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  1. This prosperity was disturbed by the havoc wrought by the bubonic plague or 'Black Death' of 1349.
  2. As prosperity is a natural effect of a life in balance, rubellite also brings abundance.
  3. This prosperity is reflected in the number of birds per square kilometer and it I seen as the highest next to non-in Africa.
  4. This prosperity was reflected in the churches of the despotate, especially as noted in the frescoes of the Peribleptos Church that date from 1348 to 1380.
  5. Economic prosperity was paralleled by a new golden age in science, philosophy, and architecture. (Web site)


  1. Supporters of the European Union argue that the growth of the EU has been a force for peace, democracy, and prosperity for its member states.
  2. At Afrinat International Airlines we are aware that our growth, prosperity, success and livelihood depends on you, our valued customer. (Web site)
  3. Garnet Uvarovite (emerald green) Stands for growth, peace, prosperity and abundance. (Web site)


  1. The colours were interpreted thus: saffron for courage; white for truth and peace; green for faith and prosperity. (Web site)

Present Flag

  1. The present flag of Tuva — yellow for prosperity, blue for courage and strength, white for purity — was adopted on September 17, 1992.

Fastest Way

  1. What is the fastest way to make money online? The Key To Prosperity Revealed. (Web site)

Growing Prosperity

  1. Open trade among its members underpinned the launch of the EU nearly 50 years ago and has brought growing prosperity to all its member states. (Web site)

Prosperity Partnership

  1. The Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) was founded in March 2005 at a summit of the Heads of State of Canada, the US, and Mexico. (Web site)

Great Economic Prosperity

  1. The reign of Qianlong was also a time of great economic prosperity for China. (Web site)
  2. The Capetian dynasty gradually pieced France together over the Middle Ages, a period of great economic prosperity and cultural vitality. (Web site)
  3. Increased imports and exports have led to great economic prosperity for Morocco, which also boosts the personal well-being of the people. (Web site)

General Prosperity

  1. The Chinese monk Lui Kang who was in India and Sri Lanka between 399 and 414 noticed general prosperity and peace-loving nature of the people. (Web site)

Bringing Prosperity

  1. Rather than bringing prosperity to the people of northeastern Congo, gold has been a curse to those who have the misfortune to live there. (Web site)

Unprecedented Prosperity

  1. He was succeeded by his son, Philip III. Under Louis IX, France enjoyed unprecedented prosperity and peace. (Web site)
  2. Peaceful relations between Rome and Kush resulted in unprecedented prosperity.

Greatest Prosperity

  1. The empire of which it was the capital had then reached its greatest prosperity.
  2. It enjoyed its greatest prosperity in the 16th century and the first half of the 17th century, due to the trade in grain conducted along the Vistula river. (Web site)
  3. During its period of greatest prosperity, from the 12th century onwards, the architecture of Bamberg strongly influenced northern Germany and Hungary. (Web site)

Prosperity Diminished

  1. A common view of 19th-century China is that it was an era in which Qing control weakened and prosperity diminished.

Relative Prosperity

  1. His reign was considered an era of relative prosperity for the class, despite the almost constant wars. (Web site)
  2. Thereafter, Britain enjoyed nearly a century of peace and relative prosperity before being subjected to the next series of attacks. (Web site)
  3. Under self-government and international protection, the Kurds have enjoyed a relative prosperity that contrasts to the situation in the rest of the country. (Web site)

Increasing Prosperity

  1. A close friend of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Furness presided over a period marked by the growth and increasing prosperity for First Church. (Web site)
  2. From 1880 to 1930, Argentina enjoyed increasing prosperity and prominence through an export-led economy, and the population of the country swelled sevenfold.
  3. Decline of freighthopping In recent decades, the traditional role of hobos as itinerant workers has fallen off, largely because of increasing prosperity. (Web site)

Material Prosperity

  1. It represents wealth, material prosperity and a long life, all through the spiritual benevolence of Buddhism.
  2. India of today, is well behind many other countries as far as industrialization, development of scientific knowledge and material prosperity are concerned. (Web site)

Good Fortune

  1. Venus: Roman and neo-pagan Goddess of love and beauty who personified sexuality, fertility, prosperity and good fortune. (Web site)

Turning Point

  1. The turning point came after the An Lushan rebellion, which destroyed the prosperity that took years to be established.


  1. Prosperity returned to Alsace under Habsburg administration during the Renaissance. (Web site)

Civil War

  1. And the whole country, spared for two generations from serious invasion or civil war, blossomed with a material prosperity which it had never before known.

European Union

  1. The European Union, or EU, describes itself as a family of democratic European countries, committed to working together for peace and prosperity.


  1. The welfare and prosperity of Megara were mainly due to the trade between the metropolis and its rich colonies.
  2. NSF's mission is to promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; and to secure the national defense. (Web site)
  3. The Legalists exalted the state and sought its prosperity and martial prowess above the welfare of the common people. (Web site)


  1. Constantine had soon to leave for Gaul, but during the first half of the fourth century Britain enjoyed peace and prosperity. (Web site)


  1. Many of them are unemployed and confined to life on bleak estates where the Scandinavian dream of prosperity and equality seemed far away. (Web site)


  1. Government is a standing threat to liberty, peace, prosperity, and social order.
  2. If such a change were to occur, it would be a gigantic step in the direction of liberty and prosperity. (Web site)
  3. Economic prosperity, ecosystem health, liberty and justice are linked, and our long-term well being depends on maintaining all four. (Web site)

Byzantine Empire

  1. Alexios I had stabilized the Byzantine Empire and overcome a dangerous crisis, inaugurating a century of imperial prosperity and success. (Web site)


  1. Pataliputra reached the pinnacle of prosperity when it was the capital of the great Mauryan Emperors, Chandragupta Maurya and Ashoka the Great. (Web site)
  2. With the conversation of Ashoka, the material prosperity of the monasteries grew by leaps and bounds and the monks lived in ease and comfort. (Web site)


  1. Naturally whimsical, Donal Logue became part of the situational comedy The Knights of Prosperity.


  1. Together with his sister, Freyja, he brings peace and prosperity to men and the blessings of fertility to the home and the field. (Web site)
  2. May Allah make it one of prosperity, blessings, happiness and favour.


  1. Finally, by consulting Zeus, Demeter reunites with her daughter and the earth returns to its former verdance and prosperity: the first spring.
  2. Plutos (wealth) A son of Demeter and God of material prosperity and wealth.


  1. In Hinduism, Anumati ("divine favor") is a lunar deity and goddess of wealth, intellect, children, spirituality and prosperity. (Web site)
  2. She is essentially a Goddess of success and prosperity, and her chief attribute is an inexhaustable Purse of Plenty. (Web site)


  1. He is known for wisdom, temperance, and a serious nature, and prosperity and peace were the hallmarks of his reign. (Web site)
  2. In the middle ages, zircon was said to aid sleep, bring prosperity, and promote honor and wisdom in its owner. (Web site)
  3. There is the wish that the righteous with wisdom and right-mindedness rule us thereby bringing peace and prosperity. (Web site)


  1. Hill Palace Museum: This museum showcases wealth and prosperity of erstwhile royal family of Cochin. (Web site)


  1. Ranjit Singh through his foresight had brought peace and prosperity in Punjab. (Web site)
  2. In honor of Nau Nihal Singh's wedding, Ranjit Singh started an Order of Merit which was known as Kaukab-i-Iqbal-i-Punjab, star of the Prosperity of Punjab.

Local Economy

  1. Tsing Lung Bridge, upon completion, traffic has been further development, and promoted Lu to the prosperity of the local economy.
  2. Animal husbandry is a basic and vital industry for the local economy and the growing prosperity of Tibetan people.


  1. Circa 950 BCE Ammon showed rising prosperity, due to agriculture and trade, and built a series of fortresses. (Web site)
  2. Megasthenes wrote about the prosperity of the Mauryan cities, reporting that agriculture was healthy, water abundant, and mineral wealth plentiful.
  3. Second, we have a positive, “expansionist” vision and a plan for the growth and prosperity of agriculture in the 21st century.


  1. During this period, Lusitania grew in prosperity and many of modern day Portugal's cities and towns were founded. (Web site)
  2. Originally occupied by Celts, the region was conquered by the Romans in 58 B.C. Under Roman rule many towns achieved great prosperity, particularly Avenches.


  1. Ideally this chakra brings us health, prosperity, security, and dynamic presence.
  2. Traditionally believed to bring prosperity, security and good luck, birthstone jewelry has always been in demand for the right reasons.
  3. The ICG argues that protecting Badme was important for Ethiopia's safety and security as well as economic prosperity. (Web site)


  1. Over 40 years of peace, harmony and prosperity made Ashoka one of the most successful and famous monarchs in Indian history.
  2. Feng Shui is the study of living in harmony and prosperity.
  3. My indictment of big government is that it is bad because it attacks liberty, prosperity, progress, harmony, and morality.


  1. From Athens the island later received a colony of Ionians[ 4] under whom it attained a high degree of prosperity. (Web site)
  2. Nevertheless, Roman rule at least brought an end to warfare, and cities such as Athens, Corinth, Thessaloniki and Patras soon recovered their prosperity. (Web site)
  3. For a state the size of Athens (around 30,000 to 40,000 adult male citizens at the time), this annual income meant prosperity. (Web site)


  1. Its objective, as implied by its name, was the achievement of peace and prosperity in China with all people worshipping the one and only one god. (Web site)
  2. In the Old Testament, God takes away Job's family and his wealth but restores him to prosperity after Job acknowledges God's power. (Web site)
  3. We believe that the health and prosperity doctrine is a perversion of Scripture and is often used to fleece the flock of God.


  1. According to their motto, it is a party dedicated to bring unity, peace, and prosperity to the citizens of Ethiopia through the democratic process.
  2. The final victory of the Theban dynasty, led by Mentuhotep II, marked the beginning of a new era of unity and prosperity: the Middle Kingdom. (Web site)
  3. Equality, unity and common prosperity are the fundamental objectives of the government in handling the relations between minority ethnic groups. (Web site)

Trade Relations

  1. The reunification of China under the subsequent Sui and Tang dynasties initiates a period of prosperity, trade relations, and far-reaching influence.
  2. U.S. national security will be served by a stable, fully integrated Vietnam with increasing economic prosperity and trade relations with the United States. (Web site)

Qing Dynasty

  1. As the then main salt distributing center during the Qing Dynasty, Yangzhou enjoyed a period of prosperity, which brought with it a cultural boom. (Web site)
  2. His reign was the time of the greatest prosperity during the Qing Dynasty. (Web site)


  1. Similarly, economics can establish that Policy A leads to the advancement of life, prosperity, and peace, while Policy B leads to death, poverty, and war. (Web site)
  2. Gentlemen of the Jury: a man's dog stands by him in prosperity and in poverty, in health and in sickness.
  3. One hundred years later, the Negro lives on a lonely island of poverty in the midst of a vast ocean of material prosperity.


  1. After 1700, Gouda enjoyed a period of progress and prosperity until 1730.
  2. It is through them that the province contributed to the unity, progress and prosperity of the nation.
  3. The progress and prosperity of China have surrounded the village of Dai Liang. (Web site)


  1. After relocating to Taiwan, he overcame the corruption there and made the island a model of economic prosperity and capitalism.
  2. Azerbaijan has benefited from the oil industry, but high levels of corruption have prevented greater prosperity for the masses. (Web site)


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