How To Use Jerome In A Sentence

  • Note 17: Joseph Jérôme Lefrançais de Lalande, L'Art de faire le maroquin, ([Paris, 1766]). de Lalande also published earlier work on a similar subject L'Art du tanneur ([Paris], 1764). back The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe
  • LAHAYE: Well, first of all, the reason rapture doesn't occur is because rapture comes from a Latin word in the fourth century, Jerome when he translated it. CNN Transcript - Larry King Live: Is the Apocalypse Coming? - June 19, 2000
  • Lo spot è stato direttp ed animato da Yoann Lemoine e prodotto da Jerome Denis presso Wanda Productions. No Fat Clips!!! : Tiji: Le Ballon
  • On March 6 and 8 he portrays the randy Latin sailor in Jerome Robbins's Fancy Free.
  • The book includes many references to Joseph-Jerôme Lalande's L'Art de faire le maroquin and Quemiset promises to improve on that work. 17 reference The preface also connects this book to publications on dyeing cloth, suggesting that Quemiset will organize the subject of dyeing leathers and establish its rules as Hellot's, Macquer's, and Le Pileur d'Apligny's books had done for wool, silk, and cotton, respectively. reference The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe
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  • One of the aliens scuttled forward and fiddled with one of its gadgets, finally producing an audible series of grunts, whistles, and squeaks which to Jerome's untutored ears sounded exactly like the sounds of dolphins. A Simple Misunderstanding
  • St. Jerome's version is one of his most careful efforts at translation of the Masorah, and is of the greatest exegetical importance. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent
  • Stanford's win overshadowed a sterling performance by Jerome Harrison, who rushed 29 times for 218 yards and scored a TD for the Cougars. USATODAY.com - Scores
  • Considering the overall political climate in the General Assembly, Jerome Gray, state field director of the ADC, is skeptical that real election reform legislation will pass in the next session. Budget Woes and Partisan Politics Block Election Reform
  • Upon hearing news of the Queen's visit, Chartwells Catering Services - which serves Sheridan College as well as St. Jerome's University - chose six of the best chefs in its employ to cater the event.
  • Resigned to his status as a lowly hospital attendant at the Whitestone Sanitarium, Jerome dreams of the day he can once again ply the Hippocratic oath.
  • I hesitate before hooking left and Jerome is on me with punches to my head.
  • Constantine had conceived an especial affection for King Jerome; the king even carried his affection so far as to 'tutoy' him, and wished him to do the same. Complete Project Gutenberg Collection of Memoirs of Napoleon
  • Hunt KOs Jerome, with a flurry of lefts and rights, polished off by a right hook to the head that tracks him down to the mat.
  • Jerome Young ran a very evenly paced race in the 400 metres final - and that was the secret to his victory.
  • In the oldest known recension of the so-called martyrology of St. Jerome the name of St. Blasius does not appear; it is only in the later, enlarged catalogues that he is mentioned. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne
  • On his instruction, Phil Bardsley shepherded a Cameron Jerome flick-on in to the box just before half-time. Sunderland's hopes of survival hurt by Birmingham and Simon Mignolet
  • “The efficiency of this technique is controversial,” says Jérôme Kasparian at the University of Geneva, Switzerland, one member of a research team that think lasers may be a better way to trigger rain on demand. Scientists Create Laser to Generate Clouds that Could Trigger Rain on Demand | Impact Lab
  • Geneva watchmaker Romain Jerome SA billed its "Titanic-DNA" collection as among the most exclusive pieces showcased this week at Baselworld, the watch and jewellery industry's largest annual trade fair. Boing Boing: April 8, 2007 - April 14, 2007 Archives
  • Jerome was dumbfounded at the double life his longtime chess partner had been leading.
  • After Nestorius was condemned, Pelagius and his followers were again attacked by Augustine, Jerome, and others as heretics. Augustine vs. Pelagius Part Four - The Politics of Free Will | Heretical Ideas Magazine
  • I arrived on Friday night and met with Jerome and one of his associates in a suite of production offices they had reserved for our purposes on the old Columbia Studio lot in Hollywood.
  • Mrs. Jerome had brought her two elder daughters to join in the gaieties of the regatta.
  • Back from summering in their Malibu palace, Mary and Vince Kickerillo joined the party along with Regina Rogers, Renee and Ben Danziger, Sybil Balasco, and Jerome and Nadine Moon of Who Made the Cake!
  • The Hebrew name, probably in the intensive form, Nahhum, signifies primarily "full of consolation or comfort", hence "consoler" (St. Jerome, consolator), or "comforter". The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman
  • Jerome rubbed his chin, and after a few minutes of thought, moved his knight, capturing Adam's last bishop.
  • Darlene Jerome is Personnel and Training Director; for more information, contact her via e-mail to darlene_jerome@sil.org … Mobile Member Care
  • To quote that great idler Jerome K Jerome, laziness is a subject on which I consider myself to be extremely au fait.
  • The theological debates occasioned by this crisis of identity occupied the generation of Jerome and Augustine.
  • The place was already engulfed in flames when he and his roommate Jerome awoke.
  • Later, Gershwin collaborated with composers such as Kurt Weill, Jerome Kern and Harold Arlen. Five People Born on December 6th | myFiveBest
  • Septuagint renders hyper ton kryphion; Vulg., pro occultis, "for the hidden"; Symmachus, hyper ton aionion, "for the everlasting"; Aquila, epi neanioteton; St. Jerome, pro juventutibus, "for youth". The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss
  • Christ’s coming, or εἰσοδου, — _coming in_, as the Septuagint read, meaning his coming, or entering into his temple, mentioned in the first verse; by which temple Jerome upon the place rightly understandeth the church, or spiritual temple. The Works of Mr. George Gillespie (Vol. 1 of 2)
  • St Jerome’s traditional Gallican psalter from the Vulgate is given in the text of all the hours. Update on the Baronius Latin-English Breviary
  • Jerome will have a fit when he learns that he lost the election.
  • We kid about the frequency of Jerome's missives due to .... well, the ** frequency** of his letters. "max stanfield wrote on Apr 23, 2009 11: 09 AM: undefined
  • Poor Jerome is shown to have been a tempting target for bullies from an early age, and hence an unlikely candidate for any kind of careerist rat race. The Devil Is a Dominatrix, But Streep's No Real Surprise
  • The young clerk flushed with pleasure at this chorus of praise, rude and indiscriminate indeed, and yet so much heartier and less grudging than any which he had ever heard from the critical brother Jerome, or the short-spoken Abbot. The White Company
  • [[Vulgate]] by [[Jerome]], which was completed in the fourth century AD and allowed the common people (Lat. '' vulgus '') to understand the Bible in their native language instead of Hebrew or Greek. Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
  • In the south of France a wonderful woman supervises another terrific restaurant, the Hostellerie Jerome in La Turbie.
  • Jerome Pinder at Weblog Bahamas is pleased that his country “finally gets one break for the good guys!” Global Voices in English » Global: Happy Mother’s Day!
  • Recognizing these great gifts but also his corrosive personality four men and women covenanted to stick by Jerome.
  • King Jerome took no notice of her annoyance and chagrin. SOMEDAY MY PRINCE
  • Catholic theologians, from Jerome to Augustine to Aquinas to the Council of Trent, more or less followed Aristotle's distinction between "unformed" and "formed" or "animated" fetuses to argue that ensoulment, and therewith, fully human life begins not at conception but at some later point in embryonic development. John Seery: Pro-life Phoniness
  • A member of a musical family, in which his mother, Rose, sang and played the songs of Cole Porter and Jerome Kern, and his grandfather was a cantor at a Bronx synagogue, young Alan joined right in.
  • Pseudo-Jerome: Here again the demoniac is the people of the Gentiles, in a most hopeless case, bound neither by the law of nature, nor of God, nor by human fear. Catena Aurea - Gospel of Mark
  • RB Jerome Bettis prefers having a fullback in the backfield, which is why Krieder's performance is so critical.
  • Always ‘in character’ as the self-appointed roué, Jerome's encounters with women are strangely enervated events.
  • That said, Jerome Vareille stood out like a beacon of hope, creating or being on the end of the best of the few chances.
  • The formation of small particles is a step, said Jerome Kasparian, one of the members of the team. ABC News: Top Stories
  • Early last month a highway patrol cop spotted Jerome Broaster stashing a gun inside a brown Oldsmobile in the course of a routine traffic stop.
  • Taking out a sheet of drawing paper, she sat down at her desk, and began to sketch an image of Jerome from her mind.
  • A dirigible is something magical," said Jérôme Giacomoni, who was 25 when he founded Aerophile with a friend. Boing Boing
  • The scudder-fish banked; Jerome could feel the change in the water over his skin. Crystal Rain
  • Jerome nodded, taking a long strip of jerky from his plate.
  • Jerome Deener, managing partner at Deener, Hirsch & Shramenko PC in Hackensack, N.J. Ms. Karmazin had sold the assets, at a 40\% discount, to a defective grantor trust in 1999 to benefit her two children. WSJ.com: What's News US
  • Look at his wonderful tondo painting, the Virgin and Child with Saints Jerome and John the Baptist, where he makes the poison green and electric blue of the Virgin's mantle even more intense by placing them next to the bright yellow and orange mops of curly hair sported by the goofy Christ child and even goofier John the Baptist. Archive 2007-10-01
  • Jerome and other Fathers called the communion bread -- _little body_, and the communion table -- _mystical table_; the latter, in allusion to the heathen and early Christian mysteries, and the former, in reference to the children sacrificed at the Agapae. The Freethinker's Text Book, Part II. Christianity: Its Evidences, Its Origin, Its Morality, Its History
  • For the most part, critical commentary on postwar experimental fiction (more broadly "postmodern" fiction) has focused on "experiment" as, in Jerome Klinkowitz's words, the "disruption" of a "conservative stability of form" in literary fiction (Literary Disruptions, 1980). Experimental Fiction
  • Rightfully, when I came in Jerome (Bettis) was the guy. Steelers tight end Miller excels at right time
  • Jerome has an aunt and uncle in Laguna Hills and some relatives in South Dakota.
  • There had also been found among the German Catholics many men of splendid eloquence and zeal, of holy life and ceaseless labour, such as Tetzel, Johann von Eck, Miltitz, Nausea, Jerome Emser, Julius Pflug, Johann Gropper, who had striven courageously and most effectively on the Catholic side. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4: Clandestinity-Diocesan Chancery
  • Her son, Jerome, was born in September.
  • In a split second Jerome, whose anger had begun to build, flashed out his gun and fired, but Selby dropped to one knee and fired his gun, winging him.
  • She introduces the narrator to Jerome Strozzi, an aging priest who ministers to society's throwaways.
  • In the last decade of his life, composers such as Irving Berlin and Jerome Kern often solicited his services to write the ballet scores for elaborate dance routines in their revues or shows.
  • It is true that Jerome endeavoured to enhance the dignity of the priesthood at the expense of the episcopate and to refer the bishop's superiority "rather to ecclesiastical custom than to Divine regulation" (In Tit., i, 5: "Episcopi noverint se magis consuetudine quam dispositionis dominicæ veritate presbyteris esse majores"). The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss
  • Tennessee tried to keep the ball out of Jerome Mathis 'hands by squibbing the kickoff, but Todd Washington pitched it to the rookie returner. USATODAY.com - Scores
  • Karle's husband, Jerome, was tasked with preparing plutonium metal directly from crude plutonium oxide. The work was dangerous.
  • Jerome managed to be captured by Chief Joseph's men in 1877 and the army all but cashiered him, but he lived long and well on his inheritance, likely meeting his grandnephew Winston Churchill before his 1935 death.
  • In the Jerome or Verde district of central Arizona, folded pre-Cambrian greenstones and sediments were invaded by masses of quartz-porphyry, and after further deformation, rendering many of the rocks schistose, were intruded by an augite-diorite. The Economic Aspect of Geology
  • The development of monasticism introduced a dualism into Christian morality, in that it proposed for the ascetes a morality essentially different from that of the rest of the Christian world, the latter being based upon the divine command, and the former upon pretended divine counsels; with this error were more or less affected Lactantius, Ambrose, Chrysostom, Jerome, and Augustine. Christian Ethics. Volume I.���History of Ethics.
  • Those with more time go to Urbino, for the enigmatic little painting once called a flagellation, now identified as "The Dream of St. Jerome. A Piero Without Peer
  • Strabo xi. 507, et sq. [1532] The obelus (/-) is used by Jerome to mark superfluous matter in the lxx.cf. Jer.p. 494, in Canon Fremantle's Translation. NPNF2-08. Basil: Letters and Select Works
  • King Jerome took no notice of her annoyance and chagrin. SOMEDAY MY PRINCE
  • To begin with, we notice only the presence of two penitent saints, Mary Magdalene on the right identified by her ointment jar, and Jerome on the left in penitential dress, though without the usual stone that he employed to beat himself.
  • When Jerome started work there were already Latin translations of many of the books of the Bible.
  • Jerome watched several women run to the edge of the water as men broke the surface with scudder-fish. Crystal Rain
  • Charlie Garner caught a long pass near the sideline and was slammed out of bounds by Jerome Woods.
  • Jerome was dumbfounded at the double life his longtime chess partner had been leading.
  • Cyril Connolly and Jerome Zerbe include the Desert de Retz in their book "Les Pavillons" (1962) with Zerbe remembering "goats glattering up the beautifully modulated spiral staircase" and noting that the structure was then in a "terrible state" and hoping someone would come along "with the means and taste to restore it. The Broken Column House
  • A bloody lip and blood covered shirt front were also Jerome's.
  • Pius VII. would not yield; but Napoleon found greater servility in the metropolitan officialty of Paris; and October 6, 1806, he secured a sentence pronouncing the nullity of his brother Jerome's marriage with The Court of the Empress Josephine
  • He left Ireland with his family when aged six months to live in England and the Sweeney family returned to Ireland when Jerome was nearly five.
  • The Hebrew word, which St. Jerome has here rendered by the name Cocytus, (which the poets represent as a river in hell,) signifies a valley or a torrent: and in this place, is taken for the low region of death and hell: which willingly, as it were, receives the wicked at their death: who are ushered in by innumerable others that have gone before them; and are followed by multitudes above number. The Bible, Douay-Rheims, Complete The Challoner Revision
  • Brother Jerome stood perched on the mounting-block by the hail, his attention divided between giving orders left and right, and watching every moment at the gate. Monk's Hood
  • 5. This is called the Hieronymian view in honor of Jerome Eusebius Hieronymus, not to be confused with Eusebius of Caesarea, the 5th-century Christian theologian who was its champion. The Jesus Dynasty
  • It's the intricate way Jerome conveys his acidic comments that leaves you in stitches.
  • Fort Worth coin dealer B. Max Mehl, a tireless promoter of the coin hobby throughout the first half of the 20th century, included the sale in his May 1950 Golden Jubilee Sale, featuring the Jerome Kern Collection and other properties. CLASSIC RARITIES: Adams-Carter 1804 Class III Silver Dollar : Coin Collecting News
  • Also out of left field, (and with regard to sarah’s post, 31st Jan 9. 20PM) Hieronymus is the greek name for Saint Jerome … .. The Tail Section » Episode 4.1 “The Beginning of the End” Afterthoughts
  • For the Church of the Badia of Florence he made a very beautiful S. Jerome; and he began a Deposition from the Cross for the high-altar of the Friars of the Nunziata, but only finished the figures in the upper half of the picture, for, being overcome by a most cruel fever and by that contraction of the throat that is commonly known as quinsy, he died in a few days at the age of forty-five. Lives of the Most Eminent Painters Sculptors and Architects Vol. 04 (of 10), Filippino Lippi to Domenico Puligo
  • Jerome has an aunt and uncle in Laguna Hills and some relatives in South Dakota.
  • Even St. Jerome, the distinguished fourth-century Doctor of the Church, biblical translator, and author of the Vulgate Bible, described the primary sin of Sodom as "pride, bloatedness, the abundance of all things, leisure and delicacies. What Was the Real Sin of Sodom?
  • His September appearances with Joe Lovano and Bill Frisell have been overtaken this year by his "New Trio": French saxophonist Jerome Sabbagh sports a comparatively light, airy sound that suggests a pan-global, postmodern Lester Young ; guitarist Ben Monder occasionally creates Frisell-ian soundscapes, but also foregoes the electronics in favor of more traditional harmonic support. The Jazz Scene: Hot Tones, Francophones
  • Just as he had been promised the post of minister to Jerome in Westphalia, the Empire fell to pieces; and balked of his ambassade de famille as he called it, he went off in despair to Egypt with General de Two Poets
  • Closing this window without pressing "Report" will result in your words being lost. no longer will people called lulu/jerome paid £70k a year by the taxpayer be allowed to pinch ideas off youtube and pass them off as their own to someone called dame marjory who has The Guardian World News
  • First Madame Mère ( smiling), then Louis—leaning heavily on two walking sticks, his expression hooded—followed at a distance by Hortense, Jérôme and his wife, Caroline and Joachim (snickering), Julie (Joseph is in Spain), Eugène and, at the last, a giggling Pauline. The Last Great Dance on Earth
  • Jerome, muttering and dripping thick mud and rainwater, brought up the rear of this merry parade.
  • His mother sang and played the songs of Cole Porter and Jerome Kern
  • He hit the road as a tenor saxophonist and clarinettist with the Henry Jerome Swing Band.
  • Zeng Li deserves praise for the sumptuous sets, and Jerome Kaplan for the opulent costumes.
  • Oh, Lucy's brother Rob will be deejaying at St Jerome's tonight.
  • The historian Maffei (for our purpose his "anecdota of Cassiodorus" are to be noted, 1702), Vallarsi (St. Jerome, 1734-42, a great work, and The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI
  • The TRC is the key to the reconciliation and achievement of genuine peace in Liberia," stated the commission's president, Jerome Verdier, who led a tour of six northern and eastern provinces where TRC members were able to go and explain their work. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Ace, not liking his perch to have been taken, came down and gave a sharp peck on Jerome's hand.
  • Between them the additions of Jérôme Boateng, Yaya Touré, Mario Balotelli and James Milner added close to £17m, which the departure of Robinho and his £8. 125m a year in amortisation charges could only partially offset. Sheikh Mansour takes spending at Manchester City past half-billion mark
  • Earlier, the Chief Minister disapproved of Mr. Jerome's statement.
  • At this time Jerome had translated the Hebrew Bible into Latin and it came to be known as the Vulgate, for the vulgar, that is, the ordinary people.
  • Jerome is a, more learned exegetist, better equipped in respect of Scriptural erudition; he is even purer in his style; but, despite his impetuous ardour, he is less animated, less striking, than his correspondent of Hippo. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne
  • Her son, Jerome, was born in September.
  • Bride, do you, father Jerome, the abbot of said house, to know, that finding you were disposed to treat me as a prisoner and a spy, in the sanctuary to which you had received me as a distressed person, I have resolved to use my natural liberty, with which you have no right to interfere, and therefore have withdrawn myself from your abbacy. Castle Dangerous
  • With the extra free time, they might do more volunteer work, Jerome said.
  • He was smiling, frustrating Jerome in some mysterious way.
  • Anne Sebba – author of “American Jennie” Jennie Jerome is mainly known to modern audiences as ... Princess Alice: The Irrepressible Miss Roosevelt | Edwardian Promenade
  • VI, xiv, 1), places it almost on an equality with the antilegomena or better class of disputed writings; Jerome rejects it flatly. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize
  • He slowed his pace to observe where Jerome went, and followed him without haste into the cloister.
  • Eusebius had mentioned seven Epistles, but Ussher -- deceived by a mistake on the part of St. Jerome -- exscinded the Epistle to Polycarp, and condemned it as spurious. The Quarterly Review, Volume 162, No. 324, April, 1886
  • Pre Jerome it was very lovely; and before its homely altar, not homely to him, in the performance of those solemn offices, symbols of heaven's mightiest truths, in the hearing of the organ's harmonies, and the yet more eloquent interunion of human voices in the choir, in overlooking the worshipping throng which knelt under the soft, chromatic lights, and in breathing the sacrificial odors of the chancel, he found a deep and solemn joy; and yet I guess the finest thought of his soul the while was one that came thrice and again: Old Creole Days
  • Even better is a S. Jerome in Penitence, of the same size, in the guardaroba of Duke Cosimo; for if Fra Filippo was a rare master in all his pictures, he surpassed himself in the small ones, to which he gave such grace and beauty that nothing could be better, as may be seen in the predelle of all the panels that he painted. Lives of the Most Eminent Painters Sculptors and Architects Vol. 03 (of 10), Filarete and Simone to Mantegna
  • Writ, like a cheverel; and when there are many things in St. Paul that thwart themselves, which yet in their proper place do well enough if there be any credit to be given to St. Jerome that was master of five tongues. In Praise of Folly
  • Special Branch later established that McMahon was actually an alias used by Dublin born Jerome Bannigan.
  • Britain's victory hopes took a setback during the warm-up when the penalty corner specialist Ben Hawes strained a calf muscle and was replaced by Jerome Goudie.
  • It somewhat lessens in our notions the personal responsibility, or the personal potatory capability of the parson, to discover that there was an ordination in town during that rum-paged week, and that the visiting ministers probably drank the greater portion of Jerome Ripley's liquor. Sabbath in Puritan New England
  • That June, Jerome Corsi, the man best known as the coauthor of Unfit for Command: Swift Boat Veterans Speak Out Against John Kerry, took to the Internet to sound the alarm about a new threat being advanced by the very man he had helped to reelect: “Quietly but systematically the Bush administration is advancing the plan to build a huge NAFTA Super Highway, four football fields wide, through the heart of the U.S.,” he wrote on the website for the conservative weekly Human Events. Interstate 69
  • Jerome Delay/Associated Press CONGO ORPHANS: Orphans and children separated from their parents in the Congo conflict rested Thursday at a center in Goma. Today's Photos: Nov. 13
  • Thus, according to St Jerome, he was driven mad by a love philtre, wrote poetry in his lucid intervals, and died by his own hand, leaving his poem to be edited posthumously by Cicero. Lucretius
  • There is only one reference in this entire piece to the concept of dissociation, which is perhaps even more important than repression in these cases, and that is in the reference to a book Repression and Dissociation edited by Jerome L. Singer. 'Victims of Memory': An Exchange
  • The liturgical cultus of Abercius presents no point of special interest; his name appears for the first time in the Greek menologies and synaxaries of the tenth century, but is not found in the Martyrology of St. Jerome. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize
  • Receiving the awards were: Executive Assistant Manager, Food and Beverage, Mr. Jerome Colson (Right), Palladio Restaurant Manager Fabrizio Bosco (Left) and Palladio chef de cuisine Gianluca Serafin.
  • The translations by his champion Rufinus are often freer and more periphrastic than those of Jerome, in the interests of orthodoxy and of clarity.
  • Julius Africanus lived at Emmaus and composed a chronography, out of which the episcopal lists of Rome, Alexandria, and Antioch, and a great deal of other matter, have been preserved for us in St. Jerome's version of the Chronicle of Eusebius, and in The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI
  • Bank terbesar kedua Perancis, Soc Gen di bobol oleh karyawan seniornya sendiri, Jerome Kerviel dan mengakibatkan kerugian sebesar 4,9 Euros. EVENT/INCIDENT 2008 ACCORDING TO DATE(NATIONAL&a
  • Jerome, the youngest of the whole family, the "middy," as Napoleon liked to call him, had been placed in the navy, in which profession he passed as having distinguished himself, after leaving his admiral in rather a peculiar manner, by attacking an English convoy, and eventually escaping the English by running into the port of Concarneau, believed to be inaccessible. Complete Project Gutenberg Collection of Memoirs of Napoleon
  • Thus Jerome emphasises the crepuscular setting, and a certain psychic distance opens up between shroud and sudarium. Easter Sunday
  • Third party carriers deliver finished products directly to Jerome Cheese Company's customers from three shipping docks.
  • Holy Writ, like a cheverel; and when there are many things in St. Paul that thwart themselves, which yet in their proper place do well enough if there be any credit to be given to St. Jerome that was master of five tongues. The Praise of Folly
  • A passage frown Jerome's _Epistle to Evangelus_ is often quoted in works on church government, as equalising, or nearly so, the office of bishop and presbyter; but the drift of the argument seems to be, to show that the _site_ of a bishop's see, be it great or small, important or otherwise, does not affect the episcopal _office_. Notes and Queries, Number 53, November 2, 1850
  • Everywhere else St. Jerome teaches that the punishment of the devils and of the impious, that is of those who have not come to the Faith, shall be eternal. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize
  • Jerome rubbed his chin, and after a few minutes of thought, moved his knight, capturing Adam's last bishop.
  • Saint Jerome was the pope of Roman Catholic. To observe strictly the doctrines, he even moved to the dessert to abstain from his various material wants.
  • Jerome seems to have had the monacal feelings which led him wholly to avoid the society of women.
  • He turned to glare, so far as his mild, plain face was capable of glaring, at the incubus of whom he spoke, and behold, Brother Jerome had vanished from his mounting-block, and was scurrying head-down for the abbot's lodging. Monk's Hood
  • The statement may (with St. Peter keeping the gate) have been challenged in paradise, but in literature at all events the unhonored life of Jérome Coignard has clothed him with glory of tolerably longeval looking texture. The Queen Pedauque
  • For this reason, Charlton tripped over two bushes, three curbs, and one nearsighted dog, (who was as surprised as Charlton), as he and Jerome made their way to the nursing home.
  • Then again, Fifa's general secretary, Jérôme Valcke, hosting the draw and looking to make the time-honoured transition from office administration to light entertainment, is no Dave Lee Travis or 'Diddy' David Hamilton, however much glitter he sprinkles over himself. Girl from Ipanema was not the only bum note struck at a Rio marina | Scott Murray
  • Jerome looked at his brother with his cold, deep-set eyes.
  • Jerome is disgusted," his lawyer, Olivier Metzner later told reporters. Rogue French Trader Sentenced to 3 Years
  • Jerome's explanation only prompted more questions, but Dale held his tongue.
  • The early fathers of the Christian Church — Augustine, Jerome, Ambrose, and Gregory the Great — transformed classical architectural mnemonics into sancta memoria (holy recollection), a monastic practice of meditation that cultivated the memory through aedificatio, a process in which the craft of edifying thoughts mirrored the edifying craft of architecture. Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro
  • S. Jerome exposeth it thus: Alle, id est cantate, lu, id est laudem, ye, id est deum vel dominum, that is to say: Sing you lauding to our Lord Jesu Christ. The Golden Legend, vol. 7
  • An atelier repetition of this fine original is No. 166 in the Vienna Gallery; the only material variation traceable in this last-named example being that in lieu of St. Ambrose, wearing a kind of biretta, we have St. Jerome bareheaded. The Earlier Work of Titian
  • His humour is not the same as the equally English humour of Jerome K. Jerome or The Diary of a Nobody, which might be described, without being offensive, as lower middle class in origin.
  • The morning of the move, Jerome talked about finding a grocery store near their new home.
  • The opening of Jerome Park did as much for "horseflesh" by rescuing the sport of horse racing from the blackguards and thieves, into whose hands it had fallen, and placing it upon a respectable footing. Lights and Shadows of New York Life or, the Sights and Sensations of the Great City
  • The statements of Jerome have been questioned or disbelieved on the ground of their intrinsic improbability.
  • Greek tagma, was originally used of any estate in the church, e.g. St. Jerome, On Isaiah v. 19, 18. NPNF2-08. Basil: Letters and Select Works
  • The plan appeared virtually infallible; even if the Russians pressed Jerome hard in the early days, he would still be able to seek sanctuary behind the fortifications of the Rivers Narew and Vistula, and the general effect would be the same; Bagration would be trapped as before, but with the Vistula to his front instead of the River Bug. THE CAMPAIGNS OF NAPOLEON

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