A Veronica. See Veronica, 1.
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A versicle is the first half of a preces, said or sung by an officiant or cantor, and answered with a said or sung response by the Congregation / People or choir.
Vernice Carlton Smith (born October 24, 1965 in Orlando, Florida) is a former American football guard in the National Football League for the Phoenix Cardinals, Chicago Bears, Washington Redskins, and the St. Louis Rams. He played college football at Florida A&M University.
The Globe-Wernicke company was an american furniture company based in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. The company was founded in 1893, and specialized in the design and manufacture of military equipment.
Heinz Wernicke (17 October 1920 – 27 December 1944) was a Luftwaffe World War II fighter ace and was credited with 117 aerial victories—that is, 117 aerial combat encounters resulting in the destruction of the enemy aircraft. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross, the highest award in the military and paramilitary forces of Nazi Germany during World War II. Wernicke was killed in a mid-air collision with his wingman on 27 December 1944.
McKenzie Wernicke is an American soccer player from Salem, Oregon who plays as a midfielder for the Crossfire United soccer team.
Marco Zernicke (born December 5, 1969) is a German former footballer.
Eva-Maria Wernicke (born 30 September 1953 in Beierfeld) is an East German luger who competed during the 1970s and early 1980s. She won the bronze medal in the women's singles event at the 1973 FIL World Luge Championships in Oberhof, East Germany.
Wernicke syndrome is an ambiguous term. It may refer to: