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Epical will support the Type Rider II project by providing each Little Free Library constructed by Stein and Tingle its own geolocation on the app; the library's stewards can then use epical to share news about their library.
The epical musical performance "Clusters of Light", which narrates the greatest story in the human's history, will be staged on the semicircular Roman-Style Theatre.
My contribution to this epical work came from my understanding of music and its role that transcends borders and cultures.
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The Iranian president pointed to the current talks between Iran and the Group 5+1, and said, "Our enemies feel that they can attack the Islamic system while due to the guidance and leadership of (Iran's) Supreme Leader (Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei) and people's epical presence on different scenes we will soon break the structure of the oppressive sanctions which are wrong and illegal.
Would Bedivere become an Aeneas by way of epilogue, an epical appendage and the site of cultural renewal?
NNA - We congratulate the Iranian people for its epical electoral campaign, Special Khomeini representative to Lebanon cleric Muhammad Yazbek, told a Blbek funeral of an unspecified number of Hizbullah fighters killed in Syria today.
She emerges from the epical jewel case, or the historical dustbin, for a brief and ugly moment (2.
Incidence, clinical and etiologic features, and outcomes of advanced chronic heart failure: the EPICAL Study.
Benet concludes that Milton's failure to "reconcile the God of love and the God of wrath" is the only possible outcome of "efforts to comprehend the incomprehensible God" (106); Wittreich argues that this is part of Milton's exegetical agenda, that we are to realize that the true "arena of epical activity, the theater of action," does not reside in a narrative independent of our own existence, but in "the human mind itself" (121).
Before the discovery of mythos in its radical naturalness of epical storytelling by Hamann .