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angelic

of or relating to angels
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A traves de los misticos pudimos observar que esta jerarquia se debia a su poder y a la participacion en las decisiones divinas o en su ejecucion; para Maimonides esta jerarquia, o burocracia angelical, depende efectivamente de la virtud e influencia de uno sobre los otros, pero siempre partiendo ellos de la "suma bondad y la divina virtud".
"Angelical Investment, the Best Way of Initial Financing for Small and Middle-sised Enterprises".
(5) Merrim sees Pubis angelical as the 'ultimate psychological novel' with the unconscious both founded on 'high' Lacanian notions and conceived as a 'low' Grade-B movie.
Clothed only in a nightdress she floats over the battlefield: "Suddenly a strange gust of wind arose and the nightdress was lifted, showing me to be naked, and the men trembled, and it's that that they saw I was a divine creature, my pubis was like that of the angels, without down and without sex, smooth." It is here on the battlefield that she find her daughter, similarly endowed with the miraculous pubis angelical. The transcendence of a femininity that has been constituted as castration, "the crack between the legs," allows Ana to leave her hall of mirrors and discover those relationships--with her mother and her daughter--that are not based on narcissistic identification and female submission.
Desde una perspectiva distinta--aquella que permite el acceso a los manuscritos de un autor y no solo a lo dicho en el libro editado--Graciela Goldchluk en "Manuel Puig y la pregunta por el peronismo" plantea la importancia de una pregunta que, con sus transformaciones, recorrera la obra de Puig, desde La Tajada hasta las novelas La traicion de Rita Hayworth, Pubis angelical, El beso de la mujer arana y Maldicion eterna a quien lea estas paginas.
Angelical guardianship, according to Catholic doctrine, starts at the moment of birth; prior to this, the child is guarded by the mother's guardian angel.