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  • n. Plural form of halleluiah.


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  • (Soundbite of song "Elephant Gun") HERMES: As it turns out, Condon's homemade recordings found a sympathetic ear, and with a bit of dressing up, were released to critical halleluiahs.

    Beirut Blares Gypsy Brass in 'Flying Club Cup'

  • Whenever a new saint came on the ground, you would hear shouts, praises, and halleluiahs, that would make the woods ring.

    Trials and Triumphs of Faith

  • Who so stolid and selfish that would not give his voice to swell the halleluiahs of a nation's jubilee, when the chains of servitude had been torn from his limbs?

    Masterpieces of Negro Eloquence The Best Speeches Delivered by the Negro from the days of Slavery to the Present Time

  • Those who depart at the birth of empires bear with them the impression of their perpetuity; those who die at their fall, are buried in the hope of their restoration; but do you not realize what it is to see the same things unceasingly, -- the same alternation of prosperity and desolation, desolation and prosperity, eternal obsequies and eternal halleluiahs, dawn upon dawn, sunset upon sunset?

    Brazilian Tales

  • Her soul will be joining the halleluiahs of paradise, while we sing her requiem at the grave.

    The Annals of the Poor

  • Hagee calling the Catholic church a whore, Hagee saying that Hurricane Katrina was punishment for gay pride plans, or Hagee, shouting halleluiahs at the altar of his bloodthirsty vision?

    Valerie Tarico: McCain's Glass House: Hagee

  • Again the organ-peal, loud-rolling, meets The halleluiahs of the choir: Sublime,

    The sabbath, with Sabbath walks, and other poems

  • “Our Exhibition of Eternity reveals the splendour of God’s own times, Lovejoy,” Prez said in a blast of halleluiahs as the crowd unglued and we started in.

    The Great California Game


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