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VOTA a.k.a. Casting Pearls: VOTA is a Christian rock band from Lincoln, Nebraska, featuring Bryan Olesen, a former guitarist with Christian rock band Newsboys. Several of the band's songs have been featured on rotation with national radio networks such as K-Love, and are part of the international 180 Tour. Their song "Hard to Believe" was listed at No. 17 on R&R magazine's May 2, 2009, weekly chart for the United States.
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- "VOTA" is the second self-titled album by the Christian rock band VOTA, formerly known as Casting Pearls. The album was released as a digital download on November 11, 2008, and released as a physical CD on February 10, 2009. The band is able to give $40.00 USD to Food for the Hungry through a matching grant with US AID for every album sold from their online store and merchandise table on tour. Since the digital release of the album in November, the band has helped raise over $200,000 for the Food for the Hungry project in Kenya.
- genre: Christian rock
- released on (7 years ago)
- "Vota" a.k.a. "The Reformed Faction of Soviet France" is a musical album of Reformed Fraction.
- released on (8 years ago)
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Lexicon universae rei numariae veterum et praecipue graecorum ac romanorum cum observationibus antiquariis geographicis ... edidit Io. Christophorus Rasche. Praefatus est Christ. Gottl. Heyne (1805)
Supplementorum tomus tertius. Seu totius operis tomi 7. pars 2. HO-IX by Johann Christoph Rasche
VOTA PVBLICA. n. шпат.
Populi Romani vota decennalia. PS. Passus, plebiscitum. PUD. Pudicus, pudica, pudor. PUR. Purpureus. Q. Quinquennalis, quartus, quintus. quando, quantum, qui, qua, quod, Quintus, Quintius, Quintilianus, quaestor, quadratum, ...
Populi Romani vota decennalia. ' PS. Passus, plebiscitum. PUD. Pudicus, pudica, pudor. ΈUR. Purpureus. Q * Q. Quinquennalis, quartus, quintus, quando, quantum, qui, quæ, quod, Quintus, Quintius, Quintilianus, quæstor, quadratum, ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1860)
Or, Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature by Thomas Stewart Traill
says Sorbière, “anachoretam aliquem cernere mihi videor, qui media in urbe vitam instituit plane ad monachi severioris normam; adeo paupertatem, castitatem et obedientiam coluit; quanquam sine ullo voto tria ista vota solvisse videatur.
by Oskar Seyffert
Vota. Religious vows were extraordinarily common among the Romans both in public and private life. Public vows (vota publico) were sometimes extraordinary, sometimes ordinary. As regards the former, a religious vow was uttered in times of ...
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