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Individual meerkats

                                               

Individual apes

                                               

Individual monkeys

                                               

Individual groundhogs

                                               

Burials at Bobbio Abbey

                                               

Burials at Casamari Abbey

                                               

Burials at La Trappe Abbey

                                               

Burials at Nonantola Abbey

                                               

Music for the Requiem Mass

The Music for the Requiem Mass is any music that accompanies the Requiem, a Mass in the Catholic Church for the deceased. It has inspired a large number of compositions, including settings by Mozart, Berlioz, Verdi, Bruckner, Dvoeak, Faure and Du ...

                                               

Requiem (Victoria)

                                               

Cultural depictions of Agrippina the Elder

                                               

Cultural depictions of Lucilla

                                               

Monkeys-comb

Pithecoctenium, monkeys-comb, is a Bignoniaceae genus of some 20 species of climbing shrubs occurring in the Caribbean and Tropical South America from Brazil to Mexico. Leaves are opposite with 3 entire and stalked leaflets, the terminal leaflet ...

                                               

Doctor Strange: Journey into the Mystic Arts

Doctor Strange: Journey into the Mystic Arts is a stage show on board the Disney Magic cruise ship as part of a promotional event titled "Marvel Day at Sea". It is set to be added to Disney California Adventure in 2020 and Walt Disney Studios Par ...

                                               

Cultural depictions of Anne Boleyn

Anne Boleyn, the second wife of King Henry VIII of England, has inspired or been mentioned in numerous artistic and cultural works. The following lists cover various media, enduring works of high art, and recent representations in popular culture ...

                                               

List of Lingbao texts

The following list is a list of the works contained in the Lingbao Canon as listed by Lu Xiujing in his catalogue of the Lingbao School, China, in 437 CE.

                                               

Taipingjing

Taipingjing is the name of several different Daoist texts. At least two works were known by this title: Chinese: 天官歷包元太平經 ; pinyin: Tiānguān lì Bāoyuan Tàiping jīng, 12 Chapters, contents unknown, author: Gan Zhongke 甘忠可 Chinese: 太平 ...

                                               

Zhenyuan Miaodao Yaolue

The text is attributed to Zheng Yin, an alchemist from the 3rd century who purportedly taught Ge Hong, but the bulk of the text appears to have been written during the 9th century.

                                               

Under the Sun

Under the Sun is found in the Bible, Ecclesiastes 1:9, "The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun." It may also refer to:

                                               

Ezra–Nehemiah

Ezra–Nehemiah is a book in the Hebrew Bible found in the Ketuvim section, originally with the Hebrew title of Ezra. The book covers the period from the fall of Babylon in 539 BC to the second half of the 5th century BC, and tells of the successiv ...

                                               

Servant songs

The servant songs are four songs in the Book of Isaiah in the Hebrew Bible, which include Isaiah 42:1–4; Isaiah 49:1–6; Isaiah 50:4–7; and Isaiah 52:13–53:12. The songs are four poems written about a certain "servant of YHWH". God calls the serva ...

                                               

Antisemitism in the Gospel of John

                                               

Book of Signs

In Christianity, the Book of Signs refers to the first main section of the Gospel of John, following the Hymn to the Word and preceding the Book of Glory. It is named for seven notable events, often called "signs" or "miracles", that it records.

                                               

Song of Deborah

                                               

Five Megillot

The Five Scrolls or The Five Megillot are parts of the Ketuvim, the third major section of the Tanakh. The Five Scrolls are the Song of Songs, the Book of Ruth, the Book of Lamentations, Ecclesiastes and the Book of Esther. These five relatively ...

                                               

Gospel of Mark verses

                                               

Twelve Minor Prophets

The Minor Prophets or Twelve Prophets, occasionally Book of the Twelve, is the last book of the Neviim, the second main division of the Jewish Tanakh. The collection is broken up to form twelve individual books in the Christian Old Testament, one ...

                                               

Twelve Minor Prophets

                                               

Legend of the Rood

The Legend of the Rood is a complex of medieval tales loosely derived from the Old Testament. In its fullest form, the narrative tells of how the dying Adam sends his son Seth back to Paradise to seek an elixir which will render him immortal. Thi ...

                                               

Octateuch

The Octateuch is a traditional name for the first eight books of the Bible, comprising the Pentateuch, plus the Book of Joshua, the Book of Judges and the Book of Ruth. These texts make up the first eight books of the Bible in a traditional Chris ...

                                               

Sharh Sahih Muslim

Sharh Sahih Muslim may refer to: Fath al-Mulhim Takmilat Fath al-Mulhim Al Minhaj bi Sharh Sahih Muslim

                                               

Corrigenda

A corrigenda is a printed list of errors bound into a printed text, usually a book, which were discovered too late to be corrected by the printers before publication. It is an instruction to the reader to make the corrections. It is usually found ...

                                               

Katarmal

Katarmal is located at a distance of 1.5 km from Kosi village and 12 km from the district centre, Almora and 70 km from Nainital. Located at a height of 2116 meters above sea level, it is well connected by a metalled road, 30 km away from Khairna ...

                                               

Sugarworld

Sugarworld is an Australian council-owned community water park, located in Edmonton, Queensland. Its main attractions were water slides, pools, and a canteen area. Sugarworld also includes a large amount of land occupied with a large variety of n ...

                                               

Water parks in Kentucky

                                               

Arausio (god)

Arausio was a local Celtic water god who gave his name to the town of Arausio in southern Gaul, as attested to by ancient inscriptions. The modern name of both the city and the family that established itself there, the House of Orange-Nassau, is ...

                                               

Bangpūtys

This article is about the Lithuanian deity. For the Lithuanian poet who used this name as one of his pen names, see Antanas Baranauskas. Bangpūtys is the name of a masculine deity in Lithuanian mythology. Basing on very scanty sources, some mytho ...

                                               

Durius

Durius or Durio was a god worshiped by the ancient Lusitanians and Celtiberians of the Iberian peninsula. He was a personification of what is today known as the river Douro and is usually depicted holding a fishing net. A shrine dedicated to him ...

                                               

Luxovius

In Gallo-Roman religion, Luxovios, Latinized as Luxovius was the god of the waters of Luxeuil, worshipped in Gaul. He was a consort of Bricta. The thermal spring sanctuary at Luxeuil produced evidence of the worship of other deities, including th ...

                                               

Potamoi

The river gods were the 3000 sons of the great earth-encircling river Oceanus and his wife Tethys and the brothers of the Oceanids. They were also the fathers of the Naiads. The river gods were depicted in one of three forms: a man-headed bull, a ...

                                               

Kleodora

In Greek mythology, Kleodora was one of the prophetic Thriai, nymphs who divined the future by throwing stones or pebbles. She and her sisters Melaina and Daphne lived on Mount Parnassus, where Delphi is located and was loved by Poseidon. With Po ...

                                               

Coopers Gap Wind Farm

Coopers Gap Wind Farm is a 453 megawatt wind power station under construction in the Bilboa and Cooranga North region, of Australia, approximately 50 kilometres south-west of Kingaroy and 65 km north of Dalby in Queensland, Australia. A 60-metre ...

                                               

Silverton Wind Farm

The Silverton Wind Farm is a 199 megawatt wind farm situated on the Barrier Ranges in New South Wales, built for AGL Energy by CATCON and General Electric. On 3 June 2009, the project was approved by the NSW state Government. The project was init ...

                                               

Castle Hill Wind Farm

The Castle Hill Wind Farm is a proposed wind farm being developed by Genesis Energy. It will have up to 286 wind turbines with potential output of up to 858 MW, depending on what model of wind turbines are selected. The project is estimated to co ...

                                               

Hauauru ma raki

Hauāuru mā raki is a proposed wind farm development on the Waikato coast of New Zealand. It will extend 34 km along the coast between Port Waikato and Raglan. The project covers an area of 168 square kilometres 65 sq mi and has a capacity of up t ...

                                               

Long Gully Wind Farm

Long Gully Wind Farm is a proposed wind farm in Wellington, New Zealand. Long Gully is an area adjacent to the Karori Wildlife Sanctuary. The proposal involved using turbines manufactured by the New Zealand company Windflow Technology Limited. In ...

                                               

Project Hayes

Project Hayes was a controversial wind farm proposed for the Lammermoor Range of Otago, New Zealand. The project was developed by Meridian Energy from 2006 to 2012 at a cost of.9 million. It had a proposed capacity of up to 630MW, at the time mak ...

                                               

Project Hurunui

Project Hurunui is a proposed wind farm located between Omihi and Greta Valley in north Canterbury, New Zealand. Meridian Energy is developing the wind farm, which is planned to produce up to 75.9 MW from 2014. The proposal is for a wind farm of ...

                                               

Turitea Wind Farm

Turitea Wind Farm is an approved wind farm being developed by Mercury Energy. Most of the land is located in the Turitea Reserve, near Turitea, in Palmerston North, New Zealand. The project was initially planned for 131 wind turbines with a capac ...

                                               

Den Brook Wind Farm

Den Brook Wind Farm is a windfarm in Devon, England. The windfarm is located 2 kilometres south-east of North Tawton and 2.5 kilometres south-west of Bow, and comprises nine wind turbines, each 120 metres high. Developer Renewable Energy Systems ...

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