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Delicately tinted water color and sepia ink illustrations illumine the nostalgic-flavored narrative.
Zed, who is president of Universal Society of Hinduism, extolled Vatican's wish on the occasion, which said: "May God, the Supreme Light illumine your minds, enlighten your hearts and strengthen the human bonds in your homes and communities
Arbol navideno hecho de botellas de plastico en la Plaza Andre Malraux, como parte de un proyecto de reciclamiento llamado "Paris Illumine Paris".
The final chapter on dialogue with Muslims is helpful in using Islamic beliefs to illumine a Christian theological framework.
At Illumine we ran a programme for the Common Services Agency in Scotland not so long ago and their issues were typical of an organisation suffering from information overload.
As the first reigning sovereign to accept the Message of Baha'u'llah, he set a record that will forever illumine the annals of our Faith, one that future generations will increasingly extol," the House of Justice said.
Illumine Consultancy, a commercial contracts consultancy based at Leamington Spa, has won new business in Abu Dhabi and Dubai following a UK Trade & Investment visit to the United Arab Emirates in January and support from the international trade team at Coventry & Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce.
Illumine Consultancy LLP, based in Leamington, has won new business in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, following a UK Trade and Investment visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in January and support from the international trade team at Coventry & Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce.
Notes, a glossary, and acknowledgements further illumine this beautifully told story and may inspire YAs to learn more about their own heritage.
Question 106 deals with angelic illumination, and so we must conclude that God operates in every angelic illumination, which is to say, he too can be said to illumine the inferior angel when the superior angel does so.