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  • adj. being three more than thirty


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  • A word of Greek origin, supposed to signify a mountain or elevation; at least Innocent III so understood it, for in his work on the Mass (III, xxxiii), after speaking of the deacon ascending the ambo to read the Gospel, he quotes the following from Isaias (40: 9): "Get thee up upon a high mountain, thou that bringest good tidings to Sion: lift up thy voice with strength".

    Ambos, or Ambones

  • Fan lao huan tong transform old age to health and purity of baby state and, lxxx first empowerment of universal service, xxxiii, xlv goal of spiritual journey, lxxvii honoring every religion, xxxvi immortality and, lxxi life mission, xxxiii–xli mission of, 209

    Tao II

  • Life normal progression of human life, lxxxiv purpose of life, xxxiii, 210

    Tao II

  • Princeton University Press, 1993, pp. xxxii–xxxiii.

    How Wars end

  • Audio books, xxxi–xxxiii other books of the Soul Power Series and, 265–272

    Divine Transformation

  • Dr. and Master Sha and, xxxiii golden light ball and, xl

    Tao II

  • Dr. and Master Sha and, xxxiii lessons from unpleasant service, xxxviii message of, xxxiii types of, xxxviii

    Tao II

  • For a discussion of this distinction see Shell, Children of Bondage, xxxi – xxxiii.

    Belongings: Property, Family, and Identity in Colonial South Africa

  • He patted me on my sound shoulder, went into his room and, a couple minutes later, I could hear him gently snoring. (xxxiii-xxxiv)

    Milankovitch, Milutin

  • He wills the repentance of a sinner rather than his death, Ezek. xxxiii.

    Saint Jerome with Saint Paula and Saint Eustochium


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