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  • Embodiments of the goddess Liberty in the United States of America include Columbia, which is yet another personification of the goddess Liberty.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Let Marianne, Goddess of Liberty

  • Embodiments of the present invention also provide an action tag management architecture that is independent of the actions that are triggered by the action tags associated with particular objects and, accordingly, provides flexibility by allowing the set of actions to be expanded without requiring code changes to the tag management architecture.

    ChaCha, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo IBM, and Others Have Patent Applications Published « ResourceShelf

  • Embodiments of unattainable desire, fantastic as the man they served.

    At Swim, Two Boys

  • Embodiments of unattainable desire, fantastic as the man they served.

    At Swim, Two Boys

  • Channels and Embodiments of Divine authority and power.

    The Promised Day Is Come

  • Could they seek to justify themselves by saying: “We have clung to a certain tradition, and not having beheld the literal fulfilment thereof, we have therefore raised such cavils against the Embodiments of divine Revelation, and kept remote from the law of God?”

    The Kitáb-i-Íqán

  • Embodiments of praise and the Essences of sanctity.

    Gems of Divine Mysteries

  • God in those who are the Manifestations of His unity, the Exponents of His singleness, and the Embodiments of His sanctity, and failed to believe in them and submit to their authority.

    Gems of Divine Mysteries

  • Nay rather, the attribute of sovereignty and all other names and attributes of God have been and will ever be vouchsafed unto all the Manifestations of God, before and after Him, inasmuch as these Manifestations, as it hath already been explained, are the Embodiments of the attributes of God, the Invisible, and the Revealers of the divine mysteries.

    The Kitáb-i-Íqán

  • Even as thou dost witness in this day how most of the people, because of such love and hate, are bereft of the immortal Face, have strayed far from the Embodiments of the divine mysteries, and, shepherdless, are roaming through the wilderness of oblivion and error.

    The Kitáb-i-Íqán

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