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List Of Ultimate X-Men Characters - Enemies - The Morlocks
... Presumed deceased following the Ultimatum Wave ... Deceased He was recently shot and killed by Sinister as a sacrifice for Apocalypse Callisto Unknown Presumed deceased following the Ultimatum Wave ... Presumed deceased following the Ultimatum Wave ...
List Of Green Lanterns - Green Lanterns By Sectors of The Universe
... Chance (deceased) 24 Breeon 26 Norchavivus 28 Umitu 35 Matoo Pree (retired) and Amnee Pree (retired) 38 Kraken and Raker Qarrigat 40 Shorm 47 Lysandra and ...
Simple Triage And Rapid Treatment - Classification
... categories Immediate (red) Delayed (yellow) Walking wounded/minor (green) Deceased/expectant (black) The colors correspond to triage tags, which are used by ... only medical intervention used prior to declaring a patient deceased is an attempt to open the airway ... breathing after this attempt is classified as deceased and given a black tag ...
Gordy Family - Family Members
... father) – deceased Bertha Fuller Gordy (mother) – deceased Fuller Gordy (oldest, sibling #1) – deceased Esther Gordy (sibling #2) – deceased Anna Ruby Gordy (sibling #3) Loucye Gordy (sibling #4 ...
Past Presidents Of The Tournament Of Roses Association - Presidents of The Tournament of Roses Association
... Campbell 1934-35 Charles Cobb (Deceased 10/14/34) 1936 ... C ... Cabot (Deceased 1/21/71) 1971-72 Virgil J ... Hoelscher (Deceased 3/24/74) 1974-75 Paul G ...

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    The Papacy is no other than the Ghost of the deceased Roman Empire, sitting crowned upon the grave thereof; For so did the Papacy start up on a Sudden out of the Ruins of that Heathen Power.
    Thomas Hobbes (1579–1688)

    The Papacy is no other than the ghost of the deceased Roman empire, sitting crowned upon the grave thereof.
    Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679)

    The Papacy is no other than the ghost of the deceased Roman Empire, sitting crowned upon the grave thereof.
    Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679)