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2013-10-29 23:31:51

Monograph Publishing: Longtime Shroud of Turin expert, author Joseph G.Marino, has endorsed a recent Petition to Pope Francis and a proposal by one of the world’s leading authorities on the Shroud, attorney Mark Antonacci, to scientifically test the famous linen cloth long-reputed to be the burial garment of Jesus Christ. St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) October 29, 2013 Joseph G. Marino, theologian and Shroud of Turin expert, has had over 35 years of researching the famous cloth purported to be...

2013-05-21 23:27:53

Monograph Publishing: Religious beliefs have caused more conflicts, hatred and war than any other factor in the history of mankind, with the number of conflicts and their potential for nuclear destruction increasing at an alarming rate. Shroud of Turin expert, Mark Antonacci, contends that scientific information acquired by modern technology could lessen or eliminate this historic problem. St. Louis, Missouri (PRWEB) May 21, 2013 A wide variety of religions exist throughout the world today...

Shroud Of Turin Dated Back To Jesus' Time Period
2013-03-29 18:14:25

Lee Rannals for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online Just in time for Easter, an ancient linen cloth believed to be an image of Jesus Christ after his crucifixion was dated back to about the time he would have been around, according to a report by the Telegraph. Giulio Fanti, a professor at Padua University, and journalist Saverio Gaeta say they have dated the 14-foot-long cloth known as the "Shroud of Turin," which bears the image of a man with wounds similar to those who suffered...

2011-04-14 05:00:00

TOLEDO, Ohio, April 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- N-Viro International Corporation (OTCQB: NVIC) executives held meetings in Tel Aviv, Israel with officials from the Israel Electric Corporation (IEC). The IEC is one of the largest industrial companies in Israel, owning and operating an extensive nationwide power distribution network. The electric utility company has announced plans to generate an additional several thousand megawatts to meet future electricity demand. N-Viro International...

2006-02-27 06:03:04

By Simon Evans TURIN (Reuters) - The medals have all been won and the flame has been put out but on Monday Turin was dealing with the final challenge of the Winter Olympics -- getting thousands of people out of the city and on their way home. Around 20,000 people -- athletes, officials, fans and the media -- were heading out of the city's Caselle airport after Sunday's closing ceremony ended the 20th Winter Games. "Everything is going smoothly, we are handing out small radios to...

2006-02-05 11:21:53

By Simon Evans SUSA, Italy (Reuters) - The Olympic torch was diverted away from two towns some 50 kilometers from Turin on Sunday because of feared trouble from protestors. Winter Olympics organizing committee (TOROC) spokesman Stefano Coscia told Reuters that the police had advised that the torch should not to be taken through the Susa Valley towns of Bussoleno and Burgone Susa. Earlier on Sunday, a protestor had briefly covered the torch with a flag when it entered Italy's Susa...

2005-12-07 11:57:18

TURIN (Reuters) - Protesters blocked roads and railways near Turin on Wednesday to protest against a planned high-speed railway line connecting Italy and France they say damages the environment. Italian media reported there had been overnight clashes between police and protesters, who say the project in northern Italy's Alpine Val di Susa area may release harmful deposits of asbestos in the mountains. About 30 people, including policemen, were injured on Tuesday when police...

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  • Audaciously; boldly.
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This word is probably from the dialectal 'boldacious,' a blend of 'bold' and 'audacious.'