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glad tidings

Favorable, beneficial, or happy news. Usually used with the verbs "give" or "bring." The union leader brought glad tidings to the striking workers that their demands for pay increases had been accepted by the company's management.
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In an authentic Hadeeth on the authority of Ibn Mas ood the Messenger of Allah, mentioned that Allah The Almighty sent the Prophets as bearers of good tidings and warners so that no one will have an excuse on the Day of Resurrection for disobeying the commands of Allah The Almighty.
Al-Dhahrani received cables in reply from his brethren the chairmen of legislative councils of the GCC, Arab and Islamic countries in which their excellency expressed their felicitations and sincerely wishes to His Excellency, supplicating to Allah the Almighty to accomplish the aspirations of the Bahraini people in progress and prosperity and wishing many happy returns of this occasion to the Kingdom of Bahrain's leadership and people and to the Arab and Islamic nations with good tidings, welfare and blessings.
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The words of a carol provide a prayer of submission: We hear the Christmas angels the great glad tidings tell.
In 1968, Billy - by now running the tours on his own - took delivery of Glad Tidings 2, which had been built at a South Shields yard, and which remains in service today.
AT last, a survey that doesn't shower us with guilt and bring tidings of woe if we're not attached to the juicers, while pushing more weights than Madonna.
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When the auctioneer called him with the glad tidings, the seller said that a mate was insisting his Escort is worth eight grand, and he shouldn't take a penny less.
Not necessarily on bringing bad tidings to our teams, more goalless ones instead.
Other educational institutions in the Sudbury involved in construction projects include the Glad Tidings Tabernacle Academy, which is building a $2.
THE Town Crier had no glad tidings to ring out in Blackpool yesterday.
The Grocer 33 has revealed that availability levels of basic ranges are in decline--grim tidings just one week before Christmas.
S To quote the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, May 2005: It's the scorching summer of 2001 in New York City, and 16-year-old Heller is working as a messenger for a company named Soft Tidings, zooming all over Manhattan at top speed on his bike and delivering news with "a personal touch.