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Teresa, Mother Teresa, Theresa, Mother Theresa, Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiunoun
Indian nun and missionary in the Roman Catholic Church (born of Albanian parents in what is now Macedonia); dedicated to helping the poor in India (1910-1997)
A female given name from Ancient Greek, an alteration of Teresa, first used in Spain, supposedly derived from the Ancient Greek name of the island of Thera in Greece.
"Theresa!" exclaimed the stranger, "is your name Theresa?" asked she, a death-like paleness at the same time overspreading her countenance.
Theresa is a town in Jefferson County, New York, United States. The population was 2,905 at the 2010 census. The town is named after the daughter of an original landowner, Theresa Le Ray. The town of Theresa contains a village also named Theresa. The town and village are in the northeast part of the county, northeast of Watertown.
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The numerical value of Theresa in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of Theresa in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
For the sake of the country, Theresa May needs to go, and we need an immediate general election.
I would have done it much differently. I actually told Theresa May how to do it but she didn’t agree, she didn’t listen to me.
Eventually, the way it worked, I found the uncle of Theresa through his daughter-in-law by leaving a phone message at the home of her ex-mother-in-law.
Dinosaurs are like modern-day birds, crocodiles and lizards in that they inherited particular joints in their skulls from fish ball and socket joints, much like peoples hip joints that seem to lend themselves, but not always, to movement like in snakes, when you put a lot of force on things, theresa tradeoff between movement and stability. Birds and lizards have more movement but less stability.
The finest gift you can give anyone is encoragement. Yet, almost no one gets the encouragement they need to grow to their full potential. If everyone received the encouragement they need to grow, the genius in most everyone would blossom and the world would produce abundance beyond the wildest dreams. We would have more than one Einstein, Edison, Schweitzer, Mother Theresa, Dr. Salk and other great minds in a century.
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