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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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Dermatology Associates said by forming this partnership, Epiphany has the infrastructure to help the company manage and grow its practice.
Russians observe the feast of the Epiphany on Jan 19, rather than Jan 6, as in the West, according to the reports.
In many places in Europe, Epiphany is a day where children receive gifts or enjoy special entertainment.
The post Annual Epiphany Day dip in the sea appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
In Spanish culture, Epiphany is known as Dia de los Reyes (Three Kings' Day).
As the advertising and marketing industries continue to collide and consolidate," said Brian Allen, Epiphany Ai's chief strategy officer, "a need has been created for a simple end-to-end platform for advertisers, and digital broadcasters, content creators, and publishers.
The Epiphany Hotel, located in the heart of downtown Palo Alto, offers 83 guest rooms and suites, special event and meeting space and the recently opened, Nobu Palo Alto restaurant and bar.
CI Capital Partners affiliate has acquired a majority interest in the practice management for Epiphany Dermatology, a Texas-based operator of dermatology clinics, the company said.
It is believed that this water has healing features, therefore many people dip into Epiphany fonts to strengthen their health, reports Astana.
Bernard Strasser, OSB, said, "The Epiphany is the high point of Christmas and the fulfillment of Advent.
This report provides comprehensive information on the current therapeutic developmental pipeline of Epiphany Biosciences, Inc.
While it is easy and quite comfortable to talk about visions of world unity the challenge of Epiphany is to make it so, beginning not necessarily on a national level but with ourselves.