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  • See also: tribulation Wikipedia has an article on: Great Tribulation Wikipedia Tribulation (Christianity) A relatively short period of time before
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  • Dialogue of Comfort Against Tribulation, ch. 18: God pricketh them of his great goodness still. And the grief of this great pang pincheth them at the heart
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  • Proto-Slavic *běda ‎(“adversity, misery”) (Russian беда́ ‎(bedá, “adversity, tribulation, disaster”), Belarusian бе́дны ‎(bjédny), бяда́ ‎(bjadá), Ukrainian біда́
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  • haruacs mecamecs ― to make great slaughter, havoc, carnage, butchery (figuratively) scourge, blow, chastening, tribulation, misfortune հարուածք Եգիպտոսի‎
    1,009 bytes (130 words) - 16:02, 17 January 2016
  • with defending Israel in the tribulation. 1611, Bible (KJV), Daniel 12:1: And at that time shall Michael stand up, the great prince that standeth for the
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  • of Middle Irish imṡním ‎(“(great) anxiety, grief”), from im- + sním ‎(“twisting”), and Old Irish imned ‎(“sorrow, tribulation”) (Munster) IPA(key): /ɪmʲəˈnʲiː/
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  • vištkʿ ― great hardships, misfortunes ի վշտէն, առ վշտի, առ վշտի վտանգին‎ ― i vštēn, aṙ všti, aṙ všti vtangin ― through affliction, tribulation or grief
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  • kʿand anel ― to destroy, to ruin քար ու քաշանք‎ ― kʿar u kʿašankʿ ― tribulations, ordeals քար ու քարափ‎ ― kʿar u kʿarapʿ ― areas difficult to access;
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  • page 340: Just as agnosy is the great evil to the Hermetist, so is Parzival's zwivel at the root of all his tribulations. 1984, Henry Kahane & ‎Renée
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