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Neither does he encounter her on the smooth-rolled, tree shaded Boulevard, in the green and sunny park, whither she repairs clad in her becoming walking dress, her scarf thrown with grace over her shoulders, her little bonnet scarcely screening her curls, the red rose under its brim adding a new tint to the softer rose on her cheek; her face and eyes, too, illumined with smiles, perhaps as transient as the sunshine of the gala-day, but also quite as brilliant; it is not his office to walk by her side, to listen to her lively chat, to carry her parasol, scarcely larger than a broad green leaf, to lead in a ribbon her Blenheim spaniel or Italian greyhound.
The young prince exhibited, when bowing to some windows from which issued the most animated acclamations, a noble and handsome countenance, illumined by the flambeaux of his pages.
This process of gradual growth picturing the reign of God is further illumined by the image of a seedling that takes years to grow into a magnificent tree, or of a rather negligible seed like that of mustard that eventually develops into a copious tree that gives shades and roost to many birds.
Nearly a century of biblical and related archaeological discoveries in the world of ancient Greece and Rome had by then illumined and enriched biblical studies of all sorts, and fired the imaginations of Christians everywhere.
Tenders are invited for Erecting/hire charges of old hordmg/road cross gate Advertisement on wall and any other type of advertisement within Angul Municipality area (excepted illumined hording at poles on road dividers)
The display of lights, once illumined, beckoned the spirit of Christmas; accompanied by music and choreography.
In the middle of the night, the cave illumined with candles, Francis, serving as deacon for that Christmas Mass, read the gospel and preached.
His manuscript collection serves to depict how in former times events, even miracles, were recorded for posterity in the most magnificently decorated books and documents adorned in dramatic colours and gold art motifs to perfectly illustrate the 'illumined word.'
Festive holiday music from a brass quartet and vocal soloist set the scene as the huge "Freedom Tree'' on the old town common are illumined for the holidays.
Andrews) presents a critical and historically illumined approach to Christian, specifically Quaker spirituality.
The illumined, however, experience a radical disjunction between consciousness and nature.
I also pray to Allah Almighty to guide us on the path illumined by the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) with his example.