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kingdom come

1. The end of time. Although you don't have to pay for medical care in this country, you'll sometimes be waiting until kingdom come to receive elective treatment. My wife and her sister will talk on the phone until kingdom come if nothing interrupts them!
2. Heaven; the afterlife. Often used humorously, the phrase is taken from the Lord's Prayer. You all need to be very careful not to blow us to kingdom come while doing this experiment in the lab.
See also: come, kingdom
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The Kingdom Come School is now a public school, but it began its life in 1924 as part of the settlement school movement that was all the rage at the beginning of the 20th century.
And with this introduction from a plant that wonders (within the limits of its intelligence) what Hedge is doing there and what his connections are to the plant kingdom comes the unusual story of a fat, balding, faintly green man who seems ordinary but in fact is a "plant sent to the planet by the legendary Plant of Ultimate Knowing to observe humanity and, if necessary, protect them from one of countless interstellar perils.
The Sermon on the Mount: The Message of the Kingdom comes from a pastor who explores the words of faith from the Sermon that bring with them a model for Christian belief and living, and focuses on the Gospel of Matthew's passages and interpretation.
The increase in Turkish Airlines flight network and capacity across the Kingdom comes after a 66 per cent growth in passenger traffic was recorded in the country in the first five months of this year, compared to the same period in 2011.
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Finn and Philby from The Kingdom Keepers series by Ridley Pearson: The Magic Kingdom comes alive.
The introduction into the Kingdom comes in parallel with that of a new brand identity for ZwZ.
Supporting businesses in the kingdom comes at the top of our priorities at Tamkeen," said Tamkeen chief executive Mahmood Al Kooheji.
As I inferred, attributing human emotions to members of the animal kingdom comes with pitfalls.
Meanwhile, in a press briefing before leaving for Jeddah, Zardari said that his two-day visit to the Kingdom comes at a very important time in terms of regional political developments.
THE QUIET WORLD: SAVING ALASKA'S WILDERNESS KINGDOM comes from a historian who builds upon the environmental issues he discussed in his prior best-selling title THE WILDERNESS WARRIOR, detailing the history of America's most beautiful natural resource.
3 percent of the energy generated in the United Kingdom comes from renewable resources.
Indeed, yesterday's big-field sprint was won by Haajes, who was in the same trap Kaldoun Kingdom comes out of today.
While most of the demand for housingin the Kingdom comes from low incomeindividuals, the absence of a mortgagelaw and lack of financing is preventingdevelopers from building for that segmentof the population.