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Revelation

re vuh lay shuhn

  • n  the speech act of making something evident
  • n  an enlightening or astonishing disclosure
  • n  communication of knowledge to man by a divine or supernatural agency
  • n  the last book of the New Testament; contains visionary descriptions of heaven and of conflicts between good and evil and of the end of the world; attributed to Saint John the Apostle

  • Abuse revelations rock America and Iraq.
  • But, asks Burghardt: "Is a dogma always logically implicit in revelation? Do I always make it explicit by human logic? Is all God's revelation discoverable in Scripture?.
  • Throughout the revelations of the past 18 months, however, there was one minor consolation: reports of rampant payoffs by Exxon, Gulf, Mobil, Northrop, United Brands and .
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  • Hugh Hefner in Newsweek
    Hefner said Madison learned the pair would never have children or get married six months ago, adding: "The fact that she was depressed after that, I didn't know at all. That was a revelation in the last days and weeks. Quite frankly, we thought when...
  • Richard Blumenthal in Reuters UK
    This shocking revelation, resulting from our subpoena, provides compelling proof that social networking sites remain rife with sexual predators,Blumenthal said in a statement.
  • Arsene Wenger in Sportinglife.com
    It is a big blow because he has been a revelation for us, a fantastic player,Wenger said. "I have seen the injury again on tape. He wanted to kick the ball out and he twisted his ankle. That made it a bad injury."

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