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There’s also a stained glass window of the archangel Michael — Jerry’s middle name and the patron saint of warriors, the sick and the suffering — dedicated to him on The Gallery’s second floor.
Step through a door only to stare up at a faceless archangel known as Tyrael, hovering 14 feet in the air with sword in hand to protect humanity from the forces of Hell.
Yazidis pray to Tawusi Melek, an archangel who, at the creation, took the form of a peacock, and painted a desolate earth with the colors of his feathers.
Without its passionate archangel, however, and with an increasingly younger and increasingly impatient fan base to answer to, that pride has seemed misplaced, if not delusional.
The statuettes showed a white cherub, decked out in armor and holding a sword, with his foot on the head of a black cherub with horns, appearing to be depicting the archangel Michael defeating Satan, according to the news station.
The Mad Men alum will play the archangel Gabriel, God's primary messenger, which has a fleeting role in the novel but is being further developed in the TV series, Gaiman, who's serving as showrunner for the in-production project, explained.
Hamm is coming on as the archangel Gabriel (yes, that one).
Title billing notwithstanding, the figure hovering over the White House is not the archangel Gabriel but the spiritual father Abraham Lincoln.
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Origin and Etymology of archangel
First Known Use: 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of archangel for English Language Learners
: an angel of the highest rank
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