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  Paul of Tarsus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Paul is described in the New Testament as a Hellenized Jew and Roman citizen from Tarsus (in present-day Turkey).
Paul merely mentions that he preached in Syria and Cilicia (Gal 1:18–20); and though Acts states that Paul later "went through Syria and Cilicia, strengthening the churches" (15:41), it does not explicitly state that these were churches founded by Paul on a previous journey.
Paul believed the advantage of the Jews was their being entrusted with the oracles of heaven, and that the law was upon them.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Paul_of_Tarsus   (6377 words)

 Paul McCartney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sir James Paul McCartney, MBE (born June 18, 1942) is a British singer, musician and songwriter, who first came to prominence as a member of The Beatles.
James Paul McCartney was born at Walton Hospital in northern Liverpool, where his mother had worked as a nurse, and where his brother, Michael McCartney (also a performer, whose stage name is Mike McGear), was born a year later.
Paul and Heather's first child, Beatrice Milly, was born on 28 October 2003.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Paul_McCartney   (5966 words)

Paul preached in the synagogue every Sabbath day, and when the violent opposition of the Jews denied him entrance there he withdrew to an adjoining house which was the property of a proselyte named Titus Justus.
According to them Paul was the creator of theology, the founder of the Church, the preacher of asceticism, the defender of the sacraments and of the ecclesiastical system, the opponent of the religion of love and liberty which Christ came to announce to the world.
Paul never answers this question directly, but he shows us the drama of Calvary under three aspects, which there is danger in separating and which are better understood when compared: (a) at one time the death of Christ is a sacrifice intended, like the sacrifice of the Old Law, to expiate sin and propitiate God.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/11567b.htm   (10754 words)

 Paul Rose Band   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Paul Rose is without doubt one of the most unique and talented guitarists around today.
Born in Newcastle, north east England in July 1966, Paul's natural gift shone through at an early age, and he was already being hailed as one of the best guitarists in the region by the age of 16.
Despite all the accolades of this era, Paul was battling with his own personal demons, and as a result suffered seemingly countless disappointments and setbacks during his early career.
www.paulrose.co.uk   (453 words)

 Paul Winchell - Ventriloquist, Inventor of the Artifical Heart, Famous Voice Over artist. And that's just for starters!
Paul Winchell had a lifetime of achievements however I was most impressed with what he was doing right up until his passing.
At 82 Paul was still active and was working on streaming video that would showcase full half hour children shows from the 50's and 60's.
Paul Winchell, the voice of Tigger in "Winnie the Pooh" features for more than three decades and a versatile ventriloquist who became a fixture in early children's television along with his dummies Jerry Mahoney and Knucklehead Smiff, has died.
www.paulwinchell.com   (1263 words)

 Paul Jacoulet
Paul Jacoulet, born in France and raised in Japan, fits into none of the mainstream art movements.
Paul Jacoulet was born in Paris in 1902.
Paul had a lively interest in Japanese culture and was a frequent guest in the Noh and Kabuki theaters.
www.artelino.com /articles/paul_jacoulet.asp   (794 words)

 Paul Casey - The Official Website   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Paul will be doing a second London gig at The Metro Club, Oxford St on Wednesday, 26 April.
Paul will be supporting Chris Rea on his farewell tour which is taking place in 2006.
Paul recorded a new radio edit of the song in January 2006.
paulcaseymusic.com   (689 words)

 Paul Duffy | Irish Born Entertainer
Paul has three children, and now resides with his wife, Kelly, in the Boston metro area.
A composer, lyricist, vocalist, producer and instrumentalist (Paul plays the saxophone, guitar, flute, keyboards, trumpet, drums, tin whistle and now the bag pipes), a performance by Paul is not to be missed.
Paul has appeared on several television variety shows in England and Ireland as well as placing second in Europe's very prestigious Eurovision Songwriters Competition with a viewing audience of over 20 million.
www.paulduffyentertainment.com   (334 words)

 Busy Hands Records
Paul moved to Vermont in the heady "back-to-the-land" days of 1971, where he still lives.
Also during this time, Paul found the time to teach a number of workshops and perform demos on 10 top-flight luthiers' steel-string creations at the Newport Guitar Festival in Newport, RI in August (for pix of the Festival, see the photo gallery page #1).
A little while back, Paul received Seven Days magazine's "Best Musician of 2004" Daysie Award (the runner-up was a young up-and-comer named Trey Anastasio...) Also, Maine Public Radio recently aired a live-in-the-studio, featuring reminiscences of early Chicago days, performing philosophy, off-the-cuff guitar interludes, and more.
www.paulasbell.com   (760 words)

 Paul Is Dead - Main
It is difficult to pinpoint the exact origin of the 'Paul Is Dead' hoax.
Or that Paul McCartney is actually dead, and this was the way it was announced.
Campbell's prize was to be made a clone of Paul for photos, videos, movies, etc. Plastic surgery was used to smooth out the minor differences.
www.geocities.com /SunsetStrip/3674/pid.html   (399 words)

 Shareware - Paul's Picks Shareware, Freeware, DemoWare and Public Domain Library and Download Site. Fast searchable ...
Paul wanted a place where he could easily point people to files that he had picked as his favorites, as well as a place that authors could easily post their files for inclusion in the MSN Shareware Library.
Paul was the Forum Manager of the Microsoft Network Online Shareware Forum since the early beta days of MSN in 1993 until they closed down the Forums in 2001.
Paul was inducted into the Shareware Hall of Fame in June of 1997, the ASP Shareware Hall of Fame in 2000 and received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Shareware Industry Conference in 2002.
paulspicks.com   (722 words)

 Paul Feyerabend
Paul Feyerabend (b.1924, d.1994), having studied science at the University of Vienna, moved into philosophy for his doctoral thesis, made a name for himself both as an expositor and (later) as a critic of Karl Popper's “critical rationalism”, and went on to become one of this century's most famous philosophers of science.
Paul Karl Feyerabend was born into a middle-class Viennese family in 1924.
But just as we began sadly to reconcile ourselves to the idea that there would be no performance that day at all, Paul Feyerabend burst through the door at the front of the packed hall.
plato.stanford.edu /entries/feyerabend   (16088 words)

Who Was Paul" (Wayne A. Meeks), and a variety of essays by L. Michael White at the PBS Frontline website, From Jesus to Christ.
Paul, The Man and The Teacher in the Light of Jewish Sources, Risto Santala, trans Michael G. Cox.
Paul: "Better to Marry than to Burn," from And Adam Knew Eve: A Dictionary of Sex in the Bible, by Ronald L. Ecker.
www.textweek.com /pauline/paul.htm   (1013 words)

 Paul Tobey - Watch Free Movies - Download Music For Free - Free Movies to Watch - Free Music Downloads - Montreal Jazz ...
If you haven't already heard, Paul will be performing at the Montreal Jazz Festival July 8th as part of the prestigious Solo Piano Series at Bon Pasteur.
Paul's CDs have been distributed in 16 countries around the world, yet people still tell us that it's easier to buy online.
Green Green Grass of Home - A Tom Jone's classic this song was recorded by Paul at an intimate concert at the Brantford Club.
www.paultobey.com   (514 words)

 Paul Di'Anno's Official site
Battlezine is a french speaking fanzine entirely dedicated to Paul in all the bands he has fronted over the years.
Paul is interviewed in the latest issue of Metal Rules - a pretty cool US metal magazine.
The show is between 8.00pm and Midnight and expect to start hearing Paul around about 10.00pm onwards.The interview will reveal some very frank/disturbing and funny issues related to his new book and is spread out over 3 sections throughout the programme.
www.pauldianno.com   (691 words)

 KISSONLINE - The Official Online Home for the KISS ARMY!
Paul and Gene will then personally pick their four favorite entries and KISSONLINE will notify the winners on June 19th.
GENE: Quite honestly, Paul and I don't always agree on musical changes, or choice of songs, but intrinsically and at the heart of it, Paul is simply the brother I never had.
This collage includes photos of Paul with Ricki Rachtman and Eric, Tommy with KISS manager Doc McGhee, KISS with Ace, both Paul and Gene with Slash, Gene with Ace, Paul with his wife Erin and Tommy's wife Amber and Paul and Tommy with KISS tour manager Hab Haddad.
www.kissonline.com   (2172 words)

 Paul Gauguin Online
Paul Gauguin at the National Gallery, London, UK A Vase of Flowers
Paul Gauguin in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Database
All images and text on this Paul Gauguin page are copyright 1999-2005 by John Malyon/Artcyclopedia, unless otherwise noted.
www.artcyclopedia.com /artists/gauguin_paul.html   (991 words)

 Paul McCartney Central - MACCA-Central.com by Mike Kovacich   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Sir Paul McCartney is delighted newcomer Sandi Thom has topped the singles chart, because she is the first graduate from his Liverpool Institute For Performing Arts to achieve the fe.
Sir Paul Mccartney insisted on being captured by his photographer daughter Mary for a photo shoot in the British edition of GQ magazine's 20th anniversary issue.
A revealing access all areas account of life on the road with Paul McCartney, on-stage, off-stage and backstage.
www.macca-central.com   (1040 words)

 Paul Winter's World of Living Music: Celebrating the Creatures and Cultures of the Earth
Beginning its second quarter century as New York's and National Public Radio's alternative Holiday tradition, Paul Winter's Annual Winter Solstice Celebration is a musical, theatrical, dance and environmental extravaganza celebrating the triumph of light over darkness.
Saxophonist, bandleader, composer, explorer of the world's musics, and founder of Living Music and of the Paul Winter Consort, PAUL WINTER has created an award-winning body of work that transcends categories, reflecting his wide-ranging experiences in the musical traditions and natural environments of the Earth.
In 1980, Winter founded LIVING MUSIC as the recording context for his ensemble, the PAUL WINTER CONSORT, and his community of colleagues, which includes some of the world's finest jazz, classical and 'world music' musicians, along with notable musicians from the great symphony of wildlife.
www.livingmusic.com   (319 words)

 Paul Harvey - The Voice of the New Millennium
Paul Harvey - The Voice of the New Millennium
The Noon News and Comment broadcast of Friday, September 27, contained an error in the pricing: only the solid oak flooring is available as low as 99 cents per square foot.
Paul Harvey receives the Presidential Medal of Freedom from
www.paulharvey.com   (120 words)

 paul williams web site | PDC Professional player - Updates - Forum
I Am proud to announce that paul has gained a new sponsor for the uk open to be played at the reebok
Paul reached the last 32 in the jr vauxhall 128 plus at great yarmouth
Please note: This site is administered and updated by my brother and not myself i shall return on occasion to see how things are progressing but if you want personal responses then please be aware of time factors involved..
www.freewebs.com /willibobdarts   (391 words)

 Paul Thurrott's SuperSite for Windows: It's the future of Windows ... Today!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Paul Thurrott's SuperSite for Windows is dedicated to providing all of the information you need to evaluate Microsoft's upcoming Windows platform technologies.
Paul is the author of over a dozen books about Windows, Web and software development, and other computing topics.
Paul is also the Associate Editor of Windows Secrets and the News Editor for Connected Home Media.
www.winsupersite.com   (407 words)

 Paul McCartney   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Paul McCartney's 20th studio recording since The Beatles, marks an end to a nearly four-year hiatus since his last studio recording, 2001's platinum certified "Driving Rain."
Paul McCartney’s lifelong interest in children’s storytelling grew out of his childhood love of classic Disney.
High in the Clouds has developed out of an exceptional fusion of talents, and the result is a book that will delight children of all ages and is sure to become an enduring classic.
www.mplcommunications.com /mccartney   (164 words)

 Welcome to Paul Thorn dot com!
We'll have Paul's home movies, exclusive content and all access to the one and only, inimitable Paul Thorn.
Paul sings a duet with blues legend Angela Strehli on her new CD, "Blue Highway." Buy a copy, you'll like it!
Billy's montage of life on the road with Paul and the band is set to his song "It Don't Feel Like Saturday Night," and it is free!
www.paulthorn.com   (498 words)

 Paul Evans - Recording Artist and Songwriter
Paul's tribute to America's beginnings has just been released - in time for Memorial Day and Independence Day radio play.
Paul Evans was a part of the 50's - and the 60's
This site is dedicated to Marcia Vance, the most fervent oldies fan in heaven.
www.paulevans.com   (217 words)

 Paul Reiser   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
As a seasoned actor, writer, and stand-up comedian, Paul Reiser continues...
Paul Reiser Out on a Whim (1988) (TV)....
Find where Paul Reiser is credited alongside another name
us.imdb.com /name/nm0001663   (295 words)

The official Web site for Paul Bowles, expatriate American writer, composer and traveler who lived in Tangier, Morocco for 52 years.
Contents include a biography of Paul Bowles, catalogues of his literary and musical works (complete bibliography of novels, short stories, books, translations, music scores), documentary films, audio clips, memoirs by friends, interviews and galleries of photographs.
By accessing this Web site, the official Paul Bowles and Jane Bowles Web site, www.PaulBowles.org, you must agree to all Terms and Conditions of Use.
www.paulbowles.org   (213 words)

 St. Paul, Minnesota, Events, Tourism, Meetings, Things to do, Xcel Energy Center
Whether you're planning to visit for a convention or meeting, visiting friends and family or spending some time vacationing, we know you'll enjoy a capital time in Saint Paul.
The Saint Paul Fun Card offers savings and discounts on hotels, attractions, restaurants and shopping in Saint Paul and the Twin Cities....
Take advantage of discount fares on board Amtrak and specials hotel rates in Saint Paul....
www.stpaulcvb.org   (174 words)

 Paul Giamatti   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Paul Edward Valentine Giamatti was born June 6, 1967.
Discuss this person with other users on IMDb message board for Paul Giamatti
Find where Paul Giamatti is credited alongside another name
www.imdb.com /name/nm0316079   (310 words)

 Neave.com ...the website version of Paul Neave
Welcome to the playground of one Mr Paul Neave, serial Flash fettler and interactive activist.
Paul Neave's collection of interactive experimentation in Flash and ActionScript.
If you'd like to talk at Paul with words, then by golly please do...
www.neave.com   (270 words)

 CastleCops   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Hoov writes "Jackson Armor card is a hardware solution that is intended to keep your harddrive from being altered in anyway, and helps recover it if it is."
In securing the computers of the small or home office, it is important to consider the physical security of the machines themselves, as there are many threats that do not come from the Internet, but, rather, come from someone having physical access.
We would like to thank all of our members and people who have been submitting phish reports to us.
castlecops.com   (515 words)

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