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Bobby Jindal and Sens.
Rod, Le Sens de la Vie, pp.
The Sens were impressed by their warm yet simple.
So that we can imagine for ourselves such beings endowed with such senses (sens) for whom ether would give the very same reality, as matter for us.
Now in sole charge of Hun Sens security, he wielded a lot of power and, along with land and property that a grateful government had given him for his dedicated service, he had become wealthy.
A knight at their table said: Do you realize that in the abbot’s dining room, next door, four kings and two archbishops are eating supper? He counted on his fingers as he named them: The kings of France, Bohemia, Rome and Majorca, and the archbishops of Rouen and Sens.
He began at Citeaux, to end in Clairvaux; he was ordained abbot by the bishop of Chalon-sur-Saone, Guillaume de Champeaux; he had seven hundred novices, and founded a hundred and sixty monasteries; he overthrew Abeilard at the council of Sens in 1140, and Pierre de Bruys and Henry his disciple, and another sort of erring spirits who were called the Apostolics; he confounded Arnauld de Brescia, darted lightning at the monk Raoul, the murderer of the Jews, dominated the council of Reims in 1148, caused the condemnation of Gilbert de Porea, Bishop of Poitiers, caused the condemnation of Eon de l'Etoile, arranged the disputes of princes, enlightened King Louis the Young, advised Pope Eugene III.

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