from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Deathlessness; immortality.
  • noun The herb tansy.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The quality of being deathless; immortality.


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  • Athanasia, which is commonly taken as Bolzano's main metaphysical work.

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  • John, an Arabian, hearing that a lady called Athanasia, and her three daughters, of which the eldest was only fifteen years of age, suffered torments for the name of Christ at Canope in Egypt, went thither to encourage them.

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  • Dean Athanasia, who ran banking for preferred and small businesses, will now also run home loan sales.

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  • Athanasia (Bolzano 1827), in the Paradoxes of the Infinite (Bolzano 1851c), and in his writings that he left unpublished; Bolzano's pupil PříhonskÃ-, moreover, gave an exposition of Bolzano's Atomism

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  • Athanasia was first published anonymously (in 1827), its second edition appeared in 1838 with a statement of authorship.

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  • Its full title “Athanasia or Reasons for the Immortality of the Soul” makes clear what the book is about.

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  • Athanasia gave up her job as a banker to pursue a career in professional wrestling.

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  • Athanasia gave up her job as a banker to pursue a career in professional wrestling.

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  • Saints Andronikos and Athanasia, thirteenth century, from the Chapel of Saints Andronikos and Athanasia at Kalopanayiotis village

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  • Athanasia Tsoumeleka is the surprise gold medalist in the women's 20-kilometer walk. - Athens Watch: Monday, Aug. 23


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