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John Calvin, a French theologian and reformer; born 1509, died 1564.
John (1509-1564): French Protestant theologian; took power in Geneva and founded a sort of theocratic republic. His doctrine is called Calvinism and had great influence in the Netherlands, France and Scotland. It was the most bourgeois variant of Protestantism (See Luther).
John Calvin (1509-1564) was an important part of the Reformation and his followers started a movement called Calvinism, a branch of the Protestant church.
Calvin is an English first name derived from the Latin cognomen Calvus meaning bald.
Calvin is a fictional character in the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson. He is one of the strip's primary characters, along with Hobbes. Calvin first appeared in the first strip of the comic and in the very first panel.
Calvin is a simple PHP based calendar/reminder system suitable to keep track of birthdays, anniversaries, and so on. Reminders, stored in a MySQL database, are sent to the users email addresses at the specified time by a cron-job written in Perl.
Keywords:  christain, loving, stronge, man
a stronge, loving christain man
United States chemist noted for discovering the series of chemical reactions in photosynthesis (1911-)