Authors:Zsuzsanna Pluhár, Annamária Uzzoli, and Bettina Pikó
Hill, D. T., Angel, J. R. (2005): Neighbourhood disorder, psychological distress, and heavy drinking.
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afsudan, “to enchant” or “protect with a spell”), is an ambivalent term, meaning a spell which can be taught by an angel 2 and may save a life, the word jadu, on the other hand, clearly denotes “black”, i.e., harmful magic. In addition, the very word
Authors:Meral Unal, Narcin Palavan-Unsal, and M. Tufekci
Mercedes, G., Manuel, E. G., Angel, J. M., Paloma, M. R., Isabel, M. S. (1994) Inhibition of polyamine synthesis by cyclohexylamine stimulates the ethylene pathway and accelerates the germination of
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Temple Mount in Jerusalem, known to Muslims as Haram esh-Sharif (“the Noble Sanctuary”), Mohammed ascended through the seven heavens in the company of the angel Gabriel, to receive God’s instructions for the faithful. Burāq is described as being a
examine the Old Testament scene of the Purification of Isaiah , depicted to the left of Christ’s Entry (see Figure 9 above). Here Isaiah is kneeling before an angel, whose partially visible body is bathed in concentric circles of light and who is
Authors:Sándor Kele, Lászó Korpás, Attila Demény, Péter Kovács-Pálffy, Bernadett Bajnóczi, and Zsófia Medzihradszky
-solid geochemistry of travertine-depositing hot springs (Angel Terrace, Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, U.S.A). - Journal of Sedimentary Research , 70 , pp. 565-585.
Depositional facies and aqueous-solid geochemistry of
they asked.” Our faces burned with enthusiasm and the little school room became filled with melodies; it was as if little singing angels would flap their wings in the air, and would lift us up to an invisible fairy world. 26 This passage, as Patai
Authors:Robert Beckstead, Bryce Blankenagel, Cody Noconi, and Michael Winkelman
experience as veridical
Converts who reported angelic visitations, ecstasies, and visions of God in 19th-century Mormonism regarded their experiences as veridical and not as imaginary constructs of the mind. The 19th-century publication, The