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REZReservation
REZResurrection (Everquest)
REZRoot Entry Zone (neurovascular)
REZRoot Exit Zone (neurovascular)
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They were both pale and thin; but those sick pale faces were bright with the dawn of a new future, of a full resurrection into a new life.
And, as to hopes of a glorious resurrection, I've often heard him say masel' that he hoped he'd go to hell, for his mother was so pious that she'd be sure to go to heaven, an' he didn't want to addle where she was.
The object of our quest had gradually dropped out of my mind; this sudden resurrection of it made it seem quite a real and startling thing for a moment, and roused up in me a smart interest.
He turned blue all over, and died in the hope of a glorious resurrection.
he was killed in the Soudan," and poor Jack could have wished no prettier resurrection than the look of tender memory that came into her face as she spoke of him, and the soft baby tears filled her eyes.
And only where there are graves are there resurrections.
Fusion is now able to supply Resurrection into the Manhattan and Long Island areas, providing broad product availability to support growing demand.
SURPRISED BY HOPE: RETHINKING HEAVEN, THE RESURRECTION, AND THE MISSION OF THE CHURCH.
His resurrection convinces us that evil and death never have the final word; that love is stronger than hate, and life than death.
The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the most key point of his divinity.
Benson (English, Malone College) examines the images of resurrection used by Shakespeare in both the comedies and tragedies.
Levenson, Resurrection and the Restoration of Israel: The Ultimate Victory of the God of Life.