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- n. Obsolete form of dais.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Dais.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To lay close together; pile in order.
- To cut (a section of hay) from a stack.
- n. A portion cut from a hay-stack with a hay-knife for immediate use.
- n. The portion of a sheaf or lot of grain or of a stack of hay which is left when a part is removed for use.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
As one Pagan scholar put it, "God/dess is not something we believe in, but something we participate in."
On the inside, the parapet is given a surface protection of "dess" (fig. 247).
I expect to have it done on time barring act of God/dess.
The only reason people believe that Yahweh is “male” is because he was the “son” of the mother goddess Asherah the “true god (dess) and creator” of the Caananite religion.
I'd blame the weather, but I actually like cold, rainy, dark days and God/dess knows we need the moisture.
All I can say is thank God (dess) I have creative friends and partners.
I could easily have spent the day puttering about in the garden (and god/dess knows it could use the work!)
Is it all about seeing large people in spandex and thinking, "Thank God/dess that's not me (yet)!"?
Otto Linton, byggnadskonsten och dess professioner under första delen av 1900-talet
Once you have met God/dess you never need an intermediary again, as you now know the Way to go yourself.
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