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  • Three weeks later (18 April, 1871) both Döllinger and Friedrick were publicly declared excommunicated.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy

  • A number of local educators also traveled to China to meet educators at their partner schools, Friedrick said.

    Smoky Mountain News

  • The schools were selected based on "commitment to global education, to learning Chinese and to sharing education with global partners," Friedrick said.

    Smoky Mountain News

  • Friedrick, director of kindergarten to 12th-grade programs for the Center for International

    Smoky Mountain News

  • Friedrick, pastor at Alma United Methodist Church, where a prayer service for the plane's occupants was scheduled for Friday night.

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  • Friedrick said he hopes people understand there may be some problems as the program gets under way.

    Local News from union-bulletin.com

  • Leading contemporary Whigs include Friedrick Von Hayek, Milton Friedman, and Robert Nozick.

    THE MORAL DIMENSION

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