ministry International: If you compare his popularity this second term and the fist time he was elected in 2015, you will see that it is not the same.
Her avant-garde costume, by designer Victorine Pasman, was made of white nylon umbrella shades, lit by bulbs.
She does so by adopting an extended case-study approach: the book revolves around insightful portrayals of biographic narratives and detailed descriptions of the social practices of only a handful of individuals--the migration brokers James and Walther; aspiring migrants Claire, Josephine, Pamella and Victorine; and the author's research assistant, Delphine.
Maroun recalls a childhood with a loving family in a house in Achrafieh with his father, Felix; his mother, Victorine; his sisters, Julia, Mary, Najwa and Liliane; and his big brother, Ilya.
Both the Victorine and a Kempis believed that psychology, that is, knowledge of the mind, and spiritual self-cognition through contemplation could bring one closer to God.
Ekane Peter Etape [ID], (1) Josepha Foba-Tendo [ID], (1) Lambi John Ngolui, (2) Beckley Victorine Namondo, (1) Fomogne Cyrille Yollande, (1) and Marius Borel Nguefack Nguimezong (1)
Their topics include Hugh of Saint Victor's pedagogy, scripture and the development of scholastic theology: Robert of Melun's <i>Questiones de divina pagina</i> in context, philosophy and metaphysics in the school of Saint Victor: from Achard to Godfrey, <i>Magister in hierarchia</i>: Thomas Gallus as Victorine interpreter of Dionysius, and the reception of the Victorines in later centuries.
The authors would also like to thank neuropsychologists Nadia Lucas, Victorine Zermatten, and all members of the neuropsychology unit and the general rehabilitation team of the Clinique Romande de Readaptation and Vallee de Coeur Institute in Sion for their help and their useful advice, as well as all the participants and their families.
Ekane Peter Etape, (1) Lambi John Ngolui, (2) Josepha Foba-Tendo, (1) Divine Mbom Yufanyi, (3) and Beckley Victorine Namondo (1)