[jan-suh n; Dutch yahn-suh n]
- Cor·ne·lis Ot·to [kawr-ney-lis ot-oh] /kɔrˈneɪ lɪs ˈɒt oʊ/, Cornelius Jansenius, 1585–1638, Dutch Roman Catholic theologian.
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Jansen also said they are considering legal action against the alleged victim for false accusations.Jameis Winston: No Rape Charges Filed
December 5, 2013
Jansen insisted that though the pair did have sex, it was consensual—which the victim has denied through her attorney.
Jansen has said he was told in February that the case was “basically closed.”
Jansen botched both of his events, sustaining not one but two devastating falls.
Jansen took a well-deserved victory lap after his win with his 8-month-old infant in tow.
For Jansen was the son of poor peasants, without even a surname.
The life and work of Jansen seem at first far removed from Port Royal.
They insisted upon p. 139distinguishing between the tenets of Jansen and Calvinism.
“The old people will not follow us or give the alarm,” said Jansen.The Two Supercargoes
Keep her nor-east, Jansen, and keep a sharp look out for the boats.Snarley-yow
- Cornelis (kɔːˈniːlɪs). Latin name Cornelius Jansenius. 1585–1638, Dutch Roman Catholic theologian. In Augustinus (1640) he defended the teachings of St Augustine, esp on free will, grace, and predestination
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