Cath.) (1905); G.
Cath.), the city hospital, St Paul's sanitarium (Rom.
Cath.), and the Baptist Memorial sanitarium.
Cath.), Commentarius de actis et scriptis M.
In Welsh and Cornish the name is cath.
The leading members of that school adopted 3 Epp. Cath.
The original Syriac list, as we have seen, had neither Epp. Cath.
nor Apoc. The Peshito version, in regard to which Professor Burkitt's view is now pretty generally accepted, that it was the work of Rabbula, bishop of Edessa, 411-433, added the 3 Epp. Cath.
The remaining 4 Epp. Cath.
C. 16; (4) Lambeth 48; (5) Arundel 60; (6) Salisbury Cath.
of Eraclius and other early writers); Catalogue of Museum of Royal Irish Academy; Les Nielles a la cath.
intraspecific variation is in progress. ** CATH WALLER Scarborough Center for Coastal Studies, University of Hull.
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