Benedict's reagent

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Benedict's solution, Benedict's reagent

a chemical solution used to determine the presence of glucose and other reducing substances in the urine.
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Another name under suspicion is TV sleuth Benedict's screen sidekick Martin Freeman.
Katherine and Patrick, Sophie's mother and brother, shared to The Mirror that they are happy to receive the lovely news and excited for Sophie and Benedict's upcoming wedding.
In 2012, Benedict's butler was arrested for leaking sensitive documents alleging corruption among Vatican prelates and irregularities in Vatican finances.
But in a sign that Benedict still commands the honor and respect owed a pope, each of the 19 new cardinals -- after receiving his red hat from Francis at the altar -- went directly to Benedict's seat to greet him before then exchanging a sign of peace with the other cardinals.
Benedict's personal secretary, Archbishop Georg Gaenswein, told local Italian television station Canale 5 that the Zenit story was "made up from alpha to omega.
The two men -- Francis is 76 and Benedict is 85 -- have very different styles but important core similarities on matters of doctrine and ways forward for the Church after Benedict's often troubled eight-year pontificate.
These observers cite crackdowns on nuns and liberal theologians on Benedict's watch, the pope's red carpet for traditionalist Anglicans and his outreach to the Lefebvrists without any similar overtures to progressive dissent, his resurrection of the old Latin Mass, and his repeated insistence on a "hermeneutic of reform .
The pope's journey into retirement began with an emotional send-off from the Vatican, with Swiss Guards in full regalia and prelates kneeling to kiss Benedict's papal ring one last time.
The audience inside the Apostolic Palace was as unique as Benedict's decision to quit, with the 85-year-old pope with Pope on board Vatican bidding farewell to his closest advisers and the cardinals bowing to kiss his fisherman's ring for the last time.
The audience inside the Apostolic Palace was as unique as Benedict's decision to quit, with the 85-year-old Pope, wearing his crimson velvet cape and using a cane, bidding farewell to his closest advisers and the cardinals themselves bowing to kiss his fisherman's ring for the last time.
The atmosphere was far more more buoyant than during Benedict's final Sunday blessing, with chants of "Benedetto" erupting every so often.
Benedict's decision has some faithful asking if Benedict was the right person for the job in the first place.