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  Moroni - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Moroni, Comoros, capital of the Comoros on the Grande Comore island.
The Moroni (family), a noble family in Italy.
Gaetano Moroni (1802-1883), a Catholic clergyman who compiled the Dizionario di erudizione storico-ecclesiastica.
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 Captain Moroni - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Information about Captain Moroni may be found in Chapters 43 through to 63 in the Book of Alma, which is in The Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ.
Moroni became the chief captain of all Nephite armies when he was only 25 years old.
Moroni is represented as an man of righteousness who relies on the Lord for his strength.
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 The Revised Book of Mormon
Moroni identifies the people as "a remnant of the seed of Jacob; yea, we are a remnant of the seed of Joseph" (Alma 46:23).
Moroni was a warrior, who did not hesitate to kill or bend the rules of justice if necessary, while Ammon and his people were pacifists, who would rather lay down their lives than slay their enemies.
Moroni's language is so strange that we are led to speculate that the visions of the brother of Jared were included in the manuscript which Martin Harris lost, and that Joseph Smith was unable to reconstruct them in anything more than a crude approximation.
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 Title of Liberty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
As they were preparing for war, the Nephites saw the danger, and their leaders, notably a young Captain Moroni, who was called to lead the armies at the age of 25, began to arm them for defense.
Moroni trusted in God, and sought only for the security of his people, their lands, and their freedom.
Moroni received direction from God through the prophet Alma, and also gained information gathered by spies, and was able to head off the Lamanites before they entered the land of the Nephites.
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 Captain Moroni   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
When the Lamanites were sufficiently away from the city, Moroni placed another small part of his army in the city to hold it and continued with the rest of his army to pursue the Lamanites.
Moroni wrote a letter to Pahoran (pay-hor-unn), a chief judge of his home land, stating that if they continued to ignore his plea's for assistance, he would bring his armies against them.
Moroni's intuition led him to the truth and he was able to restore liberty to his country.
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 A Record of Duels Involving Members of the North Downs Company
Signor Moroni presided; Mr Mainwaring was seconded by Mr Pritchard, with Capt Brock attending in the capacity of acting surgeon; and Mr Greyson Lord was seconded by Mr Featherstonehaugh.
Captain Snodgrass took the leader away to interrogate him, while the Bankside officers took the rest of the bandits and their mercenaries into custody.
Captain Snodgrass stated that his honour was not satisfied, and the duel continued for a time.
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 Alma 61
For Moroni the time period had to be perhaps a week, given the delivery period, Pahoran’s time to respond, and a military courier returning with the message.
Since Moroni had accused Pahoran of not caring, this opening is further designed to combat the types of accusations Moroni has laid against him, and to do so in the early part of the epistle.
Pahoran explains the military situation to Moroni, letting him know that it is at least stable, in that he has created a stalemate of the conflicting parties in the heartland of the Nephite nation.
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 More Life to the Pages   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In Captain Moroni's efforts to protect the national land of the Nephites from the Lamanites, and to guard against them obtaining their way into the land northward, Captain Moroni had the Nephites build and populate a number of defensive cities.
There was Nephihah, Moroni, Lehi, Morianton, Omner, Gid, Mulek, and Bountiful* on the east running all the way up the east coast to the narrow neck of land in the north.
Moroni's purpose of building a remote, single city outpost far south on the Lamanite boarders by the seashore was not to defend the west coast.
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 Chapter 10
Moroni continued to stand looking at the maps, still leaning on the table before him.
We have too many insects up here as it is.” Moroni nodded allowing an appreciation for a little dip in the seriousness of their discussion.
Moroni motioned and nodded to the guard to release her.
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 Captain Kidd, Joseph Smith and Moroni, Comoros Island
Moroni and Cummorah are associated with buried treasure.
Moroni simply may have been a name that was common knowledge among the people in the 19th century.
He may have always known, consciously or not, that both Moroni and 'Cammorah' connected as they were together in real life and in his cult was a weak link in his charade and perhaps wished he would have skipped Moroni as a choice.
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 Encyclopedia: Moroni (Mormonism)
Not to be cofused with Captain Moroni, a figure who lived much earlier as recorded in the Book of Mormon.
Moroni's father, Mormon (also a prophet), compiled and abridged the plates from the many records of their people over the centuries
Moroni first appeared as a resurrected being (or angel) to Joseph Smith, Jr.
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At the tender, young age of 25, Captain Moroni had gained the respect of the Nephite nation and had been anointed as its supreme military leader.
Captain Moroni was studying the parchment on the top of the pile.
In the years that Moroni had led the defense of his people against their mortal enemies, the Lamanites, he had seen more than his fair share of conflict.
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 Alma3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Now Moroni, leaving a part of his army in the land of Jershon, lest by any means, a part of the Lamanites should come into the land and take possession of the city; and Moroni took the remainder part of his army and marched over into the land of Manti.
And now behold, this was the wisdom in Moroni; for he had supposed that they would be frightened at the city of Ammonihah; and as the city of Noah had hitherto been the weakest part of the land, therefore they would march thither to battle; and thus it was, according to his desires.
And behold, Moroni had appointed Lehi to be Chief Captain over the men of their city; and it was that same Lehi which fought with the Lamanites in the valley, on the east of the river Sidon.
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 Airdisaster.Com Forums - View Single Post - An airbus is kept by Comorian gov.
MORONI (AFP) - One of eight Spanish stewardesses of the Airbus A 310 from France held(retained) in Moroni since Friday was able to embark on Tuesday afternoon on a flight to Paris.
The commander Dewèvre was able however, on Monday evening, to move his device of the tarmac of the airport of Moroni and to proceed with the flight engineer to conversations(maintenances) of " preservation in condition ", he clarified.
The plane had landed in Moroni some(however) hours after the activity(occupation) by the army of the main administrative buildings(ships) within the framework of a dispute among the president of the Union of the Comoro Islands and that of the island of Grande-Comore about their respective domains of sovereign power.
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 Latter Day Designs Cast Sculptures
Moroni was the last of the valiant Nephite prophets and eyewitness to their total destruction.
They remained safe until Moroni, as a heavenly messenger, returned in 1827 and delivered the sacred records to the Prophet Joseph Smith.
In the fall of 1827 Angel Moroni returned to the Hill Cumorah and gave Joseph the plates, from which he translated The Book of Mormon.
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 A Record of Duels Involving Members of the North Downs Company
The Captain then received a second cut on exactly the same spot, at which time it was determined that he would be unable to continue.
The Captain quickly evened the score, and in fact ended the matter with a third touch on Marchant's sword-arm that was sufficient to see honour satisfied.
Captain Brook, who presided over the matter, awarded infamy to Mr MacNiall (who was not present) for failing to have issued the challenge himself, as the original insult was directed at that gentleman even more than at the Ensign.
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 Accent on Mormon Beleifs - The Story of Mormon
In the days of Alma the younger and Captain Moroni, Zarahemla was in the center of the kingdom, with the southern boundary being the wilderness south.
Moronihah, the leader of the Nephite army (the son of Captain Moroni) was forced to pull all of his troops north to the land Bountiful and regrouped them.
Moroni doesn't tell us anything about himself, but we can safely assume that he had no brothers, especially since Mormon never mentions any other son but him.
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 The Annotated Book of Mormon - alma Chapter 43
Now Moroni, leaving a part of his army in the land of Jershon, lest by any means a part of the Lamanites should come into that land and take possession of the city, took the remaining part of his army and marched over into the land of Manti.
And he caused that all the people in that quarter of the land should gather themselves together to battle against the Lamanites, to defend their lands and their country, their rights and their liberties; therefore they were prepared against the time of the coming of the Lamanites.
And it came to pass that Moroni caused that his army should be secreted in the valley which was near the bank of the river Sidon, which was on the west of the river Sidon in the wilderness.
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 Leaders to Managers: The Fatal Shift - FARMS Papers
We are often reminded that Moroni "did not delight in the shedding of blood" and would do anything to avoid it, repeatedly urging his people to make covenants of peace and to preserve them by faith and prayer.
By all means, brethren, let us take Captain Moroni for our model, and never forget what he fought for--the poor, the outcast, and the despised; and what he fought against--pride, power, wealth, and ambition; or how he fought--as the generous, considerate, and magnanimous foe, a leader in every sense.
Moroni scolded the management for their "love of glory and the vain things of the world" (Alma 60:32), and we have been warned against the things of this world as recently as the last general conference.
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 Moroni (Mormonism)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Mormons claim that Moroni is a prophet who lived in North America in the late 4th century.
Moroni first appeared as a resurrected being (or angel) to Joseph Smith, Jr in 1827.
Moroni's record in the Book of Mormon is called the Book of Moroni.
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 Book of Mormon Events   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Captain Moroni, Lehi, and Teancum regained several captured cities.
Moroni wandered alone and abridged the Jaredite history.(Morm.
Moroni recorded his farewell and deposited the plates of Mormon in the Hill Cumorah.
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 Alma 56:1 in the commencement of the thirtieth year…Moroni received an epistle from Helaman
While busy on the east coast, Moroni seems to have been uninformed as to the events on the west coast prior to this letter from Helaman.
From 66 BC to 62 BC, Moroni was apparently too busy on the eastern front to visit his forces on the west.
Moroni had previously defended the line on the western front (Alma 52:11).
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Captain Charles Peirce of the C&GS is sitting next to Marvin Paulson in the center right of the image.
Captains and Executive Officers of the PATHFINDER and PIONEER.
Captain David Whipp having his captain's eagles pinned on by Major General Harry H. Critz and wife Thelma.
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 Old Testament Lesson 22
Moroni recognized that he needed the full cooperation and obedience of each Nephite.
And therefore, at this time, Moroni prayed that the cause of the Christians, and the freedom of the land might be favored.
And when Moroni had said these words, he went forth among the people, waving the rent part of his garment in the air, that all might see the writing which he had written upon the rent part, and crying with a loud voice, saying:
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 USU Aggies.com: Utah State University News, Commentary & Satire for and by Aggies: President Bush Compared to Captain ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Tom's point seems to be that whoever compared Bush to Captain Moroni is using that to make LDS members feel obligated to support his cause.
It implies that like Captain Moroni, the success of righteousness hangs on whether the subordinates rally around their righteous and holy Commander.
It's very simple: the captain moroni story is about a larger than life religious hero fighting against tyranny.
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 Latter Day Designs 6" Vinyl Figures   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In his right hand, he holds a trumpet proclaiming to the world the restoration of the true gospel of Jesus Christ.
The Book of Mormon tells us..." Moroni was a strong and mighty man; a man of perfect understanding; a man whose soul did joy in the liberty and freedom of his country."
He was large in stature, a skilled craftsman who built weapons, tools, and the ship that sailed his family across the ocean to the promised land.
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 AML-List Review: Feasting on the Word: The Literary Testimony of the Book of Mormon
Moroni is reveled through his letter as a man of deep faith and firm resolve that must result in the defeat and destruction of God's enemies.
Equally bold to Moroni, this warlord promises to wage eternal war on the Nephites.
Rust's account of Moroni's character offers us much room for meditation on Mormon's choice of Moroni as the name for his own precious son, the last surviving Nephite.
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 Captain Moroni - Result for Captain Moroni - Meaning of Captain Moroni - Definition of Captain Moroni - Dictionary of ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Captain Moroni - Result for Captain Moroni - Meaning of Captain Moroni - Definition of Captain Moroni - Dictionary of Meaning - www.mauspfeil.net
Information about ''Captain Moroni'' may be found in Chapters 43 through to 63 in the Book of Alma, which is in Book of Mormon The Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ.
There you find a list of all editors and the possibility to edit the original text of the article Captain Moroni.
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Yea, verily, verily I say unto you, if all men had been, and were, and ever would be, like unto Moroni, behold, the very powers of hell would have been shaken forever; yea, the devil would never have power over the hearts of the children of men.
The message here is that the devil only has power over the hearts of men as far as we allow it to him; therefore, if we turn from the darkness toward the light, there is no power for evil.
Moroni had a very visible role in his society, and none of us may have so obvious a position in ours.
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Captain James Brown, Gladys Brown White, 17 pages, 1947, and subsequently edited by Edna Brown Allen, circa 1977; Gladys Brown White prepared this historical sketch for the July 29, 1947 Dedication of the Captain James Brown Monument in Ogden, Utah.
Captain James Brown in The Brown Family, Daniel and Elizabeth Brown and Their Descendents, Erold C. Wiscombe, available in the Salt Lake City Family History Library, 700 pages, 1986.
Captain James Brown's Wives and Children, Erold C. Wiscombe, The Brown Family, Daniel and Elizabeth Brown and Their Descendents, 1986, pages 19-23.
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