ANGELS


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Related to ANGELS: Guardian Angels, archangels
Activators of Non-Genomic Estrogen-Like Signaling. A family of compounds—e.g., estren, which follows a non-genomic pathway to selectively activate the antiapoptosis pathway of estrogen receptors in mice
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His father grieved so deeply that it made Angel quite ill to see him.
Perhaps if Angel had persevered he might have gone to Cambridge like his brothers.
But something had to be done; he had wasted many valuable years; and having an acquaintance who was starting on a thriving life as a Colonial farmer, it occurred to Angel that this might be a lead in the right direction.
My dreams were terrifically disturbed by visions of the Angel of the Odd.
While I stood bewildered at the suddenness of this accident, (which might have happened, nevertheless, to any one under the sun), and while I still continued incapable of sight, I was accosted by the Angel of the Odd, who proffered me his aid with a civility which I had no reason to expect.
Impressed with this idea, I was about to relinquish my hold and give up the ghost with a good grace, when I was arrested by the cry of the Angel, who bade me hold on.
GOOD ANGEL. Faustus, repent; yet God will pity thee.
EVIL ANGEL. Thou art a spirit; God cannot pity thee.
Angel began to call, for it was obvious that the matter should be pushed as far as it would go if a real effect were to be produced.
Hosmer Angel must have some strong object for his curious conduct, and it was equally clear that the only man who really profited by the incident, as far as we could see, was the stepfather.
"And it was here that he said, `When I am in Heaven, my child, I will send him to you.' Well, Raoul, my father is in Heaven, and I have been visited by the Angel of Music."
I remembered all that Christine had told me of the Angel of Music.