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anastasis

An obsolete term for restoration to health.
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Largely centered on the Anastasis, the services also took place in the Sion church on the other side of the city, at the Eleona and the Imbomon on the Mt.
But she returned the next year and put her lab skills to work on the Anastasis based in Ghana.
Now Rob and Anne, both 38, of Bill Quay, Gateshead, have accepted an offer to join another charity ship, Anastasis, in Ghana and will fly out this Friday to join her in the port of Tema.
The pair, who work in critical care at Gateshead's Queen Elizabeth Hospital and are both from Bensham, will spend three weeks on the Anastasis in Liberia, West Africa.
Yesterday the girl's solicitor Mr Anastasis Tasou said his client denied hanging the boy from a tree but had used a piece of wire to tie the boy to a tree around his neck.
Greek Cypriot Anastasis Arnaouti and his crew last week began jail terms totalling more than 25 years after they were convicted of printing fake pounds 10 notes and US dollars.
Officers raided ringleader Anastasis Arnaouti's printing premises and recovered pounds 2.
There is no direct lexicographical analysis of anastasis or egeiro or their cognates: W.
61) France remained at war with Spain--and thus with the Spanish Netherlands until 1659--and Chifflet's attacks against the French lilies in works such as the Anastasis Childerici primi Francorum Regis (1655), which so rankled Tristan de Saint-Amant, played a curious but perhaps significant role in Spain's bellicose efforts against the French.
With considerable finesse Rowan Williams quotes Arthur Dobie Bateman who published an analysis of Bulgakov's work in London in 1944: "When he named the existential problem Sophia, we behaved like Greeks who thought Anastasis was a goddess
Included in the many double meanings in John, "lifted up" is the Greek anastasis that came to mean "resurrected.