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heaven

noun abode of God, abode of God and annels, abode of spirits, abode of the saints, aerosphere, bliss, canopy of heaven, celestial city, celestial sphere, city of God, divine abode, ecstasy, eternal home, Garden of Eden, glory, God's kingdom, great beyond, heavenly city, heavenly home, heavenly kingdom, holy city, home of the Gods, kingdom of God, kinggom of heaven, life everlasting, next world, paradise, supreme happiness, the abode of saints, the hereafter, throne of God, utopia, world to come
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For Pulice, a Staten Island native, the job seemed a heaven-sent.
The King of Bhutan grasped at this Heaven-sent opportunity to get an experienced educator into his country and promptly invited him to come--as soon as the Indian bureaucrats could process his travel documents, which took months
KINGDOM was HEAVEN-sent in Germany, where the film debuted at $2.
The supermodel clutches a crucifix and wears a halo with a icy white dress but the look in her eyes is more demonic than heaven-sent on the pages of W magazine.
Sally Allen, of Wizard Jeans which commissioned the survey, said: "A handsome profile may be heaven-sent but looking good is usually a much more down-to-earth process.
To cut the saga short, they say you must not go With anyone not authorised or heaven-sent And since there's simply no way you can ever know I stayed away, despite the allure of your scent.
We have a heaven-sent opportunity to support these factories and we will be doing our very best to encourage other public sector organisations in Wales to do the same.
PLYMOUTH boss Ian Holloway is enjoying his first ever Cup run and says it's Heaven-sent as he chips away at putting his side on the map.
CHRIS DiMarco believes his late mother Norma is guiding him to heaven-sent success.
Sorensen VRS and the Sorenson VP-100 videophone with its clear picture are heaven-sent for my videophone interaction with them.
Even in a cherubic icy white frock, she still manages to appear more hellishly mischievous than heaven-sent.