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DELIVERANCE, Practice. A term used by the clerk in court to every prisoner who is arraigned and pleads not guilty to whom he wishes a good deliverance. In modern practice this is seldom used.

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'Not to be forgotten in our prayers are our former leaders, who need deliverance, on account of those among them that are leading other agents of the devil to trouble the land.
Head of Deliverance Church Mark Kariuki condemned the demolition and called on the Chief Justice and the Judicial Service Commission to investigate the matter as demolitions should not be done at night.
If you are a fan of '90s Brit rock (minus any obnoxious swagger): James, The Vines, Jet, Kasabian, The Stone Roses, Hives, or any new millennium act like Hard-Fi and other similar bands that mix garage rock and classic '70s rock and roll (that includes Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix), then The Sleeves' 'Deliverance' is something worth getting.
Al-Tanukhi (327-84/939-94) wrote Al-Faraj ba'd al-shiddah (Deliverance Follows Adversity) in Iraq during the second half of the 10th century AD.
The questions are designed to help the reader find complete healing and deliverance through their study of the book.
More than a millennium after the author-editor's death, Julia Bray, the Abdulaziz Saud AlBabtain Laudian Professor of Arabic at the University of Oxford, has translated the first three chapters of Deliverance, titled Stories of Piety and Prayer , into a sharp, clear English.
"In partnership with the Bronx Pentecostal Deliverance Center, this dynamic new development will bring 326 new affordable homes--forty percent of which will be permanently affordable--as well as community and retail space to the Soundview neighborhood of the Bronx.
He was a member of the State Burners Motorcycle Club and a member of the Harvest Deliverance Center Church in Harrisburg.
The Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of these public sectors were hired on quite hefty contract money thus setting a deplorable example of favouritism and nepotism in the name of good governance and deliverance.
The most frequently employed Arabic root structure in the Quran to denote "deliverance" is n-j-w, which appears some eighty-four times.
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Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a medieval roleplaying game paid for by a massive PS1,106,371 that was crowd funded via Kickstarter back in 2014.