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  • Tout-Puissant, meaning 'almighty', to the club's name after going unbeaten for the entire 1966 season on their way to the domestic title.

    The Guardian World News

  • Soon to form the nucleus of the Kinshasa-based supergroup Tout-Puissant OK Jazz later known simply as TPOK Jazz, the members of this prodigious ensemble would go on to establish a brash, polyrhythmic sound that's shaped African popular music for decades.

    Lost tracks: "Roots of OK Jazz, Congo Classics 1955-1956"

  • Come on, Puissant, give me reasons why you're rating this and other comments if mine as 1.

    Obama: My Judgment On Foreign Policy Is Best Of All Candidates

  • Dieu Tout-Puissant et éternel,Qui avez établi l'empire des Francs pour être dans le mondeL'instrument de votre divine volonté,Le glaive et le bouclier de votre sainte Eglise,Nous vous en prions, prévenez toujours et partout de votre céleste lumière,Les fils suppliants des Francs,Afin qu'ils voient ce qu'il faut faire pour réaliser votre règne en ce monde,Et que pour accomplir ce qu'ils ont vu,Ils soient remplis de charité, de force et de persévérance.

    Save us Obama!

  • This Puissant Prince was married to a lovely Princess whose name was

    Reprinted Pieces

  • Puissant and aggressive, these exhalations are at times so strong as to almost make the eyes water, while exciting vivid reminiscences of old-fashioned matches and chemical experiments.

    My Tropic Isle

  • Then the titles of the High and Puissant Prince, James VI of Scotland and the Isles, were proclaimed at the doors of the chapel to the sound of trumpets.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles

  • He had had all of His Puissant Excellency, the Adviser to the Elephant, that he could stomach.

    Conan The Victorious

  • Darling of Mortals, Scourge of Tyrants, and Refuge of the Distress'd, to the Puissant Monarch of that Kingdom in the Moon, to which our

    A Voyage to Cacklogallinia With a Description of the Religion, Policy, Customs and Manners of That Country

  • Creator of the universe, the Lord of all, the Puissant master, the taker of sacrificial offerings, will soon come to this Sacrifice and you all shall see him. '

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3 Books 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12


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