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Almighty is an Abrahamic term for God. See Omnipotent

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All Or Nothing (Cher Song) - Official Mixes
... Remixes Metro Mix (359) Metro Mix Edit (331) Metro Video Mix (400) Almighty Remixes Almighty Definitive Mix (832) Almighty Radio Mix (337) Almighty 12" Instrumental Mix ...
Almighty - Films
... Bruce Almighty, a 2003 American fantasy-comedy film Evan Almighty, a 2007 American fantasy-comedy film and sequel ...
Almighty Records - Marketing
... During the latter half of the 1990s Almighty concentrated efforts on producing remixes for record companies for the global club and dance scene and became de rigueur, and the most in-demand name ... It wasn't until 2004 when, in a change of direction for the label, Almighty stopped actively soliciting their remix services to record companies and closed their studio complex ... of "Something Tells Me" which was released as Cilla's 37th UK single, Almighty once again sought to produce official remixes ...
Carrie Alexander - Argo The Almighty
... Further reading Argo the Almighty on Marvel Database, a Marvel Comics wiki Argo the Almighty at the Comic Book DB Argo the Almighty at the Grand Comics Database For other uses, see Argo (disambiguation) ... Argo the Almighty, is a fictional character who appeared in the Marvel Comics' MC2 series A-Next ...

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Famous quotes containing the word almighty:

    The Spacious Firmament on high,
    With all the blue Ethereal Sky,
    And spangled Heav’ns, a Shining Frame,
    Their great Original proclaim:
    Th’ unwearied Sun, from day to day,
    Does his Creator’s Pow’r display,
    And publishes to every Land
    The Work of an Almighty Hand.
    Joseph Addison (1672–1719)

    What, sir, would the people of the earth be without woman? They would be scarce, sir, almighty scarce.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    If the Almighty had intended for you to be rich, he’d have taken care of that a long time ago. The idea of you being rich, that’s plain blasphemy.
    Robert Rossen (1908–1966)