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  • If a miracle, by definition, is something of wonder that cannot be explained (as in the Old French and Latin miraculum or "object of wonder"), then Nadia's rescue and survival is certainly miraculous.

    Proven: 11 Year-Old Nadia Bloom's Rescue IS a Miracle

  • Sacrae historiae acta a Raphaele Urbin in Vaticanis xystis ad picturae miraculum expressa.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • He enters seventeen characters and then dot com miraculum.

    Underworld

  • He enters seventeen characters and then dot com miraculum.

    Underworld

  • He enters seventeen characters and then dot com miraculum.

    Underworld

  • Persia; but this would not be a speciosum miraculum.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Qui melancholicus factus plane desipiebat, multaque stulte loquebaturr, huic exhibitum 12.gr. stibium, quod paulo post atram bilem ex alvo eduxit (ut ego vidi, qui vocatus tanquam ad miraculum adfui testari possum,) et ramenta tunquam carnis dissecta in partes totum excrementum tanquam sanguinem nigerrimum repraesentabat.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Man the most excellent and noble creature of the world, the principal and mighty work of God, wonder of Nature, as Zoroaster calls him; audacis naturae miraculum, the [820] marvel of marvels, as Plato; the [821] abridgment and epitome of the world, as Pliny; microcosmus, a little world, a model of the world,

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Adulta in ferarum persequatione ad miraculum usque sagax.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Dicuntur autem tenebræ istæ olim per diuinum miraculum aduenisse.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

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