Annunciations [noun]

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It is the flower specially dedicated to the Virgin Mary, and which is so familiar to us in the old paintings of the Annunciation.

The annunciation of this doctrine was greeted by the critic of the "Edinburgh Review" with the insolent: "This will never do."

Another silence succeeded this annunciation of the character Duncan had assumed.

What would that Madonna of the Annunciation be, without the little shrine into which she shrinks back?

At the appointed hour the town-crier proclaimed the meeting, and the church-bells of the city also gave the annunciation.

We keep close to the meaning of Scripture if we set the Annunciation in a room in a cottage of a Palestinian working man.

The time from the Annunciation to the return from Egypt was a time of deep emotion, of spirit-shaking events.

The most interesting thing it contains is Ludovico Carracci's celebrated "Annunciation."

To the prophet Joseph Smith in latter times came a messenger with the same form of annunciation.

The companion picture, which represented the "Annunciation," has disappeared.