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Les ponts sont illumines et la ville est devenue vivante.
A l'heure oE des illumines appellent a la division de l'Egypte, a la creation de califat ou d'emirats, la grande majorite des Egyptiens a, donc, tenu a rendre hommage a celui qui avait l'habitude de dire : [beaucoup moins que]L'Eegypte n'est pas une patrie dans laquelle nous vivons, mais une patrie qui vit en nous[beaucoup plus grand que].
This award is presented every year for a contemplative or creative work, which expresses, underlines and illumines human values rooted in the broad vision of Indian philosophy and cultural heritage.
He's a good one," she said of the one who lifts his lantern to illumine the Light which illumines our darkness.
Such comments are profitably shored up by exact background information: the genesis of Nerval's Les Illumines (185-86); the importance of biographies in dictionaries and the press in the nineteenth century (84-86).
But even when the scientist and the students are ignorant of God, it will still be God who illumines them.
A friend told me that the best times to take digital photographs are early morning and late afternoon, when the sun is bright and illumines everything with a golden hue.
Filled with black and white photos and illustrations, the "reader friendly" text illumines a mysterious set of disciplines that can be accessed on a daily basis by patient, aware practice.
The gentle narrative illumines the life and ways of a most remarkable man, of tangible goodness.
Paul in Athens illumines the good news in at least three ways: The God who created the world has restored us to it.
This is true, first of all, because conscience illumines the practical judgment about a decision to make, while here we are concerned with the truth of a doctrinal pronouncement.
Rameau and throughout his final piano work, Les soirs illumines par l'ardeur du charbon.