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Who is weird and why?

Asked by Raj Seth, 11 Mar 11:17 am , 1 answers

Weird ', Adjectiveone. strange or bizarre two. suggestive of the supernatural; uncanny Old English gewyrd destiny weirdly advweird wrdadj. weirder, we... more

Answered by Mickey, 11 Mar 11:24 am

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Do u find it weird??

Asked by Darla Talal, 06 Jan 11:48 pm , 1 answers

Weird ', Adjectiveone. strange or bizarre two. suggestive of the supernatural; uncanny Old English gewyrd destiny weirdly advweird wrdadj. weirder, we... more

Answered by Mickey, 06 Jan 11:49 pm

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There is nothing more delightful to an admirer than freshness of flower, the watching of shining stars in galaxy, the chirping of cuckoos, the fragran... more

Answered by Ataur Rahman, 19 May '12 03:54 pm

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There is nothing more delightful to an admirer than freshness of flower, the watching of shining stars in galaxy, the chirping of cuckoos, the fragran... more

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Have you read the story- Helen of Troy?

Asked by hitler , 01 Nov '09 10:09 pm , 1 answers

Helen of TroyThe Face that Launched One Thousand Ships Perhaps one of the most well known tales of ancient Greek mythology is that of Helen of Troy. ... more

Answered by HEMANT MEHTA, 01 Nov '09 10:14 pm

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who are the fates in greek mythology??

Asked by cyrus irani, 23 Aug '09 05:20 pm , 3 answers

The Fates, in Greek mythology, were the white-robed personifications of destiny.They conntrolled the metaphorical thread of life of every mortal and i... more

Answered by Abhijeet Chavan, 23 Aug '09 05:52 pm

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Since the Renaissance, Justitia has frequently been depicted as a matron carrying a sword and measuring balances, and sometimes wearing a blindfold. H... more

Answered by Pradeep Kumar, 11 Jul '09 08:47 am

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Religiously speaking: how to define destiny....?

Asked by anupama kumar, 04 Jan '09 08:30 pm , 1 answers

Although the words are used interchangeably in many cases, fate and destiny can be distinguished. Modern usage defines fate as a power or agency that ... more

Answered by anantharaman , 04 Jan '09 08:33 pm

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Graces: Roman Mythology Three sister goddesses, known in Greek mythology as Aglaia, Euphrosyne, and Thalia, who dispense charm and beauty.... more

Answered by pratima sharma, 19 Aug '08 04:48 pm

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Do MUSLIMS and CHRISTIANS believe in destiny?

Asked by Shunmugham , 22 Mar '08 11:15 am , 1 answers

The word "Kismet" (alt., rarely, "Kismat") derives from the Arabic word "qismah", and entered the English language via the Turkish word "kısmet" ... more

Answered by GOPI KUMAR, 22 Mar '08 11:43 am

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