In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The congregation also sang the hymns Lord Of All Hopefulness and Abide With Me, and heard clips of Peel speaking in a variety of radio broadcasts.
- During that powerful event, Sri Rudram, a much-revered propitiatory hymn to Lord Siva from the Yajur Veda, was chanted in unison 1,331 times.
- Were they preludes to a hymn sung by a congregation, and, if so, commoners in a parish church or gentry in a court chapel?
- Both sat weeping with their heads bowed when after a service of hymns, prayers and poems, Robbie Williams's song Angels was performed.
- In the Christian tradition, hymns are songs of worship, sung by congregation and choir.
- All that the documents talk about are pesah banquets with wine, good food, and hymns of praise to God.
- It is this priority of visions, hymns, and poems that leads me to the Apocalypse of John for this second study.
- Our part of the programme entails the traditional bit of hymn singing in church.
- It was a dignified service, the hymns sung by the congregation with increasing emotion.
- Through our hymns of praise, help us to celebrate the promises of your acceptance, love, and forgiveness.
- She had a consistent gratitude for God's goodness; many of her poems and hymns capture her sense of the presence of God.
- Rig-Veda Samhita is the oldest of the four vedas and consists of 1028 hymns praising the ancient gods.
- In all four Vedas, there are references to women ascetics reciting Vedic hymns and even creating mantras.
- As you think about Jesus' goodness to you in prayer today, try writing your own hymn or prayer of praise.
- A few feet away, a group of priests, nuns and Protestant ministers sang hymns while they waited to be removed.
- The Rig Veda is a collection of hymns praising the gods and glorifying the conquests and the heroics of the aristocratic Aryan cult.
- They should be ‘words’ that can't be easily guessed, like acronyms referring to hymns, praise songs, or verses.
- Women participated in the singing of hymns, preaching in religious gatherings without any distinction.
- Therefore, in the long run, the descriptive praise of the hymns becomes praise that is only response to a human call to praise.
- The Bible Club members sit on a plastic sheet, wearing religious placards and singing hymns.
- Author of five books, he has also compiled an equal number, including ‘Arul Maalai’, containing devotional hymns and articles on religion.
- It was especially heart-warming to sing hymns and songs of praise with so many people.
- Sage Agasthya taught Lord Rama the Aditya Hridayam, the hymn to Lord Surya when he felt fatigued during the battle with Ravana.
- The conference opened with selected hymns designed to encourage hymn singing in Nigerian churches.
- Wine and even drunkenness are frequent images in medieval hymns and other religious poems.
- What I couldn't do then and couldn't do for thirty years was the first line of the first poem, the hymn to Aphrodite.
- I used to feel good when I went to the local Congregational Church and sang hymns.
- This hymn praises the Savior who stands over all creation and through whom all things, tapanta, are created and all things are held together.
- Protestants and other Christians have made wide use of secular sources for their hymn tunes and religious music.
- In Adhyatma Ramayana, Narada, in his hymn to Sri Rama, says that males of all species are Rama and females are Sita.
- Every day, take one of the hymns of praise in Revelation and make it a central part of your prayer.
- These might be orchestral interludes or the religious hymns, but they form more contemplative passages, balancing the dialogue.
- That passage is said in the context of a hymn of praise.
- It is a massive hymn in the Byzantine Rite, in praise of the Virgin Mary.
- In the structure of the hymn, praise is response in the sense of being a congregational response to a call to worship.
- When Humayan arrived, Guru Angad and the congregation were absorbed in singing religious hymns.
- Poems and hymns of the Hebrew people are expressed in Psalms.
- The congregation sang the hymns to the accompaniment of organiser Ita Fitzpatrick.
- It sounds uncommonly like a means of mass-producing aesthetic intensities of the sort hymned at the close of Pater's Renaissance.
- So often congregation members take sides over how to offer Christian education or when to sing a hymn.
- Unlike other funerals of known ANC leaders which are dominated by freedom songs, a church choir sang hymns for the activist.
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- Will Hutton's new book is a hymn of praise to Europe.
- It is likely that you will join in the author's song with joy and wholeheartedly endorse the great hymn to eco-feminism with which chapter fifteen concludes.
- The lucky fools should be taking heart from the theme of the song, a hymn to love for its own sake, regardless of its object.
- Here, Earle lets guitar, harmonica, and drums roll out a vibrant hymn to hope.
- Don Quixote is a monument to absurdity, a hymn to the inspiration and futility of the romantic anti-hero.
- It centers around the slain but risen Lamb, and climaxes in a great hymn to the Paschal Lamb.
- Time After Time is an extended hymn to nature and indigenous traditions, across three continents.
- More precisely, the film is a hymn to the theatricality implicit in most love affairs: their deceptive art and sweet fraudulence.
- He picks up the same musical motif again after his hymn to love.
- One of my favorite books is an extended hymn of praise to French food, wine and general attitude toward the pleasant things in life.
- Earth has guessed much and rhythms the hymn behind the world in the stroke of her waves.
- These portraits lent them a near iconic dimension, recording a pictorial hymn in their praise for posterity.
- Not two weeks ago these people were composing hymns to the separation of powers.
- It is a hymn to the unanticipated and the miraculous and to the sustaining potential of faith and hope in life itself.
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- Today, the hymning of mental frailty has significantly reduced the stigma of idleness.
- The finale optimistically hymns the progress of humankind.
- Already enamoured of the small Canadian town, he began to hymn its praises in verse which he read to public gatherings.
- Sometimes You Can't Make It on Your Own affectingly hymns the singer's late father, pulling back from mawkishness.
- Widowed, and with a little child, he felt violent pangs of transient remorse, and hymned his dead wife in vintage Nineties poet's minor melody.
- Knox, safe in Frankfurt with the ‘Marian exiles’, lashed The Monstrous Regiment [rule] of Women and hymned the martyrs to Mary Tudor's fanaticism.
- Remote antiquity, hymned by the tribe's poet, is revered, and the future feared as it may bring catastrophe or even annihilation.
- Last year they spoofed Lord of the Rings, mastered hip-hop and hymned the robot revolution - all on acoustic guitars.
- As rations dwindled, she sustained herself by hymning the consolations of good food.
- Our problem is that we no longer see holiness in its particulars, in practices like marriage or work that he hymns over and again in his writing.
- Having hymned the nation's maritime glories, Wilson asked what he meant to be a purely rhetorical question: ‘And why am I saying all this?’
- He hymns the progress of the year just past and the minty weight of new policies waiting for examination.
- With the Plame case, it is tempting to hymn the security services, and their hard work in discovering WMD.
- For many centuries, he has been a comfortably rotund elephant-headed god hymned at the beginning of enterprises.
- We want to hymn the man at the wheel, who hurls the lance of his spirit across the Earth, along the circle of its orbit.
- For example, they did not often gather together with harps and rebecks to celebrate their national glories, or to hymn their national heroes.
- Modesty, stoicism, self-restraint and resilience: these are endangered virtues, and I want to hymn them.
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