Many recall Maupassant or O. Henry in the way they conclude with an old-fashioned twist or epiphany.
But he wanted more, and he can thank one particular singer for that epiphany.
What also, if anything, was the epiphany which convinced you that you could complete it to your satisfaction?
While watching The Ten Commandments on TV with their children for the umpteenth time, Burnett and Downey had an epiphany.
They were not designed via the epiphany of an unlettered Russian sergeant at a workbench, as fables would have it.
He would make the public offering on the epiphany in Westminster Abbey.
We witnessed a very gorgeous procession on the feast of the epiphany.
A marble basin for the mandatum in the nave, and an epiphany tank at the west are common features.
The rest will to Dax when the prince starts, which will be before the feast of the epiphany.
Thus mirrored, they are transformed and converted into his camp of renewal and clean promises by this epiphany.
early 14c., "festival of the manifestation of Christ to the gentiles" (celebrated Jan. 6; usually with a capital -E-), from Old French epiphanie, from Late Latin epiphania, neuter plural (taken as feminine singular), from late Greek epiphaneia "manifestation, striking appearance" (in New Testament, "advent or manifestation of Christ"), from epiphanes "manifest, conspicuous," from epiphainein "to manifest, display," from epi "on, to" (see epi-) + phainein "to show" (see phantasm).
Of divine beings other than Christ, first recorded 1660s; general literary sense of "any manifestation or revelation" appeared 1840, first in De Quincey.