- praise (be) to God forever.
Origin of L.D.S.1
From the Latin word laus Deō semper
- Latter-day Saints.
- Licentiate in Dental Surgery.
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Examples from the Web for lds
The growth of the LDS church in Italy may be moving fast, but not without opposition.
Sicily alone has 3,052 members of the church; the region around Rome has 2,117, according to the LDS Italy archives.
The Italian government refused to allow the LDS church to formally gather until 1951.
“We have paid for it out of our pocket, with no help from Italy,” LDS Rome spokesman Alessandro Dini Ciacci says.
Dehlin believed the decision to threaten him and Kelly with excommunication came from high within the LDS Church.Excommunication With a Smile: Mormon Feminist Kicked Out of the Church
June 23, 2014
Bbur asked why he, whose family had so long eaten the salt of the Lds, had so suddenly deserted them for himself.The Bbur-nma in English
Babur, Emperor of Hindustan
Rmulus, aegritdinem anim dissimulns, lds parat; indc7 deinde fnitims spectculum10 iubet.Selections from Viri Romae
Charles Franois L'Homond
- Latter-day Saints
- laus Deo semper
- (in Britain) Licentiate in Dental Surgery
(for sense 2) Latin: praise be to God for ever
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