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fido, phideaux

term of endearment addressed to a dog.
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He insisted that Kasparov had not informed the FIDE about his arrival or else they would not only have received him but also made arrangements for his accreditation and accorded him the respect that a former world champion deserved.
65 crore) contribution to FIDE in accordance to the chess body's regulations.
Ebrahim Al Bannai, Chairman of the Arab Chess Federation and Dubai Chess and Culture Club confirmed his support of Ilyumzhinov and said: "Shaikh Butti's involvement at FIDE will be very important for the growth of the sport in this region.
With the Cultural Revolution and the government crackdown on Catholics loyal to Rome, years of hardship and trials began, Fides said.
But, for the moment, Fides et ratio stands as the latest letter with a papal postmark
Fides said the involvement of a Catholic priest in the rebellion had caused problems for the church: "public opinion, especially of Muslims, accuses [the church] of maintaining a culpable silence.
Bank of Namibia (BoN) has approved the acquisition of Fides Bank Namibia Limited by Namibia-based Trustco Group Holdings Limited.
Trustco said in May that it desired to buy 100 percent of Namibia s lender, Fides Bank, for an undisclosed amount.
The murdered church workers, Fides said, are not necessarily persecuted for their faith, but more often are victims "of aggression, robbery or theft perpetrated in social contexts marked by particular violence, human degradation and poverty, which these peacemakers tried to alleviate with their presence and their work.
Each essay carefully explores some aspect of Fides et ratio--surely the densest of John Paul II's papal writings, as well as pregnant with suggestions for the Church's intellectual life and evangelistic mission.
The Vatican missionary agency Fides reported on January 1 that 29 Catholic missionaries were slain in 2003, including lay people and one archbishop, Michael Courtney from Ireland, who was the Vatican's envoy to Burundi.