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1. The land of Israel in the Bible.
2. The land of peace described in John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress.


(Bible) Old Testament the land of Israel (Isaiah 62:4)
[Hebrew, literally: married woman]


(ˈbyu lə)

1. the land of Israel. Isa. 62:4.
2. the peaceful land at the end of the pilgrim's journey in John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress (1678).
[< Hebrew bə'ūlāh literally, married woman]
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I awoke, however, as soon as we crossed the borders of the pleasant land of Beulah.
Routes during this time will divert between Heol Uchaf and Pantbach Road via Heol Llanishen Fach, Thornhill Road and Beulah Road in both directions.
Nancy Stewart; BEULAH LAND; Duet Books (Children's: Young Adult Fiction) 15.
Trotting has completed show day at Beulah for many years and the tradition is still as popular as ever.
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Noel Tuite, of Beulah Print, in Drogheda, Co Louth, said a woman had called into the office on Tuesday, adding: "It is true.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked radiant in red as she wore a Au 745 Beulah dress featuring Bhutan's national flower -- the poppy -- in a special tribute to the country.
On that day, the 34-year-old plant near Beulah in Mercer County experienced a mechanical failure in one of its turbine-driven feedpumps.
THE ANNOUNCEMENT of a new Italian restaurant in Sarasota is more routine than extraordinary, but Beulah is an addition worth celebrating.
The Dakota Westmoreland Corporation subsidiary will supply coal from its Beulah Mine to Montana-Dakota Utilities Co's R.
The family runs a Welsh flock, producing White Mules for replacements, and a pedigree Beulah flock for producing Brown Mule Beulah replacements, as well as a few Beulah tups.
Desde esta perspectiva, en las paginas que siguen exploraremos parte de dicho universo visionario y, concretamente, Beulah, el territorio en que Blake situo simbolicamente las facultades del subconsciente y el sueno.