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  1. Empires

    Empires is the third studio album by futurepop duo VNV Nation. It was released in 1999 in the EU and 2000 in the United States jointly under the Metropolis and dependent labels. The album combines trance, synthpop and electronic body music. "Darkangel" was released as a single on 28 June prior to the album, and "Standing" became a single, and was also released as part of the Burning Empires EP in 2000.

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  1. Empires

    : the Roman, capital Rome, dates from the reign of Augustus, 25 B.C., to that of Theodosius, A.D. 395; of the East, or Low Empire, capital Constantinople, being part of the Roman empire, dates from 295 to 1453; of the West, capital Rome, dates from 295 to 476; the Holy, or Second Empire of the West, founded by Charlemagne, dates from 800 to 911; the Latin, capital Constantinople, founded by the Crusaders, dates from 1204 to 1261; the German, founded by Otho the Great in 962, ended by abdication of Francis II. of Austria in 1806, and restored under William I. in 1870; the French, founded by Napoleon I., dates from 1804 to 1815, and as established by Napoleon III. dates from 1852 to 1870; of the Indies, founded in 1876 under the crown of England.

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    Song lyrics by empires -- Explore a large variety of song lyrics performed by empires on the Lyrics.com website.

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  1. permies

  2. premies

  3. emprise

  4. premise

  5. epimers

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of empires in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of empires in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

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  1. Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate:

    As we walked silently on that sandy beach, I began to realize that there was a unique story embedded in each and every grain of sand. Those were the stories of happiness and glory, blended and intertwined with equally compelling stories of broken dreams and searing sorrow. I felt that each grain was representing and presenting the story of Mother Earth, the tales of long forgotten civilizations and majestic empires, mind-boggling evolutions and revolutions, breakthrough inventions and innovations, godly acts by holy saints and horrifying genocides by evil dictators - all that once happened and then got wiped out over time, from the surface of our planet, by the omnipotent ebbs and flows of Time almighty......leaving behind those billions and trillons of tiny sand grains with counteless stories of Mother Earth.

  2. Peter Layton:

    It is a reminder of a truism of history : one day empires leave.

  3. Suhail Shaheen:

    Afghanistan is the Graveyard of Empires. Afghanistan is a swamp, the more you move, the more you bog down.

  4. Prince Charles:

    The Battle of Gallipoli is truly a reminder that the Great War was truly a world war...It destroyed old empires and created new fissures, on this centenary occasion, it seems to me we must remember the heroism of both sides.

  5. Phil Robertson:

    Ted Cruz loves God, he loves James Madison and he's a strict constitutionalist. You know what Ted Cruz understands, god raises these empires up. It is God who brings them down.

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    being essentially equal to something
    • A. equivalent
    • B. incumbent
    • C. epidemic
    • D. occlusive

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