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  • One of them Trivikram was instrumental in reviving the college magazine Ashwini after gap of more than a decade while Gangadhar and others could get a gym installed in the men's hostel.

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  • Between 1544 and 1546, Paul Grand Raoul, the scholasticus of Reims, had the college rebuilt, and it was in this building, by that time still further enlarged, that Cardinal Charles of Lorraine installed the university, for which he had obtained from

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  • In the fifth century he appears as head of the college of priests, as the bishop's delegate for certain duties of visitation and judgment, as his representative in case of absence or death (sede vacante).

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  • From managing proxy attendance in the classes during a weeklong tour to Goa to reviving the college magazine, taking up flood relief work in Kurnool district to get the collage and hostel days revived, the 2004 batch has left a remarkable impression.

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  • He ordained 114 priests, preserved the college of Nicolet, and encouraged St. Hyacinth College, begun by Abbé Girouard (1811).

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  • Tamkeen Farah of the college was awarded gold medal by N. T.R University of Health Sciences,

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  • Reims; the Abbé Pluche (1688-1761), b. at Reims, professor in the college of Reims, author of the "Spectacle de la Nature" and the

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  • On 8 February, 1838, Gregory XVI re-established the college of real prothonotaries with seven members called

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  • One of the most notable institutions of Querétaro was the college of Apostolic missionaries, which Innocent XI called the greatest influence for the propagation of the Faith in the Indies.

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  • For the original agreement to give me the necessary time away from full-time teaching, I wish to thank former university provost Dr. John Pritchett, Vice President for Research Dr. Michael Moriarty, former deans of the college of liberal arts, Dr. John Heilman and Dr. Rebekah Pindzola, former associate dean Dr. Anthony Carey, and chair of the history department Dr. William Trimble.

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