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deceased person


from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. someone who is no longer alive


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  • A painting, in which Petronilla is represented as receiving a deceased person (named Veneranda) into heaven, was discovered on the closing stone of a tomb in an underground crypt behind the apse of the basilica (Wilpert, "Die

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip

  • Think about this: if the double-deceased paradigm is legitimate, then the information should more accurately match the deceased person that the Spirit experimenter is allegedly bringing to the reading for the targeted sitter, the one expecting her specified loved one.

    The Sacred Promise

  • When Rostan mentioned the name of this deceased person to Adele, she described a woman in detail.

    Experiencing the Next World Now

  • In the Masses of these ferials or vigils, if they are celebrated for one of more deceased persons, it is permitted to insert, in the penultimate place, the oration for the deceased person or persons, and although those Masses are celebrated in violet or green vestments, nevertheless, by concession of the reigning pontiff, the indulgence of a privileged altar may be gained.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • Cases like this pop up in the Census of Hallucinations; a deceased person appears to different people through different senses.

    Experiencing the Next World Now

  • Page 7 that the deceased person might have been a progenitor to the one of the same name who wrote the "Picturesques" in Stockton's Christian

    My manse during the war : a decade of letters to the Rev. J. Thomas Murray, editor of the Methodist Protestant,


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