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Cyprian Bradley - Benedictine abbot in America

Cyprian Bradley was born, the son of Ms. Bradley and Mr. Bradley. He died in 1959. He was related to the McMahon family through his grandfather Charles Andrew Bradley who married Anne McMahon, a couple who began life in Ireland then moved to Dunfermline, Scotland and whose descendants emigrated to the United States. 131 more words

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Moses Abbot

Moses is my first cousin nine times removed.  We are related through John and Judith Elizabeth (GREENE) BLOTT.  According to the Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire he was living in 1707. 1,936 more words

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Denial of ethnic cleansing and loathing of Rohingya across Myanmar

(Source: www.todayonline.com)

SITTWE (Myanmar) — The Buddhist abbot tucked his legs under his robes and began to explain.

Rohingya Muslims do not belong in Myanmar, and they never have, he said. 1,397 more words

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Abbot Ale

Drink: Abbot Ale
Source: Greene King plc, Suffolk, UK
ABV: 5%
IBUs: Unlisted
Size: 500 mL tallboy
Cost: $2.30

A longtime favourite here at Hoochsavvy, the dear Abbot has gone up in price as of late. 113 more words


Carissimi: Today’s Mass; S. Bruno, Confessor

S. Bruno, Confessor: Missa “Os justi”

Saint Bruno of Cologne, after brilliant studies at Paris, was made a canon of Rheims cathedral. Feeling himself called to a life of retirement and penance he betook himself with six companions to a solitude called the Chartreuse and there laid the foundations of the Carthusian order. 3,651 more words


The Technology We Are All Waiting For: Prick-free Blood Glucose Monitor

Today, the FDA has approved the first continuous blood sugar monitor that DOES NOT REQUIRE a finger prick blood sample. As society continues to make advances in modern day technology, I’ve always wondered about a device that can measure one’s blood sugar without the dreaded finger prick. 285 more words


The Best And Worse Times

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of light, it was the season of darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair.”  446 more words