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English author, physiologist, and popularizer of science   proposed international language Interglossa   wrote "Mathematics for the Million" 1936, "Science for the Citizen" 1938, "The Loom of Language" 1..

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827 – Saint Cyril born in Thessaloniki to a Greek drungarios (a military officer) named Leon and Maria, possibly a Slav from the hinterlands of Thessaloniki. He was a Greek monk, scholar, theologian, and linguist. He is best known today for his work in Christianising the Slavs and, with his brother Saint Methodius, is credited ..

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1735 – He was born this year in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.   1753 – He joined the Society of Jesus.   1755 – He began his studies of philosophy and theology at Liège, and after fourteen years (1769) was ordained priest at the age of thirty-four.   1772 – He traveled through Europe as preceptor, ..

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1912 – Born on March 1st in Montreal, Quebec. Archbishop of Toronto.          – Educated at St. Patrick’s Boy’s School, Montreal College. 1933 – Received his B.A. degree from University of Montreal. 1937 – Ordained as a priest in Montreal.          – He supervied the Montreal Catholic School Commission. 1941 – He was ..

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1692 – Born in Wantage on the 18th of May. 1714  – He decided to enter the Church of England, and went to Oxford. After holding various other preferments, he became rector of the rich living of Stanhope. 1736 – He was made the head chaplain of King George II’s wife Caroline, on the advice ..

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1887 – Born on October 4th in Saint Joseph, Missouri. American Catholic Bishop. 1914 – He was ordained as a priest of Saint Joseph, Missouri on September 19th. 1936 – Appointed and ordained as the bishop of San Diego, California on December 21st. 1939 – Bishop Charles F. Buddy of the San Diego Roman Catholic ..

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1835 – Born on the 13th of December in Boston, Massachusetts. 1855 – Attended college at the Boston Latin School and graduated from Harvard University. 1856 – Studied for ordination in the Episcopal Church in the Virginia Theological Seminary at Alexandria, Virginia. 1859 – Graduated from Virginia Theological Seminary, was ordained deacon by Bishop William ..

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