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Some of these stars become the Pleiades: to teach the people of nihilated, which is calculated to the 23 We see in the model of the the super-novas that explode a n d the world the love of God, the love total of about ergs per second Night of Eternity, the Maha-Ratri, scatter the elements throughout the of t h e Son, a n d t h e l o v e of t h e in radiated energy. life-giving plasma spiraling in many universe, throughout the galaxy, or - the Holy Spirit.
Prealternation biography is typically nihilated in toto by subsuming it under a negative category occupying a strategic position in the new legitimizing apparatus.
Poor Flying Dutchmen, trying to recapture an-nihilated dreams.
Almost all the dis - tant colonies of the French and Dutch are taken; the trade of the Dutch, French, and Spaniards almost an - nihilated; and the principal ports of the three powers completely blockaded by our fleets.
Scripture and reason lead us to expect “that the world shall bee by fire totally and finally dissolved and an - nihilated” (Book IV, Sec.
By the motion thus communicated to the Sea by the lunar influence, it would continue to ebb and flow for feveral times, were the Sun and Moon an - nihilated, or their attraftive powers wholly de - ftroyed: as we perceive in any vefTel of water, Which having been agitated, will continue to move for fome time after the veflel has flood flillj or as a pendulum, which after having been put in motion, continues to make feveral vibrations, until the con - tinued aftion of gravity has conquered the foreign temporary impulfe.