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- proper n. A male given name used since 16th century, from Latin Angelus or an anglicized spelling of Ángel.
- proper n. A surname originating as a nickname or, rarely, as a patronymic.
- proper n. A female given name of modern usage from the English noun angel.
- proper n. A player on the team the "Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim".
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(_At this station St Augustine brings the nails and all kneel and adore them, singing _Dulce lignum, dulcis clavus_, and when the adoration is ended the Angel says to the Soul: _) 115 _Angel.
(_The Angel returns to the Soul, saying: _) 37 _Angel.
I think that most people are quite happy with the term Angel being used to denote the Nature of these Spirits.
And knowing all too well the meaning of the phrase Angel Flight.
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We Eate very good Cod fish and Salmon and that at a pretty Cheape rate, tho 'we were not in the best jnn for the Angel is the best in Cunny Streete.
: For the Greek word Angel, is in Latin Nuntius, ` a messenger. '
More than 40 other businesses had registered the word "Angel" and about 30 registered "Angels", including "Angels by Victoria's Secret", Mr Kirov said.
Even though the Australian Trade Marks Office rejected the MLB claim over the name Angel.
Maternity store beats US sporting giant in bizarre court battle THE word "Angel" has triggered a bizarre legal stoush between a tiny northern Sydney maternity shop and the US sporting giant Major League Baseball.
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