KOTF

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AcronymDefinition
KOTFKing of the Fall
KOTFKnight Of The Force (mod for the Star Wars Jedi Academy)
KOTFKeepers of the Faith (Richmond, BC)
KOTFKing of the Forest
KOTFKeepers of the Frequency (band)
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One of the greatest strengths, therefore, of Keepers of the Faith is the attention Lecker pays to the aporias evident in anthologies that almost invariably claim to "represent" an already existing tradition.
Her first chapter argues that women's public work within synagogues as well as their efforts to change schedules for holy days and retain Hebrew names and Jewish marital contracts represented a concerted effort to fulfill their roles as keepers of the faith.
LIKE keepers of the faith, they spring to the defence of the party whenever there is a crisis.
com for more information regarding women's programs of faith held nationwide or to participate as a speaker/servant in the upcoming Keepers of the Faith, Defenders of the Faith Awards Gala, March 2013, Beverly Hills, California.
Saturday Nights in Harrisburg - An evening of gospel music featuring Keepers of the Faith Quartet from Tacoma and Tim Walter from Harrisburg will be held at 7 p.
Keepers of the faith are unlikely to risk doing something (such as using nuclear weapons) that might make people so appalled and angry that they either destroy the country with bombs (conventional or nuclear) or invade, take over and ban the sacred religion.
The video--filmed by one of those "trackers" that Republicans so eagerly try to keep out of their own events--was predictably blown out of proportion as a pro-spending screed by the keepers of the faith at the New Hampshire Advantage Coalition.
The women in any nation are the keepers of the faith,' she said.
THE keepers of the faith are maintaining a long tradition in the green shirt of Ireland - well they usually wear a black shirt these days but never mind
Black women were the keepers of the faith, she said.
black love, religion, old people who are keepers of the faith, and the sacrifices made by the women in a community.
As such, because of their attitudes, service and loyalty, the community and the unit accept them as the keepers of the faith.