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Beulah (given Name)
Beulah (/ˈbjuːlə/) is a feminine given name. It is originally a Hebrew word (בְּעוּלָ֑ה bə‘ūlāh), used in the Book of Isaiah as a prophesied attribute of the land of Israel. In the King James version the word is transliterated and also translated as "married" (see Isaiah 62:4). An alternative translation is "espoused", see for example Isaiah 62:4 (Mechon Mamre). "Beulah" has also been used in literature as the name of a mystical place, somewhere between Earth and Heaven
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Beulah College
Beulah College is a coeducational Christian secondary school in Tongatapu, Tonga, established in 1938. The SDA Annual Statistics first report on Beulah College in 1941. It lists 109 students and five teachers for only grades 1-8. Four students graduated. The 2009 report lists 202 students, 97 of which were Seventh-day Adventists. The school provided a complete secondary school education
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Virginia State Route 613 (Fairfax County)
State Route 613 (SR 613) in Fairfax County, Virginia is a secondary state highway. The designation includes several distinct suburban surface routes within the county. These routes were once mostly connected, but changes in road alignment, new road construction, and annexations by the independent city of Alexandria have separated them
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Beulah (Blake)
In William Blake's mythology, Beulah, originally Hebrew בְּעוּלָה (bÿ'ulah, traditionally transliterated “Beulah” /ˈbjuːlə/, that means: "married" or "espoused") is "the realm of the Subconscious, the source of poetic inspiration and of dreams." It is also, according to Blake scholar Alexander S. Gourlay, "a dreamy paradise where the sexes, though divided, blissfully converse in shameless selflessness. Beulah is available through dreams and visions to those in Ulro, the utterly fallen world." Between Eternity and Ulro, it is imagined as a place without conflict similar to a conventional image of heaven or Eternity
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Beulah (novel)
Augusta Jane Evans, or Augusta Evans Wilson (May 8, 1835 – May 9, 1909), was an American author of Southern literature. She was the first woman to earn US$100,000 through her writing. Wilson was a native of Columbus, Georgia, and her first book, Inez, a Tale of the Alamo, was written when she was still young. It was published by Harpers, but met with indifferent success. Her second book, Beulah, was issued in 1859 and became at once popular, still selling well when the American Civil War broke out. Cut off from the world of publishers, and intensely concerned for the cause of secession, she wrote nothing more until several years later when she published her third story, Macaria, dedicated to the soldiers of the Southern Army. This book was burned by some protesters. After the war closed, Wilson travelled to New York with the copy of St. Elmo, which was speedily published and met with great success
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Beulah (series)
Beulah is an American situation-comedy series that ran on CBS Radio from 1945 to 1954, and on ABC Television from 1950 to 1952. The show is notable for being the first sitcom to star an African American actress
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DEVO Live
Devo Live is the fourth home video release by new wave band Devo, and their second DVD. Devo Live contains an entire performance from their 1996 reunion tour (part of the Lollapalooza tour event), filmed at Irvine Meadows, California
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John Paul White
John Paul White is an American singer-songwriter, and was a member of the Grammy Award-winning duo The Civil Wars. He restarted his solo career with his 2016 release, "Beulah".