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testament

Originally, an instrument that provided for the disposition of personal property after death.Today,it is simply another word for a will,as in “last will and testament.”

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I suggest that reading Thomas Merton and Paramahansa Yogananda with a mind that is both prayerful and analytic should lead one to conclude that their understanding of the New Testamental teachings is intimately the same.
Testamental will be followed by a chance to meet Mick Sergeant, an unemployed Geordie shipyard worker with a razor sharp wit, performed by Lee Fenwick, winner of Hull's Comedian of the Year 2007.
En ningun momento del juicio sucesorio testamental esta que las cartas forman parte del acervo hereditario de este senor.
25) El parrafo testamental (Buenos Aires, 1801) es ilustrativo, especialmente por sus negaciones: "Si muriese en mi actual empleo, no quiero que me embalsamen, aunque haya sido costumbre, y deseo que mi cuerpo no sea manoseado ni despedazado por otro que por la corrupcion y gusanos, segun la Divina Providencia lo tiene asi ordenado" (Lohmann 1974: 93; original no resaltado).
They chose Carmel because of its connections with the Old Testamental prophet Elijah.