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e muh nay shuhn

  • n  something that is emitted or radiated (as a gas or an odor or a light, etc.)
  • n  the act of emitting; causing to flow forth
  • n  (theology) the origination of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost
    the emanation of the Holy Spirit

  • Their experiments took two directions: 1) to dissolve radium salts in water; 2) to expose water to radium emanation.
  • Among young conductors today, one who has this emanation plus musicianshipto an extraordinary degree is Bombay-born Zubin Mehta, conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
  • In his decision, Judge Wollenberg did not accept their "emanation," though he was not immune to their vibrations.
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  • Media : WATCH: Julianna Barwick Unveils Mystifying “Crystal Lake”  Live Performance (FILTER Premiere)
    Most old churches come naturally with an enigmatic emanation.  But rather than inspiring fear, especially in festivities leading up to October’s hallowed holiday, sometimes the aura of the halls and chapels possesses something altogether unexpected, something hopeful. Such is the case in a recently released video directed by Derrick Belcham of  Julianna Barwick  and her ensemble at New York's ...
    Oct. 3, 2013 - Filter Magazine

  • Sepp Blatter in Reuters.uk
    This is absolutely nonsense. I cannot understand how CAS, which is an emanation of the Olympic movement, made such a ruling,said Blatter.
  • Mariane Pearl in iBerkshires.com
    I wanted to find extraordinary examples of human resilience and I think that is truly the answer to terrorism because it is the exact opposite,Pearl said. "Everything I've done for the last six years truly is an emanation of that decision...
  • César López in Earthtimes
    For now it calmed down, the level of activity of the Galeras volcano decreased. Last night's event lasted a couple of hours and then that emanation stopped. It was very short,Lopez said.

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