flaming heart

flaming heart

attribute of St. Augustine; symbol of religious fervor. [Art: Hall, 123]
See: Zeal
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'This ecclesiastical armchair,' said Gonzalez, 'has a caned oval back flanked by panels of carved foliate forms surmounted by a crest of piercework floral and foliar forms featuring the ubiquitous catmon flowers and framing the Augustinian emblem of a flaming heart pierced by two arrows over an open book.'
But because of courage, strength, and flaming heart, I was able to get out of poverty," he said in Filipino.
Here too are details not entirely translatable, like a picture of Jesus with a flaming heart; instant ramen noodles crushed and eaten raw from the plastic bag; a widow refusing her husband's last wish to have his ashes sent to the Philippines, instead keeping them in a cemetery by the hospital where she works so that on every lunch break she can visit his grave.
Shareta and Encke descend from Aimee via her Group 3-winning Sheshoon daughter Flaming Heart, the granddam of Shanizadeh.
Not a burning bush, but an open hand with a flaming heart in its palm.
For the finale a giant flaming heart rose to the skies followed by a dazzling IT'S firework display.
A giant skeleton passes the Palm House The lantern parade finishes with a spectacular firework display emerging from a giant flaming heart Lanterns of all shapes and sizes make their way around the park
According to the Daily Express, Becker showed his love for Lilly on the show by leaping through a flaming heart of fire.
So she'll give for the sisterhood and for the Mass, And surely buy a medal with a flaming heart. The price of all the devils has risen, alas Since it helped the new work on the vicarage start.
It was a moment I never wanted to forget so I went to get a flaming heart put on my arm.
"Music can inflame the frozen heart" - a quote from Orfeo, inspired the title for this evening: Monteverdi - Flaming Heart.