heavenwards


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Synonyms for heavenwards

toward heaven

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Two years ago, at the SSE Hydro, he blew the place heavenwards with Raspberry Beret, Little Red Corvette, Let's Go Crazy and we left feeling excited about what he would do next.
But when it was proffered as a gift to the newborn baby it was used to symbolise his priestly role - when burnt as incense the smoke was believed to send prayers heavenwards.
Our need to be noble, and therefore, our need to look up and look for the good things that lift our spirits heavenwards.
Football Fantasy I booted a football with such force from earth That it went into orbit and landed in Perth A walkabout Dingo and a kangaroo called Jack Found the ball in their billabong and booted it back I was happy to hear it was on its way home But it bumped into Everest and landed in Rome The Pope saw it bounce down the Appian Way And headed it heavenwards and said"let us pray" The ball's heavenly plunge was reported to Putin Who ordered his troops to put the boot in When all hope was gone I was taken aback To see it on a photo with President Barack It returned in great style with tales of much glory Then became an MP as a prominent Tory John Holt, Marriners Lane, Allesley Park.
I can still remember the huge stacks of books, in bookcases which stretched heavenwards, with long extendable ladders everywhere.
I miss him today," said Tendulkar, who always looked heavenwards after every big knock in memory of his father.
You'd think that the Cornish town's tourist chiefs would be beside themselves, wringing their hands in grief, eyes looking heavenwards for some divine intervention probably involving bread and fishes.
They look heavenwards and question the gods about the gaps and spaces but no responses are forthcoming.
Indeed he was so shorn of support, he unconsciously mimicked Benazir Bhutto in her by now-iconic gesture by raising his hands heavenwards thanking he was home.
This, she explained, would make it easier for the angels to haul them heavenwards when the Big Day arrived.
But as I gazed at the five miles of twisting switchbacks snaking heavenwards, I began to have my doubts.
As usual he took off his helmet, looked at his bat and then heavenwards.
The star batsman first looked heavenwards and then acknowledged the cheers of his teammates and the crowd by lifting his bat.
Buddhist centre to be powered by sun ASPIRITUAL retreat on the Llyen peninsula is looking heavenwards for its energy as well as its religious needs.
Outside, through glistening mist, We go heavenwards, desperately resisting it.