Cobb liked his distinctive voice and Cornelius was soon hired as an announcer on WVON.
Conceivably, Cornelius Gurlitt could argue in court that at least some of the works acquired by his father belong to him.
Director J. Kevin Swain said he met Cornelius in 1988, when Swain was a production coordinator on the Soul Train Music Awards.
For fifty years, Cornelius Rogge tried to tell the world this story.
But, according to a family member, Cornelius had several cancer scares in recent months.
"I'm going to hand them over to Cornelius O'Farrelly," he said.
Cornelius O'Farrelly had the instinct of a military commander.
Mynheer Cornelius Beresteyn, she said, desired to speak with him once more.
You might end by liking Overbeck and Cornelius as well as Angelico.
She limped over to the divan upon which Cornelius Allendyce sat.
masc. proper name, from the name of a Roman gens.
a centurion whose history is narrated in Acts 10. He was a "devout man," and like the centurion of Capernaum, believed in the God of Israel. His residence at Caesrea probably brought him into contact with Jews who communicated to him their expectations regarding the Messiah; and thus he was prepared to welcome the message Peter brought him. He became the first fruit of the Gentile world to Christ. He and his family were baptized and admitted into the Christian church (Acts 10:1, 44-48). (See CENTURION.)