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matter of life and death
Thesis (LLM) - University of Wolverhampton, 1994.
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Descriptive list of state papers domestic supplementary (S. P. 46) part III, general papers chiefly 1603-1642
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Music and the Anglo-Saxons
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For the first time, Altea shares with readers the fascinating process by which she /5(28). This key can be taken from a person's life - such as a job, or personal characteristic - or it can be taken from family relationships or even the life of the pastor (if the deceased is a stranger.) I particularly like the emphasis that this book places on the fact that, "the liturgy for the dead is an Easter liturgy/5(3).
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Ben Stephenson is the author of the novel A Matter of Life and Death or Something (Douglas & McIntyre, ). It prompted CBC Books to name him one of ten "Canadian Writers to Watch." His work has appeared in The Puritan, EVENT, Joyland, King Skateboard Magazine, Best /5.