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almoner

A hospital welfare official or medical social worker.
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Engages au caeur de la contestation etudiante en Mai 68, Henri Burin des Roziers et Jean Raguenes sont ebranles dans leur prise de role d'aumonier. Leur statut d'animateur et de clerc leur semble celui d'un notable qui les classe irremediablement et quoi qu'ils fassent du cote de l'ordre etabli.
(20.) Patrick Dowd, pss, was one of the executors of O'Brien's will; he had been recruited to compensate for the losses of English-speaking priests in the epidemic of 1847; he filled the task of aumonier des pauvres or, as the will styled it, "trustee to the Irish poor." Ou the political complexities, the timing, and the difficulties of recruiting English- speaking candidates into the Seminary of Saint-Sulpice, see Deslandres et al.
Cette derniere, qui a commence a se familiariser avec les organisations ouvrieres, grace au travail de ses aumoniers a l'interieur de societes de secours mutuel et a sa participation a des evenements festifs, comme les fetes de saints patrons et la fete du Travail, se decouvre une ardeur a encadrer les travailleurs.
Mass was celebrated by an aumonier, or chaplain, of the French army.
Their authors included prominent writers whose names are still familiar, such as Arthur Conan Doyle (for example, 'His Last Bow', September 1917) and Joseph Conrad ('The Tale', October 1917); others were bestselling authors of their time but are now mostly forgotten, such as Stacy Aumonier, F.
Ainsi, le service des prisons a notamment nomme un aumonier musulman national de haut rang et une quinzaine d'aumoniers-fonctionnaires rattaches a des etablissements particuliers.
Environmental expert Simon Aumonier was giving evidence for Peel yesterday on the need for the waste recovery plant.
The bulk of contributions is on major authors but there are contributions for lesser known writers although none for Mrs Humphry Ward, William Hale White, Hugh Walpole, Marie Corelli or Stacey Aumonier. There are also essays on 'themes, movements, genres or institutions whose impact on the writing or the reading of literature has been significant'.