eternity

  1. time without end
  2. a state of eternal existence believed in some religions to characterize the afterlife
  3. a seemingly endless time interval (waiting)

eternity

[n] - a seemingly endless time interval (waiting) 2. [n] - time without end 3. [n] - a state of eternal existence believed in some religions to characterize the afterlife
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Eternity

E·ter'ni·ty noun ; plural Eternities . [ French éternité , Latin aeternitas , from aeternus . See Etern .] 1. Infinite duration, without beginning in the past or end in the future; also, duration without end in the future; endless time. « T...
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eternity

timelessness noun a state of eternal existence believed in some religions to characterize the afterlife
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Eternity

• (n.) Condition which begins at death; immortality. • (n.) Infinite duration, without beginning in the past or end in the future; also, duration without end in the future; endless time.
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eternity

(from the article `Islm`) ...beings in different ways. It is called `everlastingness` (sarmad) when related to God and the Intelligences (angels) that are permanent and do not ... ...nothing that did so could fail to be taken up in the higher experience that was experience of reality. But how is this supposed to be done? Time ...
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Eternity

[newspaper] Eternity is a newspaper published in Australia from a Christian perspective. It claims the Nicene creed as its statement of faith, and is not affiliated with any church. It plans for five main content focuses: personal testimonies, missionary news, book excerpts, social justice, and perspectives on popular culture. It is availab...
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Eternity

[DJ Heavygrinder] James Gillray`s 1807 caricature of the breakup of the Ministry of All the Talents, a national government formed by Lord Grenville upon his appointment as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. With the country at war with France, Grenville aimed to form the strongest possible government and so included most leading politici...
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Eternity

[magazine] Eternity was a monthly conservative Christian magazine published from 1950 to 1988. It included major contributions from such well known individuals as F. F. Bruce and others. == History == In 1931, Donald Barnhouse, the minister of Tenth Street Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, founded Revelation magazine. He se...
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Eternity

Eternity is an English name for girls. The meaning is `everlasting` The name Eternity is most commonly given to American girls.
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Eternity

An infinite extent of time, in which every event is future at one time, present at another, past at another. As everlastingness, it was formerly divided into two eternities, eternitv a parte ante, an infinite extent of time before the present, and eternity a parte post, an infinite extent of time after the present. Anything can be called 'eternal'....
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Eternity

[fragrance] Eternity is a fragrance introduced in 1988 by Calvin Klein. Created by perfumer Sophia Grojsman, Eternity won an award for the Most Successful Women’s Fragrance at the 1989 FiFi Awards, and in 2003 it was inducted in the Fragrance Hall of Fame. The masculine version of this fragrance was created by Carlos Benaim and was launch...
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Eternity

[Angel] `Eternity` is episode 17 of season 1 in the television show Angel, originally broadcast on the WB television network. In this episode, Angel acts as a bodyguard to a fading actress named Rebecca. When she discovers Angel is a vampire, she begs him to make her eternally young as well - after first slipping him a drug to make him more...
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Eternity

[graffito] The word Eternity was a graffito tag which had its origins in Melbourne, Australia. The Melbourne Herald newspaper recalled on 20 June 1930 a local eccentric who travelled the suburbs `adorning all the walls he could find with the one word, `Eternity``. The word was later written numerous times in chalk on the streets of Sydney, ...
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Eternity

Eternity is endless time. In philosophy and mathematics, an infinite duration is also called sempiternity, or everlasting. Eternity is an important concept in many religions, where the immortality of God or the gods is said to endure eternally. Some, such as Aristotle, would say the same about the natural cosmos in regard to both past and future e...
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Eternity

While in the popular mind, eternity often simply means existing for an infinite, i.e., limitless, amount of time, many have used it to refer to a timeless existence altogether outside of time. There are a number of arguments for eternity, by which proponents of the concept, principally, Aristotle, purported to prove that matter, motion, and time mu...
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Eternity

[VIXX EP] ==Background and release== On May 18, VIXX announced that they would be coming back with their fourth single album Eternity through a post on their official fancafe. They also revealed their teaser for the single in the way of a real-time countdown timer on their official website. The timer is fashioned after an old-time pocket wa...
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Eternity

an infinite or an indeterminately long period of time.It is often referred to as the afterlife, everlasting life, life after death, the life to come, the life hereafter, the hereafter, the world hereafter, the afterworld, the next world, the beyond In classical philosophy, however, eternity is defined as what exists outside time. A circle is common...
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