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MIRACLEMaking Institutional Repositories a Collaborative Learning Environment (Institute of Museum and Library Services; University of Michigan)
MIRACLEMokum's Industrial Research Automatic Calculator for Laboratory and Engineering (Mokum is a nickname of Amsterdam)
MIRACLESSBN Communications Project (US Navy)
MIRACLEMaking In Roads against Cancer's Lasting Effects (Garden City, NY)
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To be able to carry back to their far homes the boast that they had seen the man who could command the sun, riding in the heavens, and be obeyed, would make them great in the eyes of their neighbors, and envied by them all; but to be able to also say they had seen him work a miracle themselves -- why, people would come a dis- tance to see THEM.
In those early days Latin was the tongue of the Church, and the Miracle plays were at first said in Latin.
A great miracle, indeed," said Mazarin; "for, if the news was true, King Charles II.
He believed that all things were one big Miracle, and when a man knows that much he knows something to go upon.
But though a miracle of this kind might have engaged all the
It is a miracle," I said; it is nothing short of a miracle to transplant all the wondrous possibilities of the twen-tieth century back to the Stone Age.
X said he had not known, before, that there were people honest enough to do this miracle in public, but he was aware that thousands upon thousands of labels were imported into America from Europe every year, to enable dealers to furnish to their customers in a quiet and inexpensive way all the different kinds of foreign wines they might require.
It was not I who did it, it was love, love for Dejah Thoris, a power that would work greater miracles than this you have seen.
The first day, the blood liquefies in forty-seven minutes--the church is crammed, then, and time must be allowed the collectors to get around: after that it liquefies a little quicker and a little quicker, every day, as the houses grow smaller, till on the eighth day, with only a few dozens present to see the miracle, it liquefies in four minutes.
In the Court of Miracles," replied a fourth spectre, who had accosted them.
The professor declares that these thaumaturgists have acquired such skill in the art which he learned at their feet that they perform their miracles by simply throwing the
Certainly if miracles be the command over nature, they appear most in adversity.