druze

A layer of crystals that form within a mineral crust, like the inner cavity of a geode.
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Druze

The Druze (درزي derzī or durzī, plural دروز durūz; דרוזים, druzim) are a monotheistic religious and social community, found primarily in Syria, Lebanon, Israel and Jordan. Rooted in Ismailism, a branch of Shia Islam, the Druze beliefs incorporate elements from Abrahamic religions as well as Gnosticism, Neoplatonism, Pythagoreanism...
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Druze

Druse noun an adherent of an esoteric monotheistic religious sect living in the relative security of the mountains of Syria and Lebanon who believes that Al-hakim was an incarnation of God; `a Druze is permitted to conform outwardly to the faith of the unb...
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Druze

Designation for the lees (Yeast residues) after fermentation. This will become one Hefebrand (Drusenbrand) and earlier also one Hefepresswein (Drusenwein) won.
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Druze

Druze or Druse (drOOz) , religious community of Syria, Lebanon, Israel, and Jordan, with important overseas branches in the Americas and Australia. The religious leadership prefers the name Muwahhidun (Unitarians). While preserving many Islamic symbols, the Druze religion also incorporates Gnostic a...
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Druze

relatively small Middle Eastern religious sect characterized by an eclectic system of doctrines and by a cohesion and loyalty among its members (at ... [21 related articles]
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Druze

Religious sect in the Middle East of some 300,000 people. It began as a branch of Shiite Islam, based on a belief in the divinity of the Fatimid caliph al-Hakim (996-1021) and that he will...
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Druze

Religious sect in the Middle East of some 300,000 people. It began as a branch of Shiite Islam, based on a belief in the divinity of the Fatimid caliph al-Hakim (996–1021) and that he will return at the end of time. Their particular doctrines are kept secret, even from the majority of members. They refer to themselves as the Mowahhidoon, m...
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