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Our and wine
As Alcott had published earlier, " Our wine is water, — flesh, bread ; — drugs, fruits.
The original German spelling of the word is Liebfrauenmilch, given to the wine produced from the vineyards of the Liebfrauenkirche or Church of Our Lady in the Rhineland-Palatinate city of Worms since the 18th century.
The sacrament of the most Holy Eucharist shall be freely administered in the two kinds, that is bread and wine, to all the faithful in Christ who are not precluded by mortal sin-according to the word and disposition of Our Saviour.
A 2011 study concludes,Our data demonstrate that both melatonin and resveratrol, as found in red wine, protect the heart in an experimental model of myocardial infarction via the SAFE pathway .”
It was also customary for some of the bread and wine used at the Mass to be consumed by the sacristan and the cup-bearer in the presence of the Pope at the offertory and again before the Our Father ( Pater noster ) in a short ceremony called the praegustatio as a precaution against poison or invalid matter.
In 1274 " came King Edward and his wife from the Holy Land and were crowned at Westminster on the Sunday next after the Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady August, being the Feast of Saint Magnus August ; and the Conduit in Chepe ran all the day with red wine and white wine to drink, for all such as wished.

Our and inspiration
Soldiers returning from the war would provide the inspiration for films like The Best Years of Our Lives, and many of those in the film industry had served in some capacity during the war.
Emerson, who greatly admired Bacon, and who was sceptical of her claim originally, wrote that she would need ' enchanted instruments, nay alchemy itself, to melt into one identity these two reputations ', and retrospectively remarked that America had only two " producers " during the 1850s, " Our wild Whitman, with real inspiration but checked by titanic abdomen ; and Delia Bacon, with genius, but mad and clinging like a tortoise to English soil.
In interviews on the Galaxie 500 DVD Don't Let Our Youth Go to Waste, Wareham cites Spacemen 3 as another key inspiration.
Beliefs of the Bible Way Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ and its successors include the inspiration of the Bible as the word of God ; salvation made possible only through Jesus Christ ; the baptism of the Holy Spirit with the initial evidence of speaking in tongues ; water baptism by immersion in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins ; the premillennial second coming of Jesus Christ ; the final judgment of the dead ; and the establishment of new heavens and a new earth.
Wales ' remarkable campaign in Sweden was the subject of the best-selling book When Pele Broke Our Hearts: Wales and the 1958 World Cup ( by Mario Risoli, St David's Press ) which was published on the 40th anniversary of the World Cup and was also the inspiration for a Bafta Cymru-nominated documentary.
Peter Trueman has noted in his memoir that the program was groundbreaking: " Our newsroom-studio combination ... served as a model for the new CHAN-TV facilities in Vancouver, and it is currently the inspiration for Ted Turner's new Cablenews operation in Atlanta ".
The chief inspiration for the character of the Lady of Pain is the 19th century poem Dolores ( Notre-Dame des Sept Douleurs ) ( literally, Our Lady of Seven Pains ), by English Decadent poet Algernon Charles Swinburne.
Smith's story was also the inspiration for Austin Donohue, a character in Peter Flannery's play, Our Friends in the North.
A poet said " Our sweetest songs tell of our saddest thoughts ", and on his return, Zaki found enough inspiration to start composing his first, ( and to date, only ), solo album-" Signature ".
Heavily influenced by the Delmore Brothers, the Yorks were an inspiration to the Everly Brothers, who recorded the Yorks ' " Long Time Gone " on their Songs Our Daddy Taught Us album.
The Sports Arena was the inspiration for the Yes song, " Our Song ," which was written after their July 30, 1977 performance in which the arena's interior temperature reached.
It is the home of Our Lady of Piat which continues to be the source of inspiration and object of devotion of many Catholics in the region.

Our and Love
Desilu Productions, jointly owned by Desi Arnaz and Ball during their marriage, was the production company for the Our Miss Brooks television show, which filmed during the same years as I Love Lucy.
Generally speaking, he tended to use tap and other popular dance idioms to express joy and exuberance – as in the title song from Singin ' in the Rain or " I Got Rhythm " from An American in Paris, whereas pensive or romantic feelings were more often expressed via ballet or modern dance, as in " Heather on the Hill " from Brigadoon or " Our Love Is Here to Stay " from An American in Paris.
The first ' official ' single to be released from the album was " Love Is Free ," followed by " Out of Our Heads.
When they rewrote The Seahorses ' " Love Is the Law " as "( Now ) I Know ( Where I'm Going ) Our Kid ", they chose the stage-name Shirehorses, which they then retained for future recordings and performances.
* " The Scale ", a song by Interpol from Our Love to Admire
* British — Burnaby, Davy: The Co-Optimists ( revue of 1921 — and revised continually up to 1926 — played in Pierrot costumes, with music and lyrics by various entertainers ; filmed in 1929 ); Cannan, Gilbert: Pierrot in Hospital ( 1923 ); " Cryptos " and James T. Tanner: Our Miss Gibbs ( 1909 ; musical comedy played in Pierrot costumes ); Down, Oliphant: The Maker of Dreams ( 1912 ); Drinkwater, John: The Only Legend: A Masque of the Scarlet Pierrot ( 1913 ; music by James Brier ); Housman, Laurence, and Harley Granville-Barker: Prunella: or, Love in a Dutch Garden ( 1906, rev.
A tribute album We're All Normal And We Want Our Freedom: Tribute To Arthur Lee & Love was released in 1994.
Her first album, entitled Al Ahavot Shelanu ( Our Love ), was released in 1980 and yielded a string of popular radio hits, including Hageshem ( The Rain ), Shir Ahava La ' chayal ( Love Song For The Soldier ), Kmo Tzipor ( Like A Bird ) and what ultimately became her signature song in Israel, Shir Ha ' frecha ( The Bimbo Song ).
( An Untested Hypothesis Suggesting That the Chemical Our Brains by Which We Are Able to Experience the Sensation of Being in Love Is the Same Chemical That Caused the " Big Bang " That Was the Birth of the Accelerating Universe )".
* 2002 – contributed to the compilation album, When Love Speaks, which consists of Shakespearean sonnets and play excerpts – " Be not afeard, the isle is full of noises " and " Our revels are now ended " ( both from The Tempest )
De Havilland was good friends with Bette Davis with whom she starred in Hush … Hush, Sweet Charlotte ( 1964 ), The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex ( 1939 ), It's Love I'm After ( 1937 ), and In This Our Life ( 1942 ).
The most significant differences are the inclusion of three different songs ( a cover of Badfinger's " Baby Blue "; " All Our Wishes "; and " The Further Adventures of ...") and the exclusion of five songs from Crimson and Blue (" Love Divine ," " Reunion Of Friends ," " Stone Eyes ," " I Will Be There ," " Nothing But The Blood.
The two would record two more duets that made it into the Top 10, " One Man Woman / One Woman Man " (# 7 ) and " I Don't Like to Sleep Alone " (# 8 ), and the # 15 duet "( I Believe ) There's Nothing Stronger Than Our Love ".
# " Twilight Love " ( previously unreleased, except as a live version on the album Our Personal Favorites )
Norwood ended her contract with his Los Angeles-based Handprint Entertainment after less than a year of representation following controversies surrounding Medina's handling of the lead single " Talk About Our Love ", and failed negotiations of a purported co-headlining tour with R & B singer Usher.
" Talk About Our Love " reached number six in the United Kingdom but later singles failed to score successfully on the popular music charts.
There was some thought about creating an I Love Lucy radio show to run in conjuncture with the television series as was being done at the time with the CBS hit show Our Miss Brooks.
In 1991, Marley and the Melody Makers contributed the song " Give A Little Love " to the Disney album, For Our Children.
Heavenly debuted with the 7 " single " I Fell in Love Last Night ", followed by another 7 ", " Our Love Is Heavenly ", both released in 1990 on Sarah Records.
* August 22 – The Supremes reach # 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with the first of five successive number one hits, " Where Did Our Love Go ".
In 1987, Knight and the Pips released their final album, All Our Love, on MCA Records which was also certified gold.
* 1987: All Our Love ( US # 39 )

Our and Master
" Our Generation " and " Dog And His Master ," two songs found on Wozniak's Zog BogBean project, would appear on later Marcy Playground albums.
An Account of Our Master Basho's Last Days, translated by Nobuyuki Yuasa in Springtime in Edo.
To this end he is often referred to as HaMechaber ( Hebrew: " The Author ") and as Maran ( Aramaic: " Our Master ").
Originally from the late Roman-Italic name " Dominicus " its translation means " Of Our Lord ", " Lordly ", " Belonging to God " or " of the Master ".
In Hebrew, a Chasidic Rebbe is often referred to as an admor, which is an abbreviation for Adoneinu, Moreinu, veRabbenu (" Our Master, our Teacher, and our Rebbe ").
As a rule, among all Chasidim, Rebbe is referred to in Hebrew as " Admor ", an abbreviation for Adoneinu Moreinu V ' Rabeinu, Our Master Our Teacher Our Rebbe, which is now the modern Hebrew word in Israel for " rebbe " ( pl.
Our Master was an exceptional person, and he adopted Jackie Chan as his son, and doted on him the most.
Our Master took in many disciples, but he didn't take a single cent from us, and even slept on the floor together with us.
* The poet Fernando Pessoa-known defender of Masonic and Rosicrucian ideals and possible Rosicrucian Initiate, as he states " Initiated from Master to Disciple in the three minor degrees of the ( apparently extinct ) Portuguese Templar Order " ( Rosicrucians seem to have had a deep presence in Portugal, intermixed with Templar tradition, and with evidence in monuments and literature, from medieavel times into the 20th century )-wrote an hermetic poem titled " No Túmulo de Christian Rosenkreutz " the Tomb of C. R. C, which states in the final line / verse: " Our Father Rose-n-creuz knows and keeps silent.
The Moorish sultan was received with much love and courtesy and there they handed over to him his son, who had been a hostage from the time of his capture, and as they stood there, there came about four hundred captives, of this who were in the enclosure, with the cross and a solemn procession singing the Te Deum Laudamus, and their highnesses dismounted to adore the Cross to the accompaniment of the tears and reverential devotion of the crowd, not least of the Cardinal and Master of Santiago and the Duke of Cadiz and all the other grandees and gentlemen and people who stood there, and there was no one who did not weep abundantly with pleasure giving thanks to Our Lord for what they saw, for they could not keep back the tears ; and the Moorish sultan and the Moors who were with him for their part could not disguise the sadness and pain they felt for the joy of the Christians, and certainly with much reason on account of their loss, for Granada is the most distinguished and chief thing in the world …
He received his Master of Social Work from Our Lady of the Lake University.
Several paintings from Europe portray the Virgin Mary knitting and date from the 14th century, including Our Lady Knitting by Tommaso da Modena ( circa 1325-1375 ) and Visit of the Angel, from the right wing of the Buxtehude Altar, 1400 – 10, by Master Bertram of Minden.
* A Master of Our Time: a Study of Wyndham Lewis ( Methuen, 1951 ).
After a few decades Hallmark Hall of Fame began to offer original material, such as Aunt Mary ( 1979 ) and Thursday's Child ( 1983 ), although its lineup still primarily consisted of expensive-looking Masterpiece Theatre-style adaptations of American and European literary classics, such as John Steinbeck's The Winter of Our Discontent ( 1983 ), Robert Louis Stevenson's The Master of Ballantrae ( 1984 ), and Charles Dickens's A Tale of Two Cities ( 1980 ), Oliver Twist ( 1982 ), and A Christmas Carol ( 1984 ).
Later, Santha Swamy translated the Tamil sayings to English and compiled them as book with the caption of " Words of Our Master ".
* Words of Our Master, a collection of his sayings and teachings
Back at Cellini's workshop, his apprentice Ascanio and servant Emilia rejoice in the reprieve (" Our Master Is Free Again "), as Cellini presents an embellished version of his latest duel with Maffio (" I Had Just Been Pardoned ").
* Our Master is Free Again
He was also Sovereign Head and Grand Master of the Order of the Eagle of Georgia and the Tunic of Our Lord Jesus Christ, and the Protector Egregio of Divisa of the Old Cavalry and Devotion of San Miguel the Milagroso.
The Bata Shoe Organization under the dynamic leadership of Thomas J. Bata, whose guiding principle was " Our customer-Our Master " was the largest of its kind in the world.
He did pastoral work in Glenview at Our Lady of Perpetual Help, taught at Saint Mary of the Lake Seminary, and served as a Master of Ceremonies under Cardinals Cody and Bernardin.
Master Yin Shun then said to her, " Our karmic relationship is very special.

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