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heavy Asiatic breed of poultry with black or white body plumage, silver-gray head and neck, beak and legs yellow, heavy leg feather.
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Almost one in four Australians (24 per cent) do not believe in either God or a universal spirit, and 7 per cent are not sure or say they "don't know'".
At the Universal Spirit Association national competition, which took place Feb.
Nevertheless, as the mature Emerson despaired of a life of ongoing, ecstatic creativity for most people, including himself, he came to believe that Nature, universal Spirit, uses persons for its own ultimately impersonal ends.
Our alliance with The New York Times is a wonderful opportunity to showcase Nielsen as a global consumer insights company and commemorate the uniquely universal spirit of the Olympics.
The United States, we are constantly told, has a level of religious belief almost as high as Iran's, and every Gallup poll since 1944 has reported that at least 94 per cent of Americans "believe in God or a universal spirit.
To honor the universal spirit of gratitude, the Wachovia contest is open to customers and non-customers.
Gallup's annual Values and Beliefs poll, conducted May 8-11, used a question structure that gave Americans three choices concerning their belief: a) You believe in God, b) You don't believe in God, but you do believe in a universal spirit or higher power, or c) You don't believe in either.
The Lord is therefore described as the super universal spirit, the eternal person and omnipresent.
The last time I checked the figures, 25 percent of Americans believe in witches, 50 percent in ghosts, 50 percent in the devil, 50 percent believe that the Book of Genesis is literally true, 69 percent believe in angels, 87 percent believe Jesus was raised from the dead, and 96 percent believe in a god or a universal spirit.
First, Wilhelm related the Holy Spirit to the ancient belief of animism, which holds that all creatures are part of the universal Spirit.
Except one, the Universal Spirit religion of some North American tribes.
52) For divine essence to be truly universal in fact, its unique individual appearance (namely, Jesus) must disappear and be replaced by the universal spirit of the Church.

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