[n] - Indian nun and missionary (born in Albania) dedicated to helping the poor in India (1910-1997)
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Mother Teresa noun Indian nun and missionary (born in Albania) dedicated to helping the poor in India (1910-1997)
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(from the article `Afonso I`) ...Leon, had granted the county of Portugal to Afonso`s father, Henry of Burgundy, who successfully defended it against the Muslims (1095–1112). ... ...who ruled Castile and León (1072–1109), provided for the defense of the west by calling on Henry, brother of Duke...
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Teresa is a Finnish girl name. The meaning of the name is `Summer, Harvester` Where is it used? The name Teresa is mainly used In Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Finnish and In Polish.How do they say it elsewhere? Theresa ( In English) See also In Spanish: Tere In Slovene: Terezija In Irish: Toireas...
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[2010 telenovela] Teresa is a 2010 Mexican telenovela, protagonized and antagonized by Angelique Boyer as Teresa Chávez Aguirre with Aarón Díaz, Sebastián Rulli, and Ana Brenda Contreras in co-starring roles. Teresa is a remake of the 1959 telenovela of the same name starring Maricruz Ol...
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Teresa, Theresa, and Therese (Thérèse) are feminine given names. The name is thought to be derived from the Greek verb θήρίζεἰν therizein, meaning to harvest. Its popularity likely increased due to the prominence of several Roman Catholic saints, including Teresa of Ávila, Thérèse of ...
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Teresa de Jesus (real name Teresa Cepeda) was a Spanish nun and saint. She was born in 1515 at Avilla and died in 1582. In 1534 she entered a Carmelite convent where she found the rule of order to be laxly observed. In 1555 she experienced a sudden conversion and practised extreme austerities and wa...
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[disambiguation] Teresa is a common feminine name. Teresa, Theresa, Therese, or Thérèse may also refer to: In places: In other uses: ...
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[Barbie] Teresa is a Mattel fashion doll who is marketed as one of Barbie`s fictional friends. Teresa first debuted in the California Dream Teresa doll in 1988 and since then, she has been Barbie`s most frequently featured female companion in the toy line (next to Christie). As of 2006, Tere...
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1) 1942 oscar winner wright 2) 1979 nobel prize winning mother 3) 1979 peace nobelist 4) Actress wright 5) Actress wright or singer brewer 6) Agnes gonxha bojaxhiu 7) Blessed mother 8) Brewer from toledo 9) Brewer of 50's pop 10) ...
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