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/ˈmirikəl/,
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miracles, plural;
  1. A surprising and welcome event that is not explicable by natural or scientific laws and is therefore considered to be the work of a divine agency
    • - the miracle of rising from the grave
  2. A highly improbable or extraordinary event, development, or accomplishment that brings very welcome consequences
    • - it was a miracle that more people hadn't been killed or injured
    • - a miracle drug
  3. An amazing product or achievement, or an outstanding example of something
    • - a machine which was a miracle of design

  1. any amazing or wonderful occurrence
  2. a marvellous event manifesting a supernatural act of a divine agent
  3. A miracle is an unexpected event attributed to divine intervention. Sometimes an event is also attributed (in part) to a miracle worker, saint, or religious leader. A miracle is sometimes thought of as a perceptible interruption of the laws of nature. ...
  4. Himala ("Miracle") is an award-winning Filipino film directed by the late Philippine National Artist Ishmael Bernal. The film's screenwriter and cinematographer were multi-award winner Ricky Lee and Sergio Lobo, respectively. ...
  5. Beni is the debut album of artist Beni Arashiro, released on February 9, 2005. The album is available in 2 different versions, CD+DVD and CD-only. The CD+DVD version was a limited edition, this version is sold out. There were a total of 4 singles released before the release of this album. ...
  6. Miracle was a re-release of some of BoA's Japanese songs rerecorded and re-mixed in Korean, it is her "2.5 album". #No.1 Top 50 album in monthly chart #No.22 Best selling album of 2002 in Korea.
  7. "Miracle" is a Trance song performed by Cascada. It appears on their debut album, Everytime We Touch (2006).
  8. Miracle is a concept album credited to Canadian singer Céline Dion and Australian photographer Anne Geddes, released on October 11, 2004. It's Dion's 12th English album and 32nd in total. According to Billboard, Miracle is the 11th Best Selling Kids Album of the 2000s.
  9. A wonderful event occurring in the physical world attributed to supernatural powers; A fortunate outcome that prevails despite overwhelming odds against it; An awesome and exceptional example of something
  10. (MIRACLES) Click to check definition something which seems to break a law of science and makes you think only God could have done it
  11. (MIRACLES) Signs or manifestation of unusual power.
  12. (Miracles) (1971), London XPS 608 (12" LP) - Reissued on CD as Yma Rocks! (1998), JOM-1027-2
  13. (Miracles) (poetry) and Påfuglefjeren (poetry) - Tom Kristensen
  14. (Miracles) From Latin 'miraculum', 'an object of wonder.' They were a source of the aesthetics of the marvelous; links with prodigies and portents.
  15. (Miracles) It are made prodigious that do not have a simple explanation. The miracles are of Divine origin, and they can be a message of the Haven ó a response to a prayer.
  16. (Miracles) Takes place when the Holy Spirit allows you to share in Christ's authority over nature and work miracles. (Matt. 9:8; 1 Cor. 12:10 and 28; Gal. 3:5)
  17. (Miracles) [from Latin] Originally signifying some phenomenon in nature or human life which was considered highly noteworthy, extraordinarily remarkable, or a cause of wonderment; from this developed in Christian thought a conception regarding happenings originating in God Almighty, which were ...
  18. (Miracles) events that violate the patterns (sometimes called laws) of natural science.  While this is often a great problem, extensively discussed by both Christian and non-Christian philosophers, it is simply accepted within the framework of Biblical revelation. ...
  19. (Miracles) is another "sign gift" where the gifted person is able to cast out demons, show a supernatural sign to unbelievers, or perform a public healing--even in a hostile and unsupportive situation--all to the glory of God.
  20. (Miracles) refer to the superseding of natural law. In the Book of Acts this gift most frequently relates to healing and to exorcism (E.g., Acts 19:11-12).
  21. (miracles) one of the four parerga, referring to a presumed supernatural intervention in the 'empirical' world. Kant does not rule out this possibility, but claims such external 'experiences' of the impossible must be regarded as happening either almost never or else all the time.
  22. Differentia: Caused by supernatural forces which supposedly contradict causality
  23. A beneficial event attributed to supernatural or divine intervention.
  24. An event in which God suspends one or more natural laws and makes an impossible outcome happen. The stopping of the apparent movement of the sun across the sky, as mentioned in the Bible, is regarded by some as a miracle.
  25. An event that cannot be explained by normal or scientific means.