alpha and omega
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Example sentences from the Web for alpha and omega
Alpha Team was killed, Faal told the FBI, while the Bravo members who were not gunned down fled.
The conspirators were split into two teams, “Alpha” and “Bravo.”
And when that happens, one “alpha dog” will run the show, usually the oldest, most experienced performer, who “knows more tricks.”
Former RSD instructor Nathan Kole says he saw firsthand how this “alpha male” marketing can damage students.
Lohse rushes Sigma Alpha Epsilon, gets a bid, endures pledge term, and then submits to the dehumanizing rigors of Hell Night.
Beta is not formed from alpha; one is first, the other is second, and no one knows why.A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 1 (of 10)|Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)
The ring shown in Fig. 117 bears the sacred monogram accompanied by the significant Alpha and Omega.The Catacombs of Rome|William Henry Withrow
The proper annual motion of the sun Alpha Centauri exceeds 188 millions of leagues per year.
The star Alpha Cygni comes to us in a direct line at a speed of 500 millions of leagues per year.
And I remember being jealous because she was chosen by the Kappa Alpha as a candidate.Ruth Fielding At College|Alice B. Emerson
British Dictionary definitions for alpha and omega
Cultural definitions for alpha and omega (1 of 2)
The beginning and the end. In the Greek alphabet, in which the New Testament was written, alpha is the first letter and omega is the last. In the Book of Revelation, God says, “I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last,” meaning that God remains from the beginning to the end of time.
Cultural definitions for alpha and omega (2 of 2)
The beginning and the end. In the New Testament Book of Revelation, God says, “I am Alpha and Omega,” meaning that he is the beginning and end of all things. In the Greek alphabet, alpha is the first letter and omega is the last.
Idioms and Phrases with alpha and omega
The beginning and the end, the first and the last, as in She had to master the alpha and omega of the new computer program before she could even begin. This idiom and its meaning, based on the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet, appears in the New Testament (Revelation 1:8): “I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord,” where it is repeated three more times.