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Seventh-day Adventists:

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[advent, Lat.,=coming], members of a group of related religious denominations whose distinctive doctrine centers in their belief concerning the imminent second coming of Jesus (see Judgment Day).
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An offshoot of the Seventh Day Adventists sprang into sudden prominence, proclaiming the end of the world.
The Seventh Day Adventists have their own stores called ABC stores and they started contacting us to carry it.
Seventh Day Adventists do not believe in hell and believe that the wicked will be destroyed at the end of time.
She was a member of the Gardner Seventh Day Adventist Church, and a former long-time member of the South Lancaster Village Church of Seventh Day Adventists, where she taught Sabbath School for many years.
Seventh Day Adventists marked the centenary of their Radford church with a day of prayer and music.
Wyatt said, that the post office had already approved for this year a stamp to honour the quinquennial (five-yearly) international meeting of Seventh Day Adventists in Toronto in early July.
But just a month after arriving the Careys, accompanied by their two young children, are reportedly being shunned by fellow castaways because of their strict beliefs as Seventh Day Adventists.
University reported epidemiological data suggesting that Seventh Day Adventists who rarely eat nuts suffer heart attacks and coronary deaths at roughly twice the rate of those who typically eat nuts five times a week (SN: 7/25/92, p.
PSW will now serve water to the Reading Rehabilitation Hospital, the Green Hills Nursing Home, land that will become home to the East Pointe Corporate Center, buildings and other property owned by the Church of the Seventh Day Adventists and a new 175-home housing development called Deerfield, which borders the City of Reading.
Not necessarily A study of 31,200 Seventh Day Adventists suggests that people who nosh on nuts five times a week, compared with people who rarely eat them, may halve their risk of heart attacks and coronary death.
a Tennessee-based non-profit organization, whose board of trustees are members of the Seventh Day Adventists Church, which donates funds and services in the U.
Dath rates from cancer among Seventh Day Adventists in the Los Angeles area are only about half those of the general population, according to Padmanabhan Nair, a chemist at the Lipid Nutrition Laboratory.