advent


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the act of arriving

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arrival that has been awaited (especially of something momentous)

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the season including the four Sundays preceding Christmas

(Christian theology) the reappearance of Jesus as judge for the Last Judgment

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Advent also prepares us for the second coming of Christ at the end of time.
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Advent s October 2014 release updates for Geneva include new investment and fund accounting features to support more assets on the platform, as well as a new integration with leading risk analysis and management solutions provider Investor Analytics, enabling users to access broad-based and fully-integrated risk analytics.
Advent technology helps firms minimize risk, work together seamlessly, and discover new opportunities in a constantly evolving world.
If Christmas Day falls on a Sunday, the first Sunday of Advent would be on November 27 and there would be 28 days in the calendar.
Shares of shareholders who did not accept the squeeze out proposal have been transferred automatically to Advent.
The Advent sermon series at Bethel Christian is designed for people who don't observe Advent and who seek a Christmas that goes beyond a wrapping paper-strewn family room.
Luke's Advent, Epiphany, and Transfiguration stories are embedded in Israel's social, political, and religious world in the constant presence of the Roman order.
Advent Partner creates efficiencies in the complex partnership accounting process by automating its most difficult facets -- the reallocation of profit for the performance incentive fee, and the allocation of realized gains and losses for tax purposes.
The season leading up to Christmas is called Advent.
Advent, for North Americans, is a period positively crawling with godlets--false or inflated mini-deities.