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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for sagradas

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Bible translations into Spanish Las Sagradas Escrituras, Versión Israelita Nazarena
Gabriel Bocángel His poems can be divided into two main groups: "Liras Humanas" and "Liras Sagradas".
Vicente Alberti y Vidal Vicente Alberti y Vidal (1786 in Mahón – 1859) was a Spanish writer. He wrote "Diccionario de voces sagradas, técnicas, históricas y mitológicas" in 10 volumes.
Jesús Arango Cano In the 1970s, Arango Cano followed his father and became an archaeologist. In 1974 his work "Las esmeraldas sagradas: el tesoro de Furatena" about Furatena, mythological figure for the Muzo people was published.
Bible translations into Spanish The Old and New Testaments have been translated into Spanish by Messianic translators, edited by Editorial Hebraica and published by El Candelero de Luz, Inc. with an introduction by J.A. Alvarez under the title Las Sagradas Escrituras, Versión Israelita Nazarena (The Sacred Scriptures, Israelite Nazarene Version) in Puerto Rico in 2012.
Isabel Rosado Isabel Rosado Morales, died on January 13, 2015, of natural causes at the Sagradas Misiones de la Misericordia (Sacred Missions of Mercy) hospice in Fajardo, Puerto Rico where she resided. She was 107 years old at the time of her death. Nationalist leader Rafael Cancel Miranda made the following statement:
Bible translations into Portuguese The Jehovah's Witnesses published in 1963 a Portuguese version of the New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures, under the title "Tradução do Novo Mundo das Escrituras Sagradas", of which they published a revised edition in 1986. The newly revised edition was published in 2015.
Rodolfo Acevedo Rodolfo Acevedo (13 June 1951 – 17 February 2012) was a Chilean Latter-day Saint author. He wrote the book "Los Mormones en Chile" ("The Mormons in Chile"). He also wrote "Alturas Sagradas", a history of the Santiago Chile Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). He originally wrote this work as his thesis at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile.
Isaac Uziel Uziel was the author of a Hebrew grammar, "Ma'aneh Lashon," edited by his pupil Isaac Nehemiah at Amsterdam in 1627 (2d ed. 1710). He left also in manuscript many Hebrew and Spanish poems ("Libros Poeticos en Declaracion de Todos los Equivocos de las Sagradas Letras"); these are highly praised by De Barrios, who represents the author as a great poet, an able musician, and a distinguished mathematician. Joseph Serrano dedicated a poem to Uziel; it is inserted in the "Temime Derek."
Jorge Giannoni One of the milestones of his career on film was his collaboration in Raymundo Gleyzer’s "La tierra quema", shot in Northeastern Brazil; also in Brazil, he collaborated with Glauber Rocha in his "Terra em transe" (Land in Anguish). Gianonni studied at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome, and worked next to Federico Fellini in his film "Roma". As a RAI correspondent in Paris, Gianonni witnessed the events of May 1968. Within that context he concluded his avant-garde underground film "Molotov Party", of which no copies survived. He also produced and directed "Palestina, otro Vietnam" (Palestine, another Vietnam) and "Las vacas sagradas" (The Sacred Cows), an anti-government film denouncing the economic policies of the Argentine dictatorship of General Juan Carlos Onganía.