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seventh heaven

the final state of eternal bliss, esp according to Talmudic and Muslim eschatology
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seventh heaven

formed of indescribable divine light; inhabitants are supremely happy, all chanting of God. [Islamic Religion: Benét, 449]
See: Heaven
Allusions—Cultural, Literary, Biblical, and Historical: A Thematic Dictionary. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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"I would have loved to have met Firdaws. She was such a beautiful spirit and the rendition of Read All About It was extremely touching and heartfelt.
He went on to berate the media for insulating themselves from the harsh reality of life for people like Firdaws and for overlooking information about the hazards posted by residents months before the fire.
The affair that follows leads to a hard-won happiness that's later destroyed when, once they are settled at Firdaws, their baby daughter becomes gravely ill.
BAGHDAD / NINA / Hundreds of citizens and the tribes of the province of Baghdad demonstrated in Firdaws Square in central Baghdad on Saturday morning, January 4 to support the security forces and the Anbar tribes in the fight against al-Qaida and the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant(ISIL).
The Rowley Mile often favours those who race up with the pace, but Firdaws, Fulney, Shena's Dream and Sputnik Sweetheart are all likely front-runners and their chances will be compromised if they take each other on for the lead.
NEWMARKET 2.00 Capella's Song 2.30 Yarroom 3.05 So Beloved 3.40 Mujazif 4.10 Fledged 4.45 Firdaws 5.20 Sennockian Star.
NAOMI MATTHEW: 2.00 Capella's Song, 2.30 Yarroom, 3.05 So Beloved (nap), 3.40 Mujazif (nb), 4.10 Fledged, 4.45 Firdaws, 5.20 Sennockian Star.
NEWMARKET: 2.00 Capella's Song, 2.30 Yarroom, 3.05 SO BELOVED (NAP), 3.40 Mujazif, 4.10 Fledged, 4.45 Firdaws, 5.20 Sennockian Star.
Firdaws Khan, Safer Ramadan project manager, said: "For the next decade Ramadan will fall into the longest daylight hours, making the fasting more challenging for people with diabetes who find controlling their sugar levels difficult.
In Paradise, men shall find all sorts of fruits in all seasons, and rivers; and that Muslim Paradise, Arabic Qur'anic Firdaws, the garden of delights with its gushing and running canals of milk and honey, and of wine and of sweet water, thornless shady trees, fair houses and noble, every man, after his desert made of precious stones and of gold and of silver and fair beautiful damsels (Arabic Houris), with wide lovely eyes like unto hidden pearls, as the Qur'an describes them (56:12-40) find little or no expression in the romances of medieval England.
Firdaws can emerge the luminary on a really sharp card at Newbury.