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  1. Deacons

    Deacons is Hong Kong's oldest and largest independent, commercial law firm with three representative offices in Mainland China, in Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou. Deacons also has well established relationships with other independent law firms around the world through its membership of international networks of independent law firms such as Lex Mundi, Interlex, World Services Group and Employment Law Alliance. Deacons is listed in the Asia Pacific Legal 500. The firm's areas of practice include Banking & Finance; China Trade & Investment; Communications & Technology; Company Formation & Corporate Services; Compliance Services; Construction & Arbitration; Corporate Finance & Capital Markets; Entertainment & Media; Financial Services; Human Resources & Pensions; Insurance; Intellectual Property; Japan Services; Litigation; M&A and Commercial; Private Equity & Venture Capital; and Property The firm is based in Hong Kong and has representative offices in Beijing, Guangzhou and Shanghai. The firm is named for the English solicitor Victor Deacon, who in 1880 joined the legal practice established by William Bridges in 1851 in Hong Kong. Deacons is now the largest and longest established independent law firm in Hong Kong.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of deacons in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of deacons in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

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  1. Patrick Hornbeck:

    The compromise could be that the church starts ordaining women as deacons but definitively stops short of ordaining them as priests, this isn't necessarily the opening of the door to women priests.

  2. Mike Krzyzewski:

    Wake Forest : The Demon Deacons had lost four of five coming in, sitting a game ahead of last-place North Carolina in the ACC. Now The Demon Deacons have The Demon Deacons first wins against both Duke and UNC under The Demon Deacons sixth-year coach, both coming in the past month, with Krzyzewski saying Wake Forest was the team that was deserving of winning. I thought The Demon Deacons was The Demon Deacons, Manning said. FOUL TROUBLE Star freshman big man Vernon Carey Jr. had 10 points before becoming one of three Blue Devils to foul out. The list included Justin Robinson the son of retired NBA great David Robinson providing an unexpected lift with a season high six points and three blocks in 12 minutes. That included playing a steady final six minutes of a first half that saw Duke trail by 12 but rally to tie it at 39 on Tre Jones 3-pointer at the horn. Really Justin Robinson saved us or else we shouldve been down about 10 or 15 points.

  3. Steve Forbes:

    The Demon Deacons put the ball in my court, this is where I want to be, I never said anything different. ... I will say this : if your name is being mentioned for stuff like that, it's a good thing because it means you're winning. The Demon Deacons ain't going to put your name in there if you're losing.

  4. Bob Corrigan:

    I mean, Mark Brown/Getty Images's shocking, right, we're less than three hours away from getting on the bus to go play a game. It's not 24 hours, 48 hours or any of those things. I've been looking at my watch all week and trying to figure out ‘ What time is it ? How close are we ? ’ Then you get that phone call and it's hard not to be angry. Devin Leary of the North Carolina State Wolfpack in action against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons during their game at Truist Field on Nov. 13, 2021, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Wake Forest won 45-42. ( Grant Halverson/Getty Images).

  5. David Clohessy:

    Those who fear women deacons, or favor them, should remember how slowly Francis moves, any fear or hope that action might be taken soon should be tempered with that reality.

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    having or resembling a stinger or barb
    • A. extroversive
    • B. aculeate
    • C. elusive
    • D. defiant

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