Magog


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Magog

(ˈmeɪɡɒɡ)
n
(Bible) See Gog and Magog

Gog and Ma•gog

(ˈgɒg ən ˈmeɪ gɒg)
n.pl.
nations led by Satan at Armageddon against the kingdom of God. Rev. 20:8.
References in classic literature ?
"Their names are Gog and Magog. Gog looks to the right and Magog to the left.
Here they may resemble those great hordes of the North, "Gog and Magog with their bands," that haunted the gloomy imaginations of the prophets.
With this, the poor soul, who had a heart big enough for Gog, the guardian genius of London, and enough to spare for Magog to boot, after making a great many extraordinary faces which would have secured her an ample fortune, could she have transferred them to ivory or canvas, sat down in a corner, and had what she termed 'a real good cry.'
Casaubon's theory of the elements which made the seed of all tradition was not likely to bruise itself unawares against discoveries: it floated among flexible conjectures no more solid than those etymologies which seemed strong because of likeness in sound until it was shown that likeness in sound made them impossible: it was a method of interpretation which was not tested by the necessity of forming anything which had sharper collisions than an elaborate notion of Gog and Magog: it was as free from interruption as a plan for threading the stars together.
You will not have forgotten that Gog looks to the right and Magog to the left."
And for this purpose, he is taking all corrupts of the country into account without any sort of compromise owing to which incumbent government has come under immense criticism over each policy and step adopted and taken by it so far, which is definitely itself a change as previous gog and magog governments had never faced such criticism in the past.
Mention of 'nau-gaza peers' as they are known in the East, or Gog and Magog as they are known in the west, are somehow, rather loosely, tied up with religious entities.
Savaria employs approximately 1,400 people globally and its plants are located in Canada: Laval and Magog (Quebec), Brampton, Beamsville and Toronto (Ontario) and Surrey (British Columbia), in the United States at Greenville (South Carolina), in Huizhou (China) and in Milan (Italy).
Savaria employs approximately 1,400 people globally and its plants are located in Canada: Laval and Magog (QuA(c)bec), Brampton, Beamsville and Toronto (Ontario) and Surrey (British Columbia), in the United States at Greenville (South Carolina), in Huizhou (China) and in Milan (Italy).
Among the topics are defining Christianity and Judaism from the perspective of religious anarchy: Buber on Jesus and the Ba'al Shem Tov, the hard and the soft: moments in the reception of Martin Buber as a political thinker, from genius to taste, his aestheticism, Martin Buber and Leo Strauss: notes on a strained relationship, and the tragedy of the messianic dialectic: his novel Gog and Magog. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
Kaji Tetsuki-a silver medalist in the World Cup in Magog, Canada-led the Japanese charge by ruling the 750-meter swim/20-km bike/5-km run race of the Men-PT55 category in one hour, four minutes and four seconds.
In Magog, GTF funds were used to restore Maison Merry, a cultural space dedicated to preserving and celebrating Quebec heritage through a variety of exhibitions and activities that tell the history of Magog, the Eastern Townships, and local Indigenous people.