from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See Mithras.
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- n. ancient Persian god of light and truth; sun god
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Biblical history Do you believe in god? even though he shares the same biography word by word as other gods such as mithra, horis, orpheus, and dionysus just to name a few.
I mean, wasn't mithra running like 30 computers just by himself?
Harmamithres, if that is the true reading, would be "mountain-lover" (monticolus), from hardam, ace. of hara, "a mountain," and mithra or mitra, "fond of."
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Como si tiro la consola por el retrete .. a ellos no debe de importarle coño kakaroto296 ya comprarán los holandeses flashcart's de importación. mithra
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The author's char, one of the mithra rangers, is seen saying, "Fuck yea; I'm so pumped right now" right after they win the last fight against the crystal.
In order to understand christianity I think we should study zoroastrian and christianity and mithra and christianity.
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