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a sweet innocent baby

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an angel of the second order whose gift is knowledge

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Three years of research, design, development and testing later, I've produced Cherubs.
A rather harmless symbol--until some Israelites who frequented the Yahwistic temples in Samaria's environs began to believe the shrine's cherub actually was Yahweh
Helping to hatch chicks at the Little Cherubs Nursery are, from left, Chloe Verallo, Monica Leigh, Catherine Leigh and Sofia Rowley Jones
STOLEN: The statues at William Shepherd's grave, left, were taken by thieves who also pulled out flowers SPECIAL VISIT: Florence Shepherd at the grave of husband William, inset, after vandals chiselled away two cherub statues, in the second similar attack on the memorial UPSET: Florence and her daughter Pauline, who discovered the damage
So, when you imagine the heavenly host--from the seraphim on down--you always see the cherubs with the face of Alfred Lunt, right?
After some persuasion, an usher set noisy, ancient folding chairs for us just below the azure, domed ceiling, which was filled with the three Graces and cherubs and in full view of the Phantom of the Opera-style crystal chandelier.
Cherubs Nursery at Wrexham was established by teachers Sue Williams, Melanie Jenkins and Joyce Millington in July 2000.
A painted wooden fireplace adorned with carved ribbons and cherubs flanked by slim faux columns encourage customers to walk to the rear of the store, which houses the children's items.
One of its most popular features is the lavish Hall of Mirrors, with its gold-leaf cherubs and ornate chandeliers.
A DAUGHTER is furious after stone cherubs vanished from her mother's grave.
Vines of morning glories entwine cherubs on a soft textured background.
You may be surprised to learn that the use of cherubs and the young child to typify arrival of the new year gained national attention from a series of Post covers conceived by Joseph Christian Leyendecker, one of America's most talented illustrators.
The new inking is just above the one of a Jesus-like figure being lifted by three cherubs, representing sons Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, eight, and Cruz, six.
he legendary artist owned a large number of specially commissioned paintings, in which he featured surrounded by naked cherubs or children.
This left Solon free to concentrate on the main figures, usually maidens and cherubs in diaphanous veils floating ethereally on subtle blue, grey and black grounds.