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  • 1 vain-glory — n. 1. Vanity, empty pride, pride without merit. 2. Rodomontade, empty boasting …

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  • 2 Vain Glory Opera — Студийный альбом Edguy Дата выпуска 15 января 1998 года Жанр Пауэр метал …

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  • 3 Vain Glory Opera — Album de Edguy Publicación 1998 Género(s) Power metal Duración 51:31 Discográfica AFM Records …

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  • 4 Vain Glory Opera — est le troisième album du groupe de power metal allemand Edguy et fut publié le 15 janvier 1998. Les chansons Vain glory opera et Out of control sont les plus connus de cet album et sont encopre très régulièrement jouées durant les… …

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  • 5 Vain Glory Opera — Infobox Album | Name = Vain Glory Opera Type = studio Artist = Edguy Released = 1998 Recorded = Genre = Power metal Length = 51:31 Label = AFM Records Producer = Timo Tolkki Reviews = *Allmusic Rating|4|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg …

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  • 6 No, or the Vain Glory of Command — Directed by Manoel de Oliveira Produced by Paulo Branco Written by Manoel de Oliveira P. João Marques Starring …

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  • 7 vain|glo|ry — «VAYN GLAWR ee, GLOHR », noun, plural ries. 1. an extreme pride in oneself; boastful vanity. 2. worthless pomp or show: »What needs these Feasts, pomps and vainglories? (Shakespeare). SYNONYM(S): ostentation. ╂[< vain + glory, translation of… …

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  • 8 Glory — • In the English version of the Bible the word Glory, one of the commonest in the Scripture, is used to translate several Hebrew terms in the Old Testament, and the Greek doxa in the New Testament. Sometimes the Catholic versions employ… …

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  • 9 Vain — Vain, a. [Compar. {Vainer}; superl. {Vainest}.] [F. vain, L. vanus empty, void, vain. Cf. {Vanish}, {Vanity}, {Vaunt} to boast.] [1913 Webster] 1. Having no real substance, value, or importance; empty; void; worthless; unsatisfying. Thy vain… …

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  • 10 vain — 1 Vain, nugatory, otiose, idle, empty, hollow are comparable when they mean devoid of worth or significance. Something vain (see also FUTILE) is devoid of all value, either absolutely because worthless, superfluous, or unprofitable or relatively… …

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  • 11 List of Quest for Glory characters — The characters in Quest for Glory are fictional characters who appear in the Quest for Glory series of roleplaying graphical adventure games by Sierra. Contents 1 The Hero 2 Abdulla Doo 3 Ad Avis 3.1 …

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  • 12 Morning glory — This article is about the plant. For other uses of this name see Morning glory (disambiguation). Morning glory flower, Ipomoea nil …

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  • 13 in one's glory — {adj. phr.} Pleased and contented with yourself. * /When John won the race, he was in his glory./ * /Tom is very vain, and praise puts him in his glory./ …

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  • 14 in one's glory — {adj. phr.} Pleased and contented with yourself. * /When John won the race, he was in his glory./ * /Tom is very vain, and praise puts him in his glory./ …

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  • 15 in\ one's\ glory — adj. phr. Pleased and contented with yourself. When John won the race, he was in his glory. Tom is very vain, and praise puts him in his glory …

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  • 16 Edguy — Основная информация …

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  • 17 Edguy — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Edguy Información personal Origen Fulda, Alemania …

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  • 18 Ральф Ждиарштек — (Ralf Zdiarstek) певец, более известный своим появлением в проекте Тоббиаса Саммета Avantasia в альбомах «The Metal Opera» and «The Metal Opera Part II». Также он спел на одном из двух новых альбомов Avantasia «The Wicked Symphony». Кроме… …

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  • 19 Edguy — Background information Origin Fulda, Germany Genres Power metal …

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  • 20 Humility — Humility, or being humble, is the defining characteristic of an unpretentious and modest person, someone who does not think that he or she is better or more important than others.The term humility is derived from the Latin word humilis , which is …

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