- Elijah, a Jewish prophet sometimes revered as a Christian saint
- Elias of Jerusalem, a 5th century Patriarch of Jerusalem
- Elias and companions, a group of Egyptian Christian martyrs (d.309)
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... In 2000 there were 558 persons (or 12.3% of the population) who were living alone in a private dwelling ... There were 916 (or 20.2%) persons who were part of a couple (married or otherwise committed) without children, and 2,629 (or 58.0%) who were part of a couple with children ... people who lived in single parent home, while there are 27 persons who were adult children living with one or both parents, 6 persons who lived in a household made up of relatives, 30 who lived household made up of ...
... The Basters were mainly persons of mixed descent who at one time would have been absorbed in the white community ... Among these were persons who acted as supervisors of other servants and were the confidential employees of their masters ... The group also included Khoi, free blacks and persons of mixed descent who had succeeded in acquiring property and establishing themselves as farmers in their own right ...
... has been taken or is immediately threatened by any persons or body of persons of such a nature and on so extensive a scale as to be calculated, by interfering with the supply and distribution of food, water, fuel, or ...
Famous quotes containing the word persons:
“The rulers of the state are the only persons who ought to have the privilege of lying, either at home or abroad; they may be allowed to lie for the good of the state.”
—Plato (c. 427347 B.C.)
“Yes, but I do not travel to find comfortable, rich, and hospitable people, or clear sky, or ingots that cost too much. But if there were any magnet that would point to the countries and houses where are the persons who are intrinsically rich and powerful, I would sell all, and buy it, and put myself on the road to-day.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“There are some persons we could not cut down to size without diminishing ourselves as well.”
—Jean Rostand (18941977)