A Drop of Rain
is an acrostic for ador.
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On the Basis of Dr. Gregory's Comprehending the Latest Improvements in Every Branch of Useful Knowledge by James Mitchell
9, represent the horizon, BW a drop of rain at any altitude, S B a line drawn from the sun to the drop, which will be parallel to a line S M drawn from the eye .."the spectator to the sun. The course of part of the decompounded ray S B may be first ...
commonly termed the Gentoo, peculiar to the Hindoos of the north eastern provinces of the Indian Peninsula by Alexander Duncan Campbell
A drop of rain. v. n. To rain. T. £&cK3 v. m. To be torm, or rent.
compiled from the best authorities, and arranged according to the order of the English language by Joseph T. Thompson
A spring, a leap, a bound, a drop of rain or other liquid ; a sound . Tup-a, Uj' rTTn s. m. A worshipper, an ascetic, a devotee. Tup-ak, s. m. Affection, esteem, regard, love, zeal, ardour; consternation, affliction, uneasiness.
Encyclopedia of Heaven (1999)
by Miriam Van Scott
Instead of reincarnating, the spirit dissolves as an individual entity and joins the collective cosmic essence, as "a drop of rain joins the ocean.” Liberated souls thus spend eternity "as one with the universe," considered the perfect state of ...
liquid, usu falling: a drop of rain. 2 a small quantity (of liquid): If you want more wine, there's a drop left. 3 an act of falling: a drop in temperature. 4 a vertical descent: From the top of the mountain there was a sheer drop of a thousand feet.
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