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Archangels

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According to the Koran, there are four archangels. Gaʹbriel, the angel of revelations, who writes down the divine decrees; Miʹchael, the champion, who fights the battles of faith; Azʹrael, the angel of death; and Azʹrafil, who is commissioned to sound the trumpet of the resurrection.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Arachnē’s Labours
Araf, Al [the partition]
Araspes (in Jerusalem Delivered)
Aratos of Achæa
Arbaces
Arbor Day
Arbor Judæ
Arcades Ambo [Arcădes 3 syl.]
Arcadian
Arcadian Nightingales
Archangels
Arch-monarch of the World
Archers
Arches (The Court of)
Archeus
Archilochian Bitterness
Archimage
Archimago [Hypocrisy]
Archimedes Principle
Archimedes Screw
Architect of his own Fortune

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Archangels