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An-Naba 78th chapter of the Quran

Sūrat an-Nabaʼ is the seventy-eighth chapter (sura) of the Quran with 40 verses. Its forty verses are divided into two equal parts of twenty verses each. The first twenty verses are filled with the wonders of the worldly creation. The latter twenty verses are filled with the eternal wonders and horrors of the next world with raging sinner being punished starkly opposed with the rewarding of dutiful believers in paradise.

Angelus is a weekly magazine published jointly by The Tidings Corporation and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles, the most populous Catholic archdiocese in the United States. The magazine began publication in 1895 as a newspaper named The Tidings and is the oldest continuously published Catholic periodical on the west coast of the United States. It is also the oldest weekly periodical in the Los Angeles market. The last issue of The Tidings was published in June 2016; in July 2016 it was transformed into the multimedia news platform Angelus.

<i>Ashland Daily Tidings</i> newspaper in Ashland, Oregon

The Ashland Daily Tidings is a morning newspaper serving the city of Ashland, Oregon, United States. Like its sister publication, the Medford-based Mail Tribune, it is owned by Rosebud Media.


Wolf People

Wolf People are an English psychedelic rock band, formed by singer and guitarist Jack Sharp in Bedford in 2005.

<i>Tidings</i> (Allison Crowe album) 2004 studio album by Allison Crowe

Tidings is the third studio album by Allison Crowe, released in 2003 in EP form and expanded to full album length in 2004. Recorded live-off-the-floor, it is primarily an album of traditional songs of the season and Christmas carols alongside cover versions of some of Crowe's favourite songs of spirituality and redemption.

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Nabas, Aklan Municipality of the Philippines in the province of Aklan

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God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen is an English traditional Christmas carol. It is in the Roxburghe Collection, and is listed as no. 394 in the Roud Folk Song Index. It is also known as Tidings of Comfort and Joy, and by variant incipits as Come All You Worthy Gentlemen; God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen; God Rest Ye, Merry Christians; or God Rest You Merry People All.

Tenkodogo Place in Centre-Est Region, Burkina Faso

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Naba is a Nilo-Saharan language spoken by 300,000 people in Chad. Those who speak this language are called Lisi, a collective name for three closely associated ethnic groups, the Bilala, the Kuka and the Medogo, that represent the three dialects in which Naba is subdivided. They live mainly in the Batha Prefecture, but the Kuka are also in Chari-Baguirmi. Ethnologue estimates the lexical similarity among the three dialects to be no less than 99%. Arabic is often known as a second language.

"Taba Naba" is a children's song originating in the Torres Strait Islands just north of the continent of Australia. This song is usually accompanied by a "sit-down dance" where the "dancers" perform traditional movements corresponding to the lyrics.

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Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti

The Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti, "New Academy of Fine Arts", also known as NABA, is a privately run university in Milan, Lombardy, Italy. It has approximately 3000 students, some of whom are from abroad; it participates in the Erasmus Programme.

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The West Linn Tidings is a weekly newspaper published in West Linn, Oregon, United States, a suburb of Portland. It is owned by the Pamplin Media Group. It was founded in 1980, and was published by the Lake Oswego Review prior to its purchase by the Pamplin group.

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Naba Raynagar railway station is part of the Kolkata Suburban Railway system and operated by Eastern Railway. It is located on the Bangaon–Ranaghat line in Nadia district in the Indian state of West Bengal.