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Individual meerkats

                                               

Individual apes

                                               

Individual monkeys

                                               

Individual groundhogs

                                               

Burials at Bobbio Abbey

                                               

Burials at Casamari Abbey

                                               

Burials at La Trappe Abbey

                                               

Burials at Nonantola Abbey

                                               

Music for the Requiem Mass

Music for the Requiem mass is any music that accompanies the Requiem Mass in the Catholic Church for the deceased. It has inspired many songs, including settings by Mozart, Berlioz, Verdi, Bruckner, Dvoeak, Faure and Durufle. Initially, such comp ...

                                               

Requiem (Victoria)

                                               

Cultural depictions of Agrippina the Elder

                                               

Cultural depictions of Lucilla

                                               

Monkeys-comb

Pithecoctenium, monkey-comb, Bignoniaceae genus of about 20 species of climbing shrubs, occurring in the Caribbean region and tropical South America from Brazil to Mexico. The leaves are opposite with 3 total and stalked leaflets, the terminal le ...

                                               

Doctor Strange: Journey into the Mystic Arts

Doctor strange: a Journey into the mystic arts is a stage show aboard the Disney magic cruise ship as part of a promotional campaign titled "Day to see the sea". It will be added in California in 2020 and Walt Disney Studios Park in June 2021 in ...

                                               

Cultural depictions of Anne Boleyn

Anne Boleyn, second wife of king Henry VIII of England has inspired or been mentioned in numerous artistic and cultural works. The following lists cover various media, enduring works of high art, and recent representations in popular culture, fil ...

                                               

List of Lingbao texts

The following list is a list of the works contained in the Lingbao Canon, as stated Lou Cuzzin in your directory Lingbao school, China, in 437 CE.

                                               

Taipingjing

Taipingjing is the name of several different Daoist texts. At least two works were known by this name: Chinese: 天官歷包元太平經, Pinyin: Jing Bāoyuan is Tàiping Tiānguān, 12 chapters, contents unknown, author: Gan Zhongke 甘忠可. Chinese: 太平清 ...

                                               

Zhenyuan Miaodao Yaolue

The text is attributed to Zheng Yin, an alchemist from the 3rd century, who allegedly taught GE Hong, but the bulk of the text was written in the 9th century.

                                               

Under the Sun

Under the sun-the Bible, Ecclesiastes 1:9 "what has been will be, and what is done is that which shall be done: and there is nothing new under the sun". It may also refer to:

                                               

Ezra–Nehemiah

Ezra–Nehemiah, a book in the Hebrew Bible, found in the Ketuvim, originally from the Hebrew name Ezra. The book covers the period from the fall of Babylon in 539 BCE until the second half of the 5th century BC and tells of the successive missions ...

                                               

Servant songs

The servant songs are four songs in the Book of Isaiah in the Hebrew Bible, which include Isaiah 42:1-4, Isaiah 49:1-6, Isaiah 50:4-7, and Isaiah 52:13-53:12. The songs are four poems written about a certain "servant of Yahweh". God calls a serva ...

                                               

Antisemitism in the Gospel of John

                                               

Book of Signs

In Christianity, the book of signs refers to the first main part of Johns gospel, after the hymn, the words and before the Book of Glory. It is named for the seven significant events, often referred to as "signs" or "miracles", he writes.

                                               

Song of Deborah

                                               

Five Megillot

Five scrolls or the five Megillot of the Ketuvim, the third section of the Tanakh. Five scrolls-Song of songs, the book of Ruth, Lamentations, Ecclesiastes and book of Esther. These five relatively short biblical books are grouped in the Jewish t ...

                                               

Gospel of Mark verses

                                               

Twelve Minor Prophets

The minor prophets and the twelve prophets, occasionally book of the twelve, is the last book of the neviim, the second main division of the Jewish Tanakh. The collection is broken up to form twelve individual books in the Christian old Testament ...

                                               

Twelve Minor Prophets

                                               

Legend of the Rood

The legend about the flood is a complex of medieval tales freely derived from the old Testament. In its fullest form, the narrative tells how the dying Adam sends his son Seth back to Paradise to seek an elixir which will make him immortal. This ...

                                               

Octateuch

In the Octateuch is a traditional name of the first eight books of the Bible, including the Pentateuch, plus the book of Joshua, Book of Judges and book of Ruth. These texts make up the first eight books of the Bible in the traditional Christian ...

                                               

Sharh Sahih Muslim

Sharh Sahih Muslim may refer to: Fatah al-Ibrahim. (Фатх аль-Ибрагим) Takmilat Fath al-Ibrahim. (Takmilat Фатх аль-Ибрагим) Al-Minhaj bi Sharh Sahih Muslim.

                                               

Corrigenda

And corrections in the printed list of errors in printed text, typically the book, which was discovered too late to be fixed printers before it is published. This is the instruction for the reader to make the correction. This is usually found in ...

                                               

Katarmal

Katarmal is located at a distance of 1.5 km from Kosi village and 12 km from the district centre, Almora and 70 km from Nainital. Located at a height of 2116 meters above sea level, well connected and the highway, 30 km away from Khairna, Garampa ...

                                               

Sugarworld

Sugarworld is the Australian Council owned community water Park, located in Edmonton, Queensland. Its main attractions were water slides, pools and dining area. Sugarworld also includes a large amount of land occupied with a great variety of loca ...

                                               

Water parks in Kentucky

                                               

Arausio (god)

Arausio was a Celtic water God Who gave his name to the town of Arausio in southern Gaul, as confirmed by ancient inscriptions. The modern name of the city and the family that was established there by myself, house of orange-Nassau, is a corrupte ...

                                               

Bangpūtys

This article is about the Lithuanian deity. For the Lithuanian poet who used this name as one of his pen names, see Antanas Baranauskas. Bangpūtys is the name of a male deity in Lithuanian mythology. Basing on very scanty sources, some mythologis ...

                                               

Durius

Durius or durians was a God worshipped by the ancient Lusitanians or celtiberians of the Iberian Peninsula. He was the personification of what is today known as the Duero river and is represented by a fishing net. The temple dedicated to him was ...

                                               

Luxovius

In Gallo-Roman religion, Luxovios, Latinized as Luxovius was the God of the waters of Luxeuil, worshipped in Gaul. He was the consort Bricta. Thermal spring temple in Luxeuil evidence of the worship of other deities, including the sky-rider, whic ...

                                               

Potamoi

River of gods was 3000 son of the great earth-surrounding river, ocean and his wifes aunt and the brothers of the Oceanids. They were also the fathers of the Naiads. The river gods were depicted in one of three forms: man-headed bull, a bull-head ...

                                               

Kleodora

In Greek mythology, Kleodora was one of the prophetic Thriai, nymphs who divined the future by throwing stones or pebbles. She and her sister Milena and Daphne lived on mount Parnassus, where Delphi is located, and loved of Poseidon. With Poseido ...

                                               

Coopers Gap Wind Farm

Gap farm Coopers wind-453 MW of wind power under construction in Bilboa and Cooranga North region, of Australia, approximately 50 kilometres South-West of Kingaroy and 65 km North of Dalby in Queensland, Australia. 60 m 197 ft wind-monitoring mas ...

                                               

Silverton Wind Farm

In the Silverton wind farm is 199 MW wind farm located on the barrier ranges in New South Wales, built for AGL energy CATCON and General electric. On 3 June 2009, the project was approved by the government of New South Wales. Initially the projec ...

                                               

Castle Hill Wind Farm

Castle farm hill wind proposed wind farm is developed by Genesis energy. It will have up to 286 wind turbines with a potential capacity of up to 858 MW, depending on model wind picked up. The project is estimated to cost more than the castle Hill ...

                                               

Hauauru ma raki

Hauāuru MA raki wind farm of the proposed project on the Waikato coast of New Zealand. It will extend 34 km along the coast between port Waikato and Raglan. The project covers an area of 168 square kilometres, 65 square miles and has a capacity o ...

                                               

Long Gully Wind Farm

Long gully wind farm the proposed wind farm in Wellington, New Zealand. Long gully is an area adjacent to Karor reserve. The proposal involves using turbines New Zealand Windflow technology limited. In 2008, Windflow technology undertook the Gene ...

                                               

Project Hayes

Project Hayes was a controversial wind farm proposed for the Lammermoor series of Otago, New Zealand. The project was developed by Meridian energy from 2006 to 2012 price.9 million. He was offered the power to 630 MW at the time, making it the la ...

                                               

Project Hurunui

The project Hurunui project wind farm located between Omihi and Greta valley in North Canterbury, New Zealand. Meridian energy is the development of a wind farm, which is expected to produce up to 75.9 MW from 2014. A proposal for a wind farm of ...

                                               

Turitea Wind Farm

Farm Turitea wind approved wind farm is developed by mercury energy. Most of the land is in the Turitea reserve near Turitea in Palmerston North, New Zealand. The project was initially planned for 131 wind turbines with a capacity of over 300 MW, ...

                                               

Den Brook Wind Farm

Farm den brook wind is a wind farm in Devon, England. The wind generator is located 2 km South-East of North Tawton and 2.5 km, each 120 metres South-West of bow, and includes nine wind turbines high. Developed by renewable energy received planni ...

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