glory

  1. a state of high honor
  2. brilliant radiant beauty
  3. an indication of radiant light drawn around the head of a saint

Glory

[kickboxing] Glory (stylized as GLORY) and formerly Glory World Series is an international kickboxing promotion company founded in 2012 by Glory Sports International Pte Ltd. partners Pierre Andurand, Marcus Luer, Scott Rudmann and Total Sports Asia. The company has its headquarters in Singapore. ==History== When K-1, historically the world...
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Glory

The Glory was a British first-class battleship of 12,950 tons launched in 1899.
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Glory

[sculpture] Glory is a sculpture created by American artist Garry R. Bibbs in 1999. The sculpture resides on the corner of West Michigan Street in Indianapolis, Indiana. Glory is made from fabricated steel and bronze. Angels and trumpets are the two distinct images visible within the sculpture. The sculpture is very large, with dimensions o...
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glory

[n] - a state of high honor 2. [n] - brilliant radiant beauty 3. [v] - rejoice proudly
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Glory

Glo'ry (glō'rȳ; 111) noun [ Middle English glorie , Old French glorie , gloire , French gloire , from Latin gloria ; probably akin to Greek kle`os , Sanskrit çravas glory, praise, çru to hear. See Loud .] 1. ...
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Glory

Glo'ry intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Gloried ; present participle & verbal noun Glorying .] [ Middle English glorien , Old French glorier , from Latin gloriari , from gloria glory. See G...
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glory

1. Praise, honor, admiration, or distinction, accorded by common consent to a person or thing; high reputation; honorable fame; renown. 'Glory to God in the highest.' (Luke II. 14) 'Spread his glory through all countries wide.' (Spenser) ... 2. That quality in a person or thing which secures general praise or honor; that which brings or gives renow...
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glory

resplendence noun brilliant radiant beauty; `the glory of the sunrise`
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Glory

• (n.) An emanation of light supposed to proceed from beings of peculiar sanctity. It is represented in art by rays of gold, or the like, proceeding from the head or body, or by a disk, or a mere line. • (n.) The presence of the Divine Being; the manifestations of the divine nature and favor to the blessed in heaven; celestial honor; heav...
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Glory

(from the article `1989: Other Winners`) Original Screenplay: Tom Schulman for Dead Poets SocietyAdapted Screenplay: Alfred Uhry for Driving Miss DaisyCinematography: Freddie Francis for ... Other Nominees[4 related articles]
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glory

glory 1. Very great praise, honor, or distinction bestowed by common consent; renown: 'She won glory in the field of linguistics. 2. Something that is a source of honor, fame, or admiration; a distinguished ornament or an object of pride. 3. Adoring praise or worshipful thanksgiving: 'They gave glory to God.' 4. Resplendent beauty or magnificence:...
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Glory

[satellite] The Glory satellite was a planned NASA satellite mission that would have collected data on the chemical, micro-physical and optical properties—and the spatial and temporal distributions—of sulfate and other aerosols, and would have collected solar irradiance data for the long-term climate record. The science focus areas serv...
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Glory

Coloured circular bands of light 2 to 10 degrees across appearing on clouds opposite the sun. Produced by diffraction of light by water droplets or ice crystals.
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Glory

[religion] Glory (from the Latin gloria, `fame, renown`) is used to denote the manifestation of God`s presence in the Christian religious tradition. Divine glory is an important motif throughout Christian theology, where God is regarded as the most glorious being, and it is considered that human beings are created in the Image of God and ca...
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Glory

[optical phenomenon] A glory is an optical phenomenon that resembles an iconic saint`s halo about the shadow of the observer`s head. The effect is believed to happen due to classical wave tunneling, when light nearby the droplet tunnels through air inside the droplet and, in the case of glory, is emitted backwards due to resonance effects. ...
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Glory

Glory is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `glory` The name Glory is most commonly given to American girls. Although in most countries Glory is a name given to girls. In the United States, 1 out of 31 Glory`s are boys. The name sounds like: Glorya, Glori, Glorey, Glora Similar names are: Flory, Cloey, Clary, Cory, Elora, Flora, Flo...
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Glory

[honor] Glory is high renown, praise and honor obtained by notable achievements, and based in extensive common consent. ==In Greek culture (Kleos)== Kleos (Greek: κλέος) is the Greek word often translated to `renown`, or `glory`. It is related to the word `to hear` and carries the implied meaning of `what others hear about you`. A Gree...
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