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  • proper noun Christianity Jesus

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Examples

  • “Islam came in order to destroy these palaces of tyranny,” thundered Khomeini.46 The title King of Kings, used by Iranian monarchs, was the “most hated of all titles in the sight of God.”

    Let the Swords Encircle Me

  • No, he needed to beat Darius openly in the light of day to prove that he was, as the Persians called their ruler, King of Kings.

    Alexander the Great

  • He was also styling himself as Artaxerxes V, King of Kings, heir to Darius.

    Alexander the Great

  • But now, the King of Kings was dead in the back of a common wagon, betrayed by his friends and deserted by his allies.

    Alexander the Great

  • No, he needed to beat Darius openly in the light of day to prove that he was, as the Persians called their ruler, King of Kings.

    Alexander the Great

  • But now, the King of Kings was dead in the back of a common wagon, betrayed by his friends and deserted by his allies.

    Alexander the Great

  • No, he needed to beat Darius openly in the light of day to prove that he was, as the Persians called their ruler, King of Kings.

    Alexander the Great

  • He was also styling himself as Artaxerxes V, King of Kings, heir to Darius.

    Alexander the Great

  • He was also styling himself as Artaxerxes V, King of Kings, heir to Darius.

    Alexander the Great

  • But now, the King of Kings was dead in the back of a common wagon, betrayed by his friends and deserted by his allies.

    Alexander the Great

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