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Synonyms for blest

highly favored or fortunate (as e.g. by divine grace)


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"We are thankful to be working hand-in-hand with Bhate to serve our country and the US Air Force," BLEST President Randall Moore said.
First, the photoreceptor arrays of spider secondary eyes (Blest et al., 1980; Land and Barm, 1992) do not show remnants of ommatidial borders, as is often observed for eyes that have evolved from the fusion of multiple ommatidia (Nilsson and Modlin, 1994; Buschbeck, 2014).
Now a multimedia project incorporating her traveling photographic exhibit, Ann Keiffer's revived and updated debut, Blest by the Dark Angel, is an eloquent, sympathetic, and courageous memoir about weathering depression.
Blest are the peacemakers: They shall be called sons of God.
Sweet Sacrament of rest, ark from the ocean's roar, within thy shelter blest soon may we reach the shore; save us, for still the tempest raves, save, lest we sink beneath the waves: sweet Sacrament of rest.
In 2001, Akinori Ito founded the Blest Company in Japan.
Not all things are blest, but the seeds of all things are blest.
Her topics include sounds, surfaces, and spheres in The Merchant of Venice; Hamlet's sonic phantoms; Serit Agens: the song of the blest siren; and describing music in Paradise Lost.