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Lazarus,

the brother of Martha and Mary who was raised from the dead in the New Testament of the Bible.
Lazarus complex - psychological sequence observed in survivors of cardiac arrest. Synonym(s): Lazarus syndrome
Lazarus sign - spontaneous movement in patients who are brain dead or who have suffered spinal cord injury.
Lazarus syndrome - Synonym(s): Lazarus complex
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The monastery dedicated to St Lazarus was probably close to the Sea of Marmara on what is now Seraglio Point; see R.
Contract award: mission engineering soil under the creation of two crossings over the rail network st lazarus zac clichy batignolles paris 17th.
"Today - my last day - is the feast day of St Lazarus.
The restored area is located between the Bouyuk Mosque, which is the great mosque opposite the Medieval Castle, and the St Lazarus Church.It was built in the middle of the 19th century.
"The improvement of Larnaca's image will begin from the historic square of St Lazarus and we hope that it will become an example to the other areas of our town and district," said Larnaca Mayor Andreas Vyras, who welcomed the interest shop owners expressed in the scheme.
Da Vinci Cafe is one of those that sits outside the box -- situated opposite the magnificent St Lazarus church, this quaint little bar is the ideal place to relax and watch the world go by with a wonderful view of buildings and the bustling town.
December 3 and 4 from 11am to 5pm at Apothiki 79, St Lazarus' street, Larnaca.
Situated next to St Lazarus' church, Apothiki 79 is a revamped old warehouse (hence the name) converted into a very earthy, open establishment.