Above the Mountains
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"Above the Mountains" or Boven de Bergen is a 1992 Dutch film directed by Digna Sinke.
- also known as Über den Bergen, Boven de bergen
- country: Netherlands
- language: Dutch Language
- starring: Johan Leysen
- genre: Drama
- released in (23 years ago)
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A Dictionary of Hymnology (1892)
Setting Forth the Origin and History of Christian Hymns of All Ages and Nations by John Julian
the mountain of the Lord In latter days shall rise, Above the mountains and the hills. And draw the wondering eyea. 2. " To this the Joyful ...
Explanatory of the History ... and Customs of the Jews ... With an ... Exposition of the Principal Doctrines of Christianity ... by Richard Watson
of the whole body of the ocean to a degree no greater than marine animals live in, in the shallow seas between the tropics, would so expand it as more than to produce the height above the mountains slated in the Mosaic account." As to the ...
The Bible dictionary (1875)
may be one, " The waters stood above the mountains," but it is not certain ; and Hab. iii. 6 may be another — we have seen that the Jews so regarded it, Isa. liv.
A Santali-English dictionary (1899)
The water welled ap fifteen cubits above the mountains. Se .
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- Above the mountains
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- Paraskier above the Mountains
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- Above the Mountains, Looking Down
Banff National Park, Canada.
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- Supermoon above the mountains
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- Fog Clouds above the mountains
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- Flying above the mountains
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