Synonyms for leontium or Related words with leontium
Examples of "leontium"
Veteran and student journalists are honored with the Hall of Fame & Scholarship Awards of the Cincinnati chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists, with the "Delilah
Beasley Scholar" awards.
Beasley (September 9, 1867 – August 18, 1934), was an American historian, and newspaper columnist for the "Oakland Tribune", Oakland, California, US. Beasley becomes the first African-American woman to be published regularly in a major metropolitan newspaper.
On July 24, 1968 Pope Paul VI named McKinney Titular Bishop of "
" and the Auxiliary Bishop of Grand Rapids. He was ordained a bishop by Archbishop John Francis Dearden of Detroit on September 26, 1968. Bishops Allen James Babcock of Grand Rapids and Charles Salatka of Marquette acted as principal co-consecrators. In addition to Bishop Babcock, he served as auxiliary bishop to Bishops Joseph M. Breitenbeck and Robert John Rose.
Beasley died on August 18, 1934 at Fairmont Hospital in San Leandro, California. According to her death certificate, the cause of death was arterio-sclerotic heart disease with hypertension. Her home at that time was listed as being in Oakland, California. She was laid to rest at Saint Mary Cemetery in Oakland. Twenty years later, a monument was erected, and a perpetual care endowed. Carved on the old tombstone is a simple epitaph: "Author and columnist, a native of Ohio and for 25 years a resident of Oakland."
, that mere courtesan, who had the effrontery to write a riposte to Theophrastus - mind you, she wrote elegantly in good Attic, but still, this was the licence which prevailed in the Garden of Epicurus. Pliny also wondered at how a woman could possibly write against Theophrastus. Writing in the 14th century, Boccaccio wondered if Leontion was the stronger of the two of either dragging philosophy down to her level or if philosophy was the weaker because of her having an enlightened heart to be dominated by her disgraceful acts.
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