• a heaven on earth
  • 地上の楽園
  • be in heaven
  • 大変うれしい
  • go to heaven
  • 死ぬ
  • According to legend, Achaius, King of Scots (possibly coming to the aid of Óengus mac Fergusa, King of the Picts), while engaged in battle at Athelstaneford with the Saxon King Æthelstan of East Anglia, saw in the heavens the cross of St Andrew.
  • Wikipedia: Order of the Thistle
  • According to Torajan myth, the first tongkonan was built in heaven on four poles, with a roof made of Indian cloth.
  • Wikipedia: Toraja
  • For example, one study in Germany found the tree of heaven growing in 92% of densely populated areas of Berlin, 25% of its suburbs and only 3% of areas outside the city altogether.
  • Wikipedia: Ailanthus altissima
  • Furthermore, space telescopes can study the heavens across the entire electromagnetic spectrum, most of which is blocked by Earth's atmosphere.
  • Wikipedia: Hubble Space Telescope
  • He also cited a verse in the New Testament that said there would not be marriage in heaven.
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  • He is joined by Leila; resigned now to their deaths, the pair sing of how their souls will soon be united in heaven.
  • Wikipedia: Les pêcheurs de perles
  • His chariot was created in the image of the Sun's chariot, the reason Zeus placed him in the heavens.
  • Wikipedia: Auriga (constellation)
  • His later writings continued to show characteristic differences from Luther such as the inclusion of non-Christians in heaven as described in An Exposition of the Faith.
  • Wikipedia: Huldrych Zwingli
  • However, Monteverdi's score published in Venice in 1609 by Ricciardo Amadino shows an entirely different resolution, with Orpheus transported to the heavens through the intervention of Apollo.
  • Wikipedia: L'Orfeo
  • In another aria, his mother Retrea (Queen of Thebes), laments his death but ultimately sees his elevation to the heavens.
  • Wikipedia: Orion (mythology)
  • In the late 1800s and early 1900s, it was reported that the people from the interior of the island of Borneo believed that slow lorises were the gatekeepers for the heavens and that each person had a personal slow loris waiting for them in the afterlife.
  • Wikipedia: Conservation of slow lorises
  • Instead, Jennens's text is an extended reflection on Jesus Christ as Messiah, moving from the prophetic phrases of Isaiah and others, through the Incarnation, Passion and Resurrection of Christ to his ultimate glorification in heaven.
  • Wikipedia: Messiah (Handel)
  • It was said that he was commissioned to find the source of the Yellow River, which was believed to flow from heaven as a continuation of the Milky Way.
  • Wikipedia: Vega
  • Joan of Arc on horseback, triumphantly raising her sword to the heavens and crepuscular rays at San Francisco's Palace of the Legion of Honor.
  • Wikipedia: Joan of Arc
  • On his way, Hamlet passes Claudius in prayer, but hesitates to kill him, reasoning that death in prayer would send him to heaven.
  • Wikipedia: Hamlet
  • On the southern gallery follow the only historical scene, a procession of Suryavarman II, then the 32 hells and 37 heavens of Hindu mythology.
  • Wikipedia: Angkor Wat
  • Parallax measurements demonstrated the vast separation of the stars in the heavens.
  • Wikipedia: Star
  • Prior to Long, peasant uprisings with religious themes had always been preceded by floods, outbreaks of disease, famine, crop failure or other natural phenomena, as sections of the rural populace attributed such disasters to the wrath of the heavens and sought help from leaders who purported to have supernatural powers.
  • Wikipedia: Phan Xich Long
  • Saying that he knew her father, he tries to give her a star he stole from the heavens.
  • Wikipedia: Carousel (musical)
  • The birth of a new star implied the variability of the heavens.
  • Wikipedia: Johannes Kepler
  • The domes, often placed directly above the main prayer hall, may signify the vaults of heaven and the sky.
  • Wikipedia: Mosque
  • The Mater Gloriosa then sings her only two lines, in the symphony's opening key of E-flat major, permitting Gretchen to lead the soul of Faust into heaven.
  • Wikipedia: Symphony No. 8 (Mahler)