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(1) Does anyone know what the word Epiphany means?
(2) It's hardly three weeks to Epiphany.
(3) An epiphany of sorts overtook Packard when he watched the piles of his seed accumulate in his garage.
(4) An epiphany occurred a few nights ago during a telephone conversation with a longtime friend and union official in Santa Clara.
(5) A pop epiphany which, for them, crystallised the very essence of youth.
(6) Come Epiphany, she had grown too fond of them to take them down.
(7) Epiphany is one of the oldest festivals in the Church, far Older than Christmas.
(8) They an intellectual epiphany and think they've experienced catharsis.
(9) As I studied these terms, I had an epiphany.
(10) The Armenian Church celebrates Epiphany, but not Christmas.
(11) By epiphany he means'sudden spiritual manifestation ".
(12) 2A cross hewn for Epiphany in the ice of Maine's Kennebec River by parishioners of St. Alexander Nevsky Russian Orthodox Church commemorates the baptism of Christ.
(13) Shenyun leads to epiphany (sentencedict.com), while Chunya can lead to integrity and high moral.
(14) My epiphany came when was trying to make a large castor wheel for a parade float.
(15) They believe that holy water blessed on Epiphany has special healing qualities.
(16) As time before the sudden epiphany that they are then not know Renqingshigu.
(17) Epiphany of this Death. Sentencedict.com
(18) This epiphany gave me great strength as I finished my balanceroutine with a score of 9.3.
(19) Luke and the Epiphany about how important we are in the neighborhood, '" says Rodger Broadley, who has served as pastor at St. Luke for almost three decades."
(20) The sensation is comparable to the epiphany that Adolf Loos , the Viennese architect, experienced when he stepped off a steamship in New York Harbor more than a century ago.
(21) They get an intellectual epiphany and think they've experienced catharsis.
(22) Here is the inscape, the epiphany, the moment of truth.
(23) In the middle ages, celebrations lasted from Christmas to Epiphany.
(24) He had resolved to begin the communal discernment that he hoped would end the Standing on the Sunday after the Epiphany.
(25) In terms of man's cultural development he represents a royal epiphany of the primal father, an authentic reincarnation of primal despotism.
(26) To return to the question concerning the meaning of Epiphany let me ask another question.
(27) From shifting narrative perspective, the way of narration and epiphany. this article proves Katherine Mansfield's remarkable contribution to the forming of modern short novel techniques.
(28) We didn't expect anybody to stand up and holler that they had an epiphany.
(29) Yet these sometimes, very subtle promptings and guidings can lead us closer and closer to the epiphany of the Light within us.
(30) We did not expect anybody to stand up and holler that they had epiphany.
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