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|... this most excellent canopy, the air, look you, this brave o'erhanging firmament, |
this majestical roof fretted with golden fire, why, it appears no other thing to me
than a foul and pestilent congra gation of vapours. What a piece of work is man!
|The two Danish brethren spoke for the first time in the English language before a |
public congra- gation, and the good influence that accompanied their words was
sensibly felt, and will be long remembered. I have thus far given a faithful ...
|... text only incidentally, remarks: “The words will allow no other interpretation |
than that, in the interval between his death and resurrection, the Redeemer
asserted his authority and lordship in the vast region where the congra gation of
the dead ...
|He soon gathered round him a number of Priests full of zeal for the salvation of |
souls, and thus laid the foundations of the Congra- gation of the Most Holy
Redeemer, intended for the instruction of poor country people. After endless
|The German Cat to Congra gation at al., 31. I 2. Where it appeared that the |
business meetings of the society were invariably held in the evening, and were
called by announcement to the children at the school connected with the society,
|He congratulated himself on his escape. congratulation ncu (usu in pi): |
Congratulations on the birth of your baby; ... vti to come or bring together: .4 large
crowd congregated in the street. ,congre'gation 1 nc a group gathered together,
|gation ; Presbytery were bound to enjoin upon them the performance of their duty|
. 5. Because the proper time to ... but it was rejected. * On June T. it appeared,
that the congratulations upon gation ; Presbytery were bound to enjoin upon
|To congrátulate, P.A. congra. taler, feliciter. * Congrátulated, Adj.congratul, flicité, |
complimente. - Congratulation, S. congratulation, compliment. ... Congregational,
Adj. Tui ''. garde une affemble ou use cong” gation. Côngress, S. (or meeting)" ...
|gated in their present and past tenses, had to be learned for a test less than a |
week away. This seemed more than I could manage at this juncture, and, voice a-
quiver, I told the teacher so, after class. If I remember rightly, I was advised to just
|When parents and children isolate themselves in gated suburban communities |
and cocoon for weeks on end, parenting can become a heavy burden that's
difficult to enjoy. It's time for parents and children to come out for a breath of fresh