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epiphany

noun comprehension, contemplation, disclosure, divine inspiration, divine revelation, expression, innovation, manifestation, meaning, mystical experience, mystical intuition, prophecy, prophetic, remarkable idea, revelation, revolutionary idea, revolutionnry solution, understanding
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Hustins's study contains rich material on the social history of Newfoundland and Labrador.
But Barns and Labrador were rehired by the new board appointed by President Aquino.
Through the Canada Cultural Spaces Fund, our government is proud to invest in cultural infrastructure in Newfoundland and Labrador and all across the country.
In her ensuing fight with the board of the Labrador Inuit Association (LIA), which would eventually become the Nunatsiavut Government, Saunders wrote multiple letters, passionate entreaties, and denunciations to the LIA board of directors, the media, and members of the provincial and federal governments.
The Labrador boasts the longest reign on top, holding on for 25 consecutive years.
It wasn't the first time, nor would it be the last, that the political establishment would be surprised by Labrador," notes Hill.
It appears that your Sheltie and the young Labrador have a personality conflict.
A Labrador called Jasmine (Jaz), a snake and a guinea pig called Toffee.
ANGLESEY MINING'S Canadian iron ore subsidiary has signed a contract for the transport of ores from its mining operations in Quebec and western Labrador.
com)-- Unfortunately, only a handful of websites currently provide legitimate reviews of the various techniques, making it difficult for Labrador retriever owners to find unbiased information.
A treaty that could be finalized later this year between the Innu of Labrador, the government of Newfoundland and Labrador, and Canada has sparked a heated war of words between the province and the Innu in Quebec.
Lydia Campbell (1818-1905), une femme ecrivain du Labrador d'ascendance inuit et anglaise, publia par tranches en 1894 et 1895 son autobiographie Sketches of Labrador Life by a Labrador Woman.