Noun(1) a festival commemorating the announcement of the Incarnation by the angel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary; a quarter day in England, Wales, and Ireland(2) (Christianity(3) a formal public statement
(1) The day of the annunciation was one such day for Mary, and her response was completely in line with a pattern that had formed her whole life up to that point.(2) As the story of the annunciation has already told us, Jesus' life and ministry are the embodiment of the work of God's Spirit.(3) Two of the recorded events in Mary's life illustrate the different aspects and possible interpretations of Marian theology: the annunciation and her magnificat on her visit to her cousin Elizabeth.(4) the annunciation of a set of rules applying to the relationships between states(5) The service is concerned with the celebration of the annunciation of the holy mother of God, he said.(6) What results is a constant raising of the stakes in the same game, the annunciation of an apocalypse, a final unveiling.(7) Comprehensively designed alarm systems perform three important functions: event annunciation , status reporting, and event logging.(8) The first two are choral works with orchestra, the last a symphonic fanfare, and together they take listeners on a difficult but satisfying journey of faith and wonder, from the annunciation to the promise of Man's salvation.(9) On retreat prior to our moving, I read and reread the story of the annunciation .(10) If I sense that I am in the shadow of God├ö├ç├û - as Mary was ├ö├ç├┐overshadowed├ö├ç├û at the annunciation - ├ö├ç├┐I find light, so much light that my vision improves dramatically.├ö├ç├û(11) For the purposes of alarm annunciation , each floor of the building, other than floors of existing buildings, are considered as not less than one zone, unless otherwise permitted by requirements in the code.(12) NONE OF THE VERY first Christians know anything about an annunciation to Mary by the Angel Gabriel, and they know of no Virgin Birth, Star of Bethlehem, Wise Men, Herod, slaughter of the innocents or the flight into Egypt.(13) Gabriel is best known as the angel of the annunciation .(14) He explained his ├ö├ç├┐programme├ö├ç├û for the first movement: the trumpets and horns outburst is ├ö├ç├┐an annunciation of death├ö├ç├û.(15) Zechariah, however, is given a punitive sign, while the annunciation to Mary concludes with her pledge of willing submission.(16) There in a window above the altar was Mary and her story, the annunciation and visitation; at the bottom of the window there was also a depiction of the donors, The Guild of Bakers.
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