How To Use Jansen In A Sentence

  • The Jansenist Nouvelles was one of the most remarkable publishing phenomena of the eighteenth century.
  • Conductor Vladimir Jurowski is a bit older than Jansen, but still a sub-40 youngster, and has been leading the LPO for eight years. Brad Hill: Review: London Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall
  • Hlapo said an army casspir arrived at the scene but the occupants did not see Jansen or Beeton, who lay dying alongside the road. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • The quarterback sprinted toward the end zone with Jansen in hot pursuit .
  • Indeed, while its moral rigorism made it attractive to elements of the Counter‐Reformation church, Jansenism's theological and political radicalism alienated both local hierarchies and Catholic monarchs. The Situation of the Classical Roman Rite in Ireland, two years after Summorum Pontificum
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  • According to Jansen, the defences raised by the state were based on a constitutionally unsound morality which disguised itself behind the armour of public health and social malaise arguments.
  • The quarterback sprinted toward the end zone with Jansen in hot pursuit .
  • Jansenist set fire to them, and Letellier was burned to a cinder; while the Jansenist, who had no less caballed than the Jesuit, had his share of the flames. A Philosophical Dictionary
  • He had nothing in him of the morbid scrupulosity which is such an inhuman feature in French Jansenism and some of the English sects. Milton
  • Woven through several two- to six-minute selections (ideal for downloading from iTunes, yet cherished by violin fans) is the theme of night in multiple manifestations: The title track, a song by Claude Debussy; "Nocturne," by the ill-fated Lili Boulanger, who died at the age of 24; moonlight (Debussy's beloved "Clair de lune"); and dreams (Gabriel Fauré's wistful "Après un rêve," which Ms. Jansen plays with tender yearning). Busy Violinist Seeks Balance
  • I retired all three batters in the ninth and again struck out two, " recalled Jansen.
  • In 1789, he was elected by the clergy of the bailliage of Nancy to the States-General, where he coöperated with the group of deputies of Jansenist or Gallican sympathies. The Journal of Negro History, Volume 4, 1919
  • In 1661, Louis declared that five fundamental beliefs of the Jansenists were heretical.
  • The latest investigation follows continuing reports of confusion between the charity's and Jansen's finances.
  • Jansenism by the constitutionist clergy; philosophical deism by the worship of the Supreme Being, instituted by the committee of public safety; and the materialism of Holbach's school by the worship of Reason and of Nature, decreed by the commune. History of the French Revolution from 1789 to 1814
  • Cooperating with the I.G. Farbenindustry, which supplied the precious raw material for the work, he was able to prove that not an imidazole-ring (as suggested by Jansen and Donath), but a thiazole - and a pyrimidine-ring are present in vitamin Adolf Windaus - Biography
  • Instead of endlessly repeating the estimation of him as an austere stylist and Catholic/Jansenist spiritualist, recent writing has opened new aspects of his work, exploring such subjects as eroticism, both homo- , as in The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
  • He became a follower of Jansenism, a fundamentalist version of the Christianity of his day.
  • Later, Jansen and the others received a message to go back to the bay at Balikpapan, and they set off downstream again. The Prize
  • David Jansen calls for new monastic communities to provide intentional spiritual formation, similar to the traditional novitiate.
  • BISHO (ECN) - The Stutterheim and Jansenville Hospitals yesterday (SUBS: Wed) received their subsidies from the Bisho government after weeks of waiting. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Cardinal de Noailles, well disposed at bottom towards the Jansenists, but so feeble in character that determination, disgusted him as if it were a personal insult, ended by once more forbidding the nuns the sacraments; the house in the Fields was surpressed, and its title merged in that of A Popular History of France from the Earliest Times, Volume 5
  • These horns are often found in their lowest manifestation, with Havard Lund playing bass clarinet and Nils Jansen alternating between contrabass clarinet and bass saxophone.
  • As a result, they repeatedly solicited papal bulls condemning Jansenist works, and persecuted priests who refused formally to accept the condemnations.
  • Resident Nick Jansen, 59, says Swindon Council is failing to maintain the brook, which runs along the rear of the estate.
  • Although the abbess was a person exactly after his own heart, my education as a pensioner devolved much on an excellent old mother who had adopted the tenets of the Jansenists, with perhaps a still further tendency towards the reformed doctrines, than those of Port Royal. Redgauntlet
  • Praising Jansenism or the products of its teaching remained an allusive way to proclaim the need for an animating conviction to invigorate liberal principles.
  • The frequent claim that Irish Catholicism was Jansenist‐influenced springs from the tendency to confuse Jansenism with mere moral rigorism. The Situation of the Classical Roman Rite in Ireland, two years after Summorum Pontificum
  • W/O Jansen and his co-respondents have until July 21 to show why the order should not be made final. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Local tunesmith Shuyler Jansen has pulled the opening slot.
  • Jansenists that he had forbidden the brotherhood called Oratorian fathers to hear confessions, because he suspected them of a leaning to A Book of Golden Deeds
  • Reformers of the sixteenth century, partly followed by the Baianist and Jansenist school, so minimized the native power and moral value of our free will as to make final perseverance depend on God alone, while their pretended fiducial faith and inadmissibility of grace led to the conclusion that we can, in this world, have absolute certainty of our final perseverance. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip
  • In part, Jansen's relationship with McCann broke down because the Dutchman took umbrage at being asked to grade his squad members from A to E, a move designed to allow the club to assess each player's importance.
  • The quarterback sprinted toward the end zone with Jansen in hot pursuit .
  • This polemical work was nearing completion when Pascal had the joy of seeing his friends, the Duc de Roannez and the jurisconsult Domat, converted to Jansenism, as well as his niece Marguerite Perier, who had been cured of a fistula of the eye by contact with a relic of the Holy Thorn preserved at Port Royal. Archive 2008-06-15
  • Repeated in a new situation, the old formulations can often be misleading, as instanced by the examples of Baius and Jansenius in the seventeenth century.
  • * BHP plans to invest $240 mln in Canada's Jansen project * Move may threaten strength of long-term potash pricing * WN.com - Articles related to India Makes Push for Solar Power
  • Jansen also describes gabbro, diabase, ultrabasic rocks and Permian limestones in a comparable section on Naxos.
  • However much they are at variance with the cosmographical manuscripts of the past, these plain statements may be relied upon as a record of the things Olaf Jansen claims to have seen with his own eyes. The Smoky God, or: A Voyage to the Inner World
  • These horns are often found in their lowest manifestation, with Havard Lund playing bass clarinet and Nils Jansen alternating between contrabass clarinet and bass saxophone.
  • The quarterback sprinted toward the end zone with Jansen in hot pursuit .
  • These letters, wherein conventional ciphers are frequently used, constantly mention the affaire principale, projet, cabale, that is, first and foremost, the composition of the "Augustinus" by Jansen, Saint-Cyran employing himself to enlist patrons for the so-called Augustinian system (see The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy
  • The most fervent Jansenists opted for a life of severe self-denial and constant prayer, in retreat from the world.
  • As a result, they repeatedly solicited papal bulls condemning Jansenist works, and persecuted priests who refused formally to accept the condemnations.
  • Jansenist, mainly out of political hatred of the Jesuits, partly from a hostility, very easily explained, to every manifestation of ultramontane feeling and influence, partly from a professional jealousy of the clergy, but partly also because the austere predestinarian dogma, and the metaphysical theology which brought it into supreme prominence, seem often to have had an unexplained affinity for serious minds trained in legal ideas and their application. Voltaire
  • Jansen's review contained several inaccuracies.
  • Jansen advises, " Make a list of your five favorite things to do, and do them!
  • Jansen also describes gabbro, diabase, ultrabasic rocks and Permian limestones in a comparable section on Naxos.
  • In the stricter sense the term dogmatic fact is confined to books and spoken discourses, and its meaning will be explained by a reference to the condemnation by Innocent X of five propositions taken from the posthumous book of Jansenius, entitled The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy
  • Erin Jansen is founder of Netlingo, an online dictionary of Internet and text messaging terms.
  • In her study of mendicant sermons on the Magdalen, for example, Katherine Jansen finds no real difference between the various orders of friars, all of which were actively encouraging their lay congregations to confess.
  • Jansen recounts the battle by describing the action on a pair of screens that the winner gave his daughter.
  • It's a tall order but Jansen believes his team-mates can achieve their goal if they put their minds to it.

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