Sentences Containing 'credo'
"Standing for academic excellence and educational justice” is the credo adopted by the University of Redland's School of Education.
"The Master and Margarita" (1994) brought another part of the actress' credo forward that had been unknown before.
But if January 13 occurred on Sunday, the Office and Mass were to be those of the ""Feast of the Holy Family"" without any commemoration of the Baptism of Our Lord. The days from the Ascension of Our Lord to the Vigil of Pentecost exclusive became feriae of Eastertide (in the Simple rite); the Mass was to be that of the Feast of the Ascension, but without the Credo and the special Communicantes.
Coburn's website features a news item about United Nations whistleblower Mathieu Credo Koumoin, a former employee for the U.N. Development Program in West Africa, who has asked U.N. ethics chief Robert Benson for protection under the U.N.'s new whistleblower protection rules.
Credo is the latest generation of digital camera backs from Leaf, and the first new back since Phase One purchased Leaf that does not base itself on previous models.
Credo of the Five-Level Method/Shorin-Ju Kenpo: "The ultimate goal of The Five-Level Method© is neither victory nor defeat, but the perfection of ones character."
Later on, this text includes an artistic credo: Each sound is a universe.
Only one work is known to be by Nycasius with reasonable certainty, a "Credo Vilayge", which exists in multiple sources, although even this attribution has been questioned.
The endeavor is governed by the Trivia Credo: "Trivia is meant to be entertainment and should be perceived solely in that light."
The Mass was to be the same as that of January 1, but without the Credo and the special "Communicantes".
The re-recorded solo tracks are "State of Mind" (1990, from Vigil in a Wilderness of Mirrors), "Credo", "Lucky", "Favourite Stranger", "Just Good Friends" (now a duet with Sam Brown) (1991, from Internal Exile), "Somebody Special" (1994, from Suits).
The team adhere to the credo "you can't cheat an honest man", with all of their marks being people who have some kind of illegal or immoral activity in their pasts or simply demonstrating a fundamentally negative personality; in one episode, Mickey stated that he selects marks that he personally has reason to dislike in order to ensure that the con is never exclusively about the money.
With the suppression of the Octave of Epiphany, the days from January 7 to 12 became feriae per annum (in the Simple rite); the Mass was to be the same as that of the Epiphany, but without the Credo and without the special "Communicantes".
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::: clich - \'e phrase dulled in meaning by repetition; platitude; ADJ. clich\'ed
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::: blowhard - talkative boaster; braggart