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Confession

John of Nepomuc, canon of Prague, suffered death rather than violate the seal of confession. The Emperor Wenceslas ordered him to be thrown off a bridge into the Moldau, because he refused …

Augsburg Confession

The chief standard of faith in the Lutheran church. So called because, while the Diet of the German Empire was sitting at Augsburg, in 1530, the confession of faith drawn up by Melancthon a…

The Supreme Court: Confessing Illegally

Confessing IllegallyThe Supreme CourtArresting RulesLimiting Forced MedicationConfessing Illegally Tossing out a confession at trial can frequently result in the loss of a conviction, so poli…

La Demoiselle

La DemoiselleMiami Indian chiefBorn: ? Birthplace: Unknown Although little is known of his life, La Demoiselle (as he was known to the French) is now remembered for his role in the conflict be…

La Joyeuse

The sword of Charlemagne. (See Sword.) Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894La Muette de PorticiLa Garde Meurt ne se Rend pas A B C D E F G H I J K L M…

La Bohème

Music:Giacomo PucciniLibretto:Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica, based on Scènes de la vie de Bohème by Henri MurgerPremiere:Turin, February 1, 1896 Puccini's most expressive opera d…

La Roche

(1 syl.). A Protestant clergyman, whose story is told in The Mirror, by Henry Mackenzie. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894LabadistsLa Muette de Portici A B C…

La Cérémonie

Director: Claude Chabrol Writers: Claude Chabrol and Caroline Eliacheff Director of Photography: Bernard Zitzermann Editor: Monique Fa…

La Promesse

Directors/Writers: Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne Directors of Photography: Alain Marcoen and Benoît Dervaux Editor: Marie-Hélène Dozo Music…

LA Doctors

CBSMonday 10:00–11:00 p.m.Cast:Ken Olin, Matt Craven, Rick Roberts and Sheryl Lee Four young, dedicated doctors (Olin, Craven, Roberts and Lee) buck the managed-care trend and open a pra…