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Abundantia

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Abūndantia, asteroid 151 (the 151st asteroid to be discovered, on November 1, 1875), is approximately 42 kilometers in diameter and has an orbital period of 4.1 years. Its name is Latin for “affluence” or “abundance.” Abūndantia’s location by sign and house in a natal chart may show where one experiences the most abundance or an area that can be cultivated to achieve affluence.

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Kowal, Charles T. Asteroids: Their Nature and Utilization. Chichester, West Sussex, UK: Ellis Horwood Limited, 1988.
Room, Adrian. Dictionary of Astronomical Names. London: Routledge, 1988.
Schwartz, Jacob. Asteroid Name Encyclopedia. St. Paul, MN: Llewellyn Publications, 1995.
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The Indian audience is maturing," said Vikram Malhotra, chief executive of Abundantia Entertainment, a Mumbai studio that produced"Breathe, an eight-episode crime thriller that Amazon launched in India and 200 other territories in January.
XIII); De la abundancia del corazon habla la lengua (del latin Ex abundantia cordis loquitur lingua)--L'abondance du coeur fait parler la langue (T.
A love story with a satirical flavour, the movie is directed by Shree Narayan Singh, and produced by Aruna Bhatia, Plan C Studios and Abundantia, and presented by Viacom18 Motion Pictures and KriArj Entertainment.
When Punit talks about owning the IP of the films he produces, he is definitely approaching the business from a long-term perspective," says Vikram Malhotra, CEO of Abundantia Entertainment, which has produced blockbusters such as Baby and Airlift.
Experti enim sumus civitates et provincias non existentes sub uno rege esse in penuria, non gaudere in pace, molestari dissensionibus et guerris; existentes vero sub rege, e contrario, guerras nesciunt, pacem sectantur, abundantia florent.
Produced by Bhushan Kumar, Emmay Entertainment, Cape Of Good Films (the company owned by Kumar) and Abundantia Entertainment, Airlift has the makings of a war epic -- a genre that has been rarely tapped in Bollywood.
Un futuro que se dibuja con los perfiles de Abundantia (satisfaccion de las necesidades), Naturalia/Arcadia (armonia con la Naturaleza), Moralia (creacion de un ser humano virtuoso a traves de un orden moral perfecto, mediante el proceso educativo) (11), Millenium (reivindicacion de lo ancestral) y, en definitiva, Utopia (reforma de la sociedad mediante la accion del Estado, la Ciencia y el Derecho).
El talante algo y, en ocasiones, un mucho individualista del epistolografo--pues su correspondencia en doble direccion constituye, sin posible replica, el torso, dominante y hegemonico de los escritos recopilados--, se traducira ex abundantia en la vision y exposicion personales de sucesos y gentes, con propuestas, exegesis y definiciones debidas a el mismo.
A 'cornucopia' (from the Latin cornu copiae) is a symbol of plenty and abundance originating in classical antiquity and associated with the Roman goddess Abundantia.
En la literatura utopica existen, a juicio de los especialistas, cinco modelos de sociedad ideal (Ramiro-Aviles 2000, 33-47): Abundantia, cuyo arquetipo es la tierra de Jauja, Naturalia, una suerte de Arcadia feliz, Moralia, la republica moral regida por normas eticas, Millennium, propiciada por la intervencion divina, y Utopia, aqui en el uso restringido del termino, que designa un modelo particular de sociedad ideal especialmente vinculada con el derecho y la legalidad.
Take, for example, Hayes' recollection of a visit to a fortune teller, Lady Abundantia, to inquire "if I would finish this book or not.
Difficile est quod cor plenum invidia non eructet quandoque aliquid ex illo, quia ex abundantia cordis os loquitur.