Amitabha

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Amitabha

(ˌamiˈtɑbə)
n
(Buddhism) Buddhism (in Pure Land sects) a Bodhisattva who presides over a Pure Land in the west of the universe. Japanese name: Amida
[Sanskrit, literally: immeasurable light, from amita infinite + ābhā light]
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Other success include Alvin Amito 4A*, 7As, 3Bs, Michael Connor 3A*, 11As, 1Bs, Fraser Deakin 2A*, 8As, 3Bs and a C, Hannah Downing 6A*, 8As, 2Bs and Chloe Wilson 4A*, 9As and 4Bs.
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Other success include Alvin Amito 4A*, 7As, 3Bs, Michael Connor 3A*, 11As, 1Bs, Fraser Deakin 2A*, 8As, 3Bs and 1C, Hannah Downing 6A*, 8As, 2Bs and Chloe Wilson 4A*, 9As and 4Bs.
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