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  • 1 Rejoiced — Rejoice Re*joice (r[ e]*jois ), v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Rejoiced} ( joist ); p. pr. & vb. n. {Rejoicing} ( joi s?ng).] [OE. rejoissen, OF. resjouir, resjoir, F. r[ e]jouir; pref. re re + OF. esjouir, esjoir, F. [ e]jouir, to rejoice; pref. es (L. ex …

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  • 2 rejoiced — re·joice || rɪ dʒɔɪs v. be joyful, delight, be happy; make happy, gladden …

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  • 3 rejoice — [[t]rɪʤɔ͟ɪs[/t]] rejoices, rejoicing, rejoiced 1) VERB If you rejoice, you are very pleased about something and you show it in your behaviour. [V in/at n] Garbo plays the Queen, rejoicing in the love she has found with Antonio... [V in/at n] A… …

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  • 4 Matthew 2:10 — The Magi and the star, Gentile da Fabriano 1423 Matthew 2:10 is the tenth verse of the second chapter of the Gospel of Matthew in the New Testament. The magi, dispatched by King Herod, have been shown the location of the infant Jesus by the Star… …

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  • 5 Nehemiah 12 — 1 Now these are the priests and the Levites that went up with Zerubbabel the son of Shealtiel, and Jeshua: Seraiah, Jeremiah, Ezra, 2 Amariah, Malluch, Hattush, 3 Shechaniah, Rehum, Meremoth, 4 Iddo, Ginnetho, Abijah, 5 Miamin, Maadiah, Bilgah, 6 …

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  • 6 EXILE, BABYLONIAN — EXILE, BABYLONIAN, exiles of Judah to Babylonia, sixth–fifth centuries B.C.E. Although Babylonia was not the only destination of former Judahites, it was the Babylonian deportees and their descendants whose perspectives inform the Hebrew Bible.… …

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  • 7 Tiberius — Infobox Roman emperor name =Tiberius full name =Tiberius Claudius Nero (from birth to adoption); Tiberius Julius Caesar (from adoption to accession); Tiberius Julius Caesar Augustus (as emperor) title =Emperor of the Roman Empire A bust of the… …

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  • 8 Magnificat — For other uses, see Magnificat (disambiguation). The Visitation in the Book of Hours of the Duc de Berry; the Magnificat in Latin The Magnificat (Latin: [My soul] magnifies) also known as the Song of Mary or the Canticle of Mary is a canticle… …

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  • 9 People Power Revolution — The People Power Revolution (also known as the EDSA Revolution and the Philippine Revolution of 1986) was a series of nonviolent and prayerful mass street demonstrations in the Philippines that occurred in 1986.Citation |last=Zunes |first=Stephen …

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  • 10 Book of Enoch — For other writings attributed to Enoch, see Book of Enoch (disambiguation). Part of a series on …

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  • 11 Alberto Hurtado — Infobox Saint name=Saint Alberto Hurtado birth date=birth date|1901|1|22|mf=y death date=death date and age|1952|8|18|1901|1|22|mf=y feast day=August 18 venerated in=Roman Catholic Church imagesize=200px caption=San Alberto Hurtado birth… …

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  • 12 Curse of Ham — Noah damning Ham, 19th century painting by Ivan Stepanovitch Ksenofontov The Curse of Ham is a possible misnomer,[1] for the Curse of Canaan. The curse refers to Noah cursing Ham s offspring Canaan, for Ham s own transgression against his father …

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  • 13 Nagraj (comics) — Superherobox| caption=Nagraj Raj Comics comic color=background:#ffff00 character name=Nagraj real name=Mr. Raj, Public Relation Officer Of Bharti Communications. debut=Issue No 14 Nagraj creator=Pratap Mullick alliance color=background:#ffff00… …

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  • 14 Sleepless Nights (album) — Infobox Album | Name = Sleepless Nights Type = compilation Artist = Gram Parsons Released = April 1976 Recorded = 1970 (with the Flying Burrito Brothers)1973 (with Emmylou Harris/Grievous Angel Sessions) Genre = Country rock Length = 37:28 Label …

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  • 15 Eusebia (empress) — Eusebia (†360, full name Flavia Aurelia Eusebia, sometimes known as Aurelia Eusebia) was the second wife of Emperor Constantius II. Main sources for the knowledge about her life are Julian s panegyric Speech of Thanks to the Empress Eusebia in… …

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  • 16 Mid-Pentecost — The twelve year old child Jesus in the temple (Russian icon, XV XVI cent.) Observed by Eastern Orthodox and Eastern Catholic Christians using the Byzantine Rite …

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  • 17 Lincoln, Abraham — born Feb. 12, 1809, near Hodgenville, Ky., U.S. died April 15, 1865, Washington, D.C. 16th president of the U.S. (1861–65). Born in a Kentucky log cabin, he moved to Indiana in 1816 and to Illinois in 1830. After working as a storekeeper, a rail… …

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  • 18 Elisha Rice Reed: General Lee at Gettysburg — ▪ Primary Source       This essay by Elisha Rice Reed, who fought at Gettysburg with Company H. of the 2nd Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, was written after the fact (probably at the end of 1863). By the time of Gettysburg Reed had already served as …

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  • 19 Diné Bahaneʼ — (Navajo: Story of the People ), the Navajo creation story, describes the prehistoric emergence of the Navajos, and centers on the area known as the Dinétah, the traditional homeland of the Navajo people. This story forms the basis for the… …

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  • 20 Maid of Heaven — (Arabic: حورية‎, ḥúrí) refers to a vision that Bahá’u’lláh, founder of the Bahá í Faith had of a maiden from God, through whom he received his mission as a Messenger of God.[1] In his Súriy i Haykal (Tablet of the Temple) Bahá’u’lláh describes… …

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