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luz

(lʌz)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) theol a bone of the human body, thought to be the coccyx, and believed in certain religions to be indestructible and therefore the bone that will be used by God to rebuild individuals at the time of the Resurrection
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The Stairs were such as whereon JACOB saw Angels ascending and descending, bands Of Guardians bright, when he from ESAU fled To PADAN-ARAM in the field of LUZ, Dreaming by night under the open Skie, And waking cri'd, This is the Gate of Heav'n.
Once the technical, entrepreneurial and managerial training finished, and the entrepreneurs have been signed the micro-franchise contracts with ACCIONA Microenergia Peru, the Centros Luz en Casa were installed in their houses.
Marco Marino, business development director for LUZ, will participate in the conference and exhibition.
Madeleine's parents need to know what happened but surely some sort of closure is also needed for Praia da Luz.
The application from Luz Para Venezuela was very moving, and made it clear that their cause was urgent, their plans were specific, and their passion ran deep.
Luz is a highly charged saga of change and spirituality.
Praia da Luz is a popular holiday destination for many nationalities so our requests for help need to be repeated in many different countries.
A friend said: "She will spend a few days in Praia da Luz.
At the supermarket, the manager had planned to groom Luz for work at the deli counter: slicing salami, weighing cheese, scooping drowned olives into plastic containers.
Newspaper Chicago Sun-Times alleges, "It not only was totally amicable, but it was Luz who initiated the split.
An update on the website read: "We travelled to Praia da Luz.
She and husband Gerry, both 41, were back in Praia da Luz, Portugal, for the first time since they were wrongly named as suspects.