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  • Then one day he read his first page- by himself, this seemed miraculous.
  • The news about the miraculous strength of the stream spread all around the country.
  • He claimed some sort of miraculous escape but quite some people expressed doubt regarding his story.
  • The story has it that a miraculous golden cross appeared at that particular spot.
  • In the following years a miraculous light is seen on the island.
  • He was said to have had miraculous powers, and his fame reached far and wide.
  • However this was followed by a miraculous try from the home team.
  • His success in high school was nothing short of miraculous.
  • The fact that he or she received very few injuries was miraculous.
  • Stories of its miraculous origin were recorded in the mid-19th century.
  • They go in river for the memory of the miraculous day.
  • A particularly miraculous one was his over the wind, so that he could travel over his immense territory quickly.
  • They get caught in the tribal village and is released in an almost miraculous manner.
  • He did not show up, but apparently a good many people still believed that he could have made the miraculous crossing.
  • However, the moment the church was completed, he received his sign: a miraculous spring opened up in the church.
  • He was about to marry a lady of noble family, when a miraculous experience made him to end his military career.
  • The medal eventually produced came to be referred to as the Miraculous Medal.
  • They receive a telephone call telling them of the miraculous return of the lost regiment.
  • They took several thousand German prisoners and - most miraculous considering their arms - they captured three tanks.
  • This miraculous cross brought about the conversion of twenty thousand people.
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