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[bishop of Wrocław]
Jan (Johannes Wrotizlaensis episcopus) was the first bishop of Wrocław. He took power over the diocese of Wrocław at the time of its establishment in the year 1000. He had a brick cathedral to replace an older wooden church, but this was destroyed in a pagan revolt in 1031, and the diocese ceased to function.The dioce
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Journal of Advanced Nursing
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[ Arabic ] (Moham. Myth.)
One of an intermediate order between angels and men.
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One of intermediate order between angels and men. ... Origin: Ar. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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• (n.) One of intermediate order between angels and men.
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Jan is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `God is Gracious` Where is it used? The name Jan is mainly used In Dutch, Scandinavian, Czech and In Polish.How do they say it elsewhere? Evan ( In Welsh and In English) Johannes ( In German, Dutch, Scandinavian and In Late Roman) Jack ( In English) For the opposite sex use: In Russian, Czec
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Jan is the pseudonym of Juan López Fernández (13 March 1939- ), Spanish comic book writer and artist, most famous for his creation Superlópez. ==Biography== He was born in the town of Toral de los Vados, in the province of León. Completely deaf from the age of six, his parents encouraged him to draw and in 1956, he began to wor
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The estate is located in the town of El Vendrell in the Spanish-DO area Pened
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Jan (pronounced Yann or Yaan) is a variant of John in Catalan, Czech, Polish, Dutch, Scandinavian, Cornish, Devon dialect, German, Afrikaans, Northern Germanic and Western Slavic Languages. The Slovak spelling is Ján. In English it is a shortened form of Janice or Janet with corresponding pronunciation. It has a separate origin in A
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