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  • 161hei|nous — «HAY nuhs», adjective. very wicked; extremely offensive; hateful: »The gangster was punished for his heinous crimes by a long prison sentence. SYNONYM(S): odious, infamous, atrocious. ╂[< Old French haïnos (with English ous) < haïne hatred… …

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  • 162ne|far´i|ous|ness — ne|far|i|ous «nih FAIR ee uhs», adjective. very wicked; villainous: »a nefarious scheme. SYNONYM(S): heinous, atrocious, infamous. ╂[< Latin nefārius (with English ous) < nefās < ne not + fās right; (originally) divine decree < fārī… …

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  • 163ne|far´i|ous|ly — ne|far|i|ous «nih FAIR ee uhs», adjective. very wicked; villainous: »a nefarious scheme. SYNONYM(S): heinous, atrocious, infamous. ╂[< Latin nefārius (with English ous) < nefās < ne not + fās right; (originally) divine decree < fārī… …

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  • 164ne|far|i|ous — «nih FAIR ee uhs», adjective. very wicked; villainous: »a nefarious scheme. SYNONYM(S): heinous, atrocious, infamous. ╂[< Latin nefārius (with English ous) < nefās < ne not + fās right; (originally) divine decree < fārī speak] – …

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  • 165Sa|tan|ic — or Sa|tan|ic «say TAN ihk, suh », adjective. 1. of Satan. 2. like that of Satan; very wicked: »Though he is capable of satanic mockery…the mocker cannot jeer at such a doom without breaking…his own neck as well (Edmund Wilson). SYNONYM(S):… …

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  • 166sa|tan|ic — or Sa|tan|ic «say TAN ihk, suh », adjective. 1. of Satan. 2. like that of Satan; very wicked: »Though he is capable of satanic mockery…the mocker cannot jeer at such a doom without breaking…his own neck as well (Edmund Wilson). SYNONYM(S):… …

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  • 167Sa|tan|ist — «SAY tuh nihst», noun. a very wicked person. Sa|tan|ist «SAY tuh nihst», noun. a believer in Satanism …

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  • 168sa|tan|ist — «SAY tuh nihst», noun. a very wicked person. Sa|tan|ist «SAY tuh nihst», noun. a believer in Satanism …

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  • 169vil´lain|ous|ness — vil|lain|ous «VIHL uh nuhs», adjective. 1. very wicked; depraved: »a villainous crew of pirates. 2. deserving condemnation; marked by depravity; immoral: »a villainous act. 3. characteristic of a villain; offensive; profane: » …

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  • 170vil´lain|ous|ly — vil|lain|ous «VIHL uh nuhs», adjective. 1. very wicked; depraved: »a villainous crew of pirates. 2. deserving condemnation; marked by depravity; immoral: »a villainous act. 3. characteristic of a villain; offensive; profane: » …

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  • 171vil|lain|ous — «VIHL uh nuhs», adjective. 1. very wicked; depraved: »a villainous crew of pirates. 2. deserving condemnation; marked by depravity; immoral: »a villainous act. 3. characteristic of a villain; offensive; profane: » …

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  • 172vil|lain|y — «VIHL uh nee», noun, plural lain|ies. 1. great wickedness: »There was no manifest villainy about this woman (New Yorker). SYNONYM(S): baseness, rascality, infam 2. a very wicked act; crime. 3. Obsolete …

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  • 173vil|lain — «VIHL uhn», noun. 1. a very wicked person; scoundrel; knave: »The villain stole the money and cast the blame on his friend. SYNONYM(S): miscreant, reprobate, malefactor. 2. a playful name for a mischievous person. 3. a) a character in a play,… …

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  • 174HOMICIDE — The shedding of blood (shefikhut damim) is the primeval sin (Gen. 4:8) and throughout the centuries ranks in Jewish law as the gravest and most reprehensible of all offenses (cf. Maim. Guide, 3:41, and Yad, Roẓe aḥ 1:4); violence in Genesis 6:13… …

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  • 175KOZIENICE, ISRAEL BEN SHABBETAI HAPSTEIN — (1733–1814), ḥasidic ẓaddik and preacher, born in Apta; one of the first propagators of Ḥasidism in Congress Poland. His teachers were Samuel Shmelke horowitz of Nikolsburg, dov baer the Maggid of Mezhirech, elimelech of Lyzhansk, and levi isaac… …

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  • 176Slaves & Masters — Wicked Ways redirects here. For the song by Patty Loveless, see Wicked Ways (Patty Loveless song). Infobox Album | Name = Slaves And Masters Type = Album Artist = Deep Purple Released = October 1990 Recorded = Genre = Hard rock Length = 46:51… …

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  • 177tit — Very shortened version of a *very* old saying from hundreds of years ago, to describe the easiest thing a person can do right from the moment he is born: It s as easy as suckling on a teat. Hey, how hard is it to change the coolant in my car? Oh …

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  • 178tit — Very shortened version of a *very* old saying from hundreds of years ago, to describe the easiest thing a person can do right from the moment he is born: It s as easy as suckling on a teat. Hey, how hard is it to change the coolant in my car? Oh …

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  • 179biblical literature — Introduction       four bodies of written works: the Old Testament writings according to the Hebrew canon; intertestamental works, including the Old Testament Apocrypha; the New Testament writings; and the New Testament Apocrypha.       The Old… …

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  • 180Conditional preservation of the saints — The Five Articles of Remonstrance Conditional election Unlimited atonement Total depravity …

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