Multitude

  • 61(a) multitude of — a multitude of formal phrase a very large number of people or things The city’s museums offer a multitude of cultural possibilities. Thesaurus: large quantities or amountssynonym large amounts or quantities of a specific kindhyponym Main entry …

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  • 62The Assembled Multitude — was an instrumental ensemble, consisting entirely of studio musicians, which music producer Tom Sellers organized in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1970. The Multitude released a self titled album on the Atlantic Records label in 1970, which… …

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  • 63a multitude of sins — Meaning Origin From the Bible. James 5:20.Let him know, that he which converteth the sinner from the error of his way shall save a soul from death, and shall hide a multitude of sins. 1 Peter 4:8. And above all things have fervent charity among… …

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  • 64cover a multitude of sins —    If something covers or hides a multitude of sins, it prevents others from seeing the less pleasant reality.     Loose fitting clothes can cover a multitude of sins! …

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  • 65hide a multitude of sins — to prevent people from noticing something bad. I m a messy eater, so I always wear black – it hides a multitude of sins. Etymology: based on the saying love covers a multitude of sins from the Bible …

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  • 66Mixed multitude —    (Ex. 12:38), a class who accompanied the Israelites as they journeyed from Rameses to Succoth, the first stage of the Exodus. These were probably miscellaneous hangers on to the Hebrews, whether Egyptians of the lower orders, or the remains of …

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  • 67the multitude — the mass of ordinary people. → multitude …

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  • 68cover a multitude of sins — See at: hide a multitude of sins …

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  • 69a multitude of — formal a very large number of people or things The city s museums offer a multitude of cultural possibilities …

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  • 70noun of multitude — noun The name of something that contains many individual things or people. Examples: army, fleet, hundred. Syn: collective noun, noun of assemblage …

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  • 71swinish multitude — Rabble, great unwashed, mob, rabble rout, horde, scum of the people, dregs of society, canaille …

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  • 72noun of multitude — a noun that is collective …

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  • 73Hamonah —    Multitude, a name figuratively assigned to the place in which the slaughter and burial of the forces of Gog were to take place (Ezek. 39:16) …

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  • 74Hamon-gog —    Multitude of Gog, the name of the valley in which the slaughtered forces of Gog are to be buried (Ezek. 39:11, 15), the valley of the passengers on the east of the sea …

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  • 75political pluralism — multitude of political parties, wide range of political and ideological groups …

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  • 76Péchés innombrables — (A Multitude of Sins) est un recueil de neuf nouvelles et un bref roman écrits par Richard Ford, auteur d’Independance Day et lauréat du prix Pulitzer en 1996; il est paru en 2002. Sommaire 1 Présentation 1.1 Le titre 1.2 Les récits …

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  • 77FOULE — Que la question de la psychologie des foules ne soit apparue qu’au XIXe siècle s’explique peut être par le fait qu’avec les sociétés industrielles nous voyons se développer le phénomène de l’entrée des masses dans la vie publique, l’intervention… …

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  • 78Empire (Buch) — Empire – die neue Weltordnung ist ein Buch des US amerikanischen Literaturwissenschaftlers Michael Hardt und des italienischen Philosophen Antonio Negri. Es wurde von Slavoj Žižek als „kommunistisches Manifest des 21. Jahrhunderts“ bezeichnet und …

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  • 79Empire - die neue Weltordnung — Empire – die neue Weltordnung ist ein Buch des US amerikanischen Literaturwissenschaftlers Michael Hardt und des italienischen Philosophen Antonio Negri. Es wurde von Slavoj Žižek als „kommunistisches Manifest des 21. Jahrhunderts“ bezeichnet und …

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  • 80Empire – die neue Weltordnung — ist ein Buch des US amerikanischen Literaturwissenschaftlers Michael Hardt und des italienischen Philosophen Antonio Negri. Es wurde von Slavoj Žižek als „kommunistisches Manifest des 21. Jahrhunderts“ bezeichnet und gilt als zentrales Werk des… …

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