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Revere,

city (1990 pop. 42,786), Suffolk co., E Mass., a residential suburb of Boston, on Massachusetts Bay; settled c.1630, set off from Chelsea and named for Paul Revere 1871, inc. as a city 1914. It has a growing retired community and much of Revere Beach, a popular resort area, has been built up with apartment and housing complexes.

Revere

Paul. 1735--1818, American patriot and silversmith, best known for his night ride on April 18, 1775, to warn the Massachusetts colonists of the coming of the British troops
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The Merritt Ministry asked a simple question: "How do you create a hot air balloon that is both authentic and reverent in its mission of [representing] Jesus, the Son of God?
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Eastman's darkly powerful voice can be heard in the reverent "Prelude to the Holy Presence of Joan D'Arc.
Depicting a pattern of stained-glass windows in Wright's design that evokes the signature paintings of Mondrian, the image suggests that Eberle's project here is a reverent meditation on the intersecting legacies of modernism.
These four solemn Masses are a far cry from more familiar Christmas music; they offer a grave and reverent addition to happy-all-the-time seasonal fare, an alternative to turn to when you're longing for something more soulful and demanding than "White Christmas.
The air around us is thick with listening, with reverent presence.
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Gibson's proposal to make a grippingly realistic and reverent film about the final hours in the life of Jesus Christ, including His brutal scourging and crucifixion, was rejected by every studio.
McGowan and the parishioners of Our Lady of Mercy for their hard work during this period of transition and for their reverent conduct at the closing liturgy.
He spoke tenderly, in a reverent voice, describing Jonah as a true legend.
Both reverent and irreverent, Ian Driscoll's clever, hard-boiled script portrays a modern-day saviour who is hall streetfighter, half United Church liberal--the King of Kings as the king of kickboxers.
Imagine my surprise when they spontaneously sang with me again, but this time in hushed and reverent tones.