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Nervous prostration often prompts thoughts of Kali phos.
When he heard these words, the brother made a prostration saying, "Forgive me, Abba.
199, the mezzo-soprano enacted a woman's journey from self-loathing through repentance and prostration before God to a vision of salvation in his arms.
Then the Edomites, "a perennial enemy of Judah from the southeast, took advantage of the prostration of the city both to jeer and to loot (Obad.
119) Here, as courtliness gave way to the emotional extravagance of religious prostration, Smotryc'kyj located himself, both geographically and culturally, a resident of Ukraine, "the most remote appendage of the sinful world," and a member of the Ruthenian Church, which was Orthodox for some and Uniate for others.
However, during a fourth recurrence of fever and prostration, examination of a peripheral blood smear revealed spirochetes, consistent with the diagnosis of relapsing fever.
Allah The Almighty Says (what means): {Only those believe in Our verses who, when they are reminded by them, fall down in prostration and exalt [Allah] with praise of their Lord, and they are not arrogant.
Fulminating disease (also referred to as X disease) of guinea fowl (Numida meleagris) is an acute enteritis characterized by intense prostration and a very high death rate, leading to the almost complete destruction of affected flocks.
He is black, so some race-mongers of the sort who helped reduce Detroit to prostration, now, with tedious predictability, call him an Uncle Tom.
In a broader sense, even daily religious practices are considered prayer; the servant ascends to the presence of God by salaat (daily prayer) because the moment of prostration in it is described as the Miraj (ascendance into the heavens) of a Muslim.
Mohr is a piece of stone or clay used for prostration in front of God during the Muslims' everyday prayers.