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  • You understand that liberating the people of this so-called Empyrean from their alien domination and bringing them under Pax enlightenment is going to be a very expensive proposition.

    Angelmass

  • "The Empyrean is a danger to the Pax," Lleshi said stiffly.

    Angelmass

  • Beyond this last sphere there was believed to exist a boundless, uncircumscribed region, of immeasurable extent, called the Empyrean, or

    The Astronomy of Milton's 'Paradise Lost'

  • In the Empyrean is the Rose of the Blessed, whose myriad leaves form the thrones of the spirits, and whose centre of light is the

    National Epics

  • "And it is called Empyrean," he says in his letter to Can

    Among My Books Second Series

  • Th 'Empyrean's Lord allow thee bower of heavenly bliss, * And wi' thy faithful friends The Guide show goodly wone:

    Arabian nights. English

  • But from th 'Empyrean's Lord in haste there came * One word, and joy waxed grief ere morning glowed. "

    Arabian nights. English

  • Th 'Empyrean's Lord surprised them with one word, * Nor wealth nor refuge could their doom delay! "

    Arabian nights. English

  • For me personally, the first big things I'm expecting changes on relate to Faction Warfare (the key content of the Empyrean Age expansion) being opened up to Alliance corporations and incorporating our advise and advocacy on a truly dynamic, open-ended plotline for the game itself.

    Boing Boing

  • God help me, I may still have that comic somewhere, and the one with Empyrean, too.

    Marvel's Superstars of Tomorrow (Circa 1993)

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