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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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At daybreak tidings were carried to the Marquis de Montcalm that the English army was waiting to give him battle on the Plains of Abraham.
Then Robin's heart fell, for he knew they were the bearers of ill tidings.
As a retired editor of the Glad Tidings magazine of the Women's Missionary Society for 24 years, I am pleasantly surprised to read the words of David Harris in the July/August issue.
The glad tidings of victory are emanating from Aden on these blessed days, thanks primarily to God, and then to the Saudi leadership of the Arab coalition and to heroic Yemeni fighters," Shaikh Abdullah tweeted to his 1.
The tidings of the New Year will instill in us the prudence to fine tune tenets of our national existence and imbue them with spirit of tolerance and fortitude.
The rains have brought pleasant tidings for the winter.
Christmas Tidings" is a charming child's Christmas book filled with holiday verse and simply expressive illustrations of attributes of Christmas that begin with the first letters of the title, "Christmas Tidings.
There will be lots of festive family fun which is sure to get you in the mood for the season of good tidings - including Santa's Grotto, tombola, toys, refreshments, a festive bonanza stall, cakes, Christmas goods and gifts.
The verse where Allah The Almighty says:"O People of the Scripture, there has come to you Our Messenger to make clear to you (the religion) after a period (of suspension) of messengers, lest you say, There came not to us any bringer of good tidings or a warner.
Coventry binmen are left wondering what happended to traditional tidings of comfort and joy.
Tess Daly, presenter of Strictly Come Dancing" "I have bad tidings.
THERE will be tidings of comfort and joy as Vinea hosts mulled wine and carols.
An NBC source said that arrangements have been made for Lauer to interview the former vice presidential candidate live about her new book, "Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas," the New York Post reported.
Khalifa bin Ahmed Al-Dhahrani, exchanged congratulations with chairmen of legislative councils in the GCC, Arab and Islamic countries on the occasion of Eid-al-Adha, wishing the Arab and Islamic nations good tidings, welfare and blessings.
Berman provides the glad tidings that an app, known as FuelerLinx, lists the best prices for jet fuel at airports around the world.