V-1 Meaning in Hindi

V-1 Definitions and Meaning in English

  1. 1. A small jet-propelled winged missile that carries a bomb
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V-1 Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "hunt v. 1. harvest The state of Florida preferred the word "harvest" to the word "hunt" when it allowed hunters to kill 35,000 alligators. 2. naturalize kill (ANIMALS) v. 1. harvest; see also hunt 2. manage wildlife 3. depopulate"
- William D. Lutz, Doublespeak Defined: Cut Through the Bull and Get the Point

2. "a·bide v. 1 [intrans.] (abide by) accept or act in accordance with (a rule, decision, or recommendation): I said I would abide by their decision."
- Erin McKean, The New Oxford American Dictionary

3. "bomb v. 1. effective deliver of ordnance (DOD) Phrases such as "effective delivery of ordnance" are not likely to invoke mental pictures of thousands of tons of bombs falling on buildings and people."
- William D. Lutz, Doublespeak Defined: Cut Through the Bull and Get the Point

4. "Psalm 63 offers insight into the satisfied soul. Look at David's descriptions of satisfaction: My soul thirsts for you, / my body longs for you, / in a dry and weary land (v. 1). Because your love is better than life, / my lips will glorify you (v. 3). My soul will be satisfied as with the richest of foods (v. 5). The most obvious symptom of a soul in need of God's satisfaction is a sense of inner emptiness. The awareness of a hollow place somewhere deep inside—the inability to be satisfied."
- Beth Moore, Breaking Free

5. "You and I share identity with the hypothetical suicidal man just as we share identity with the adulterous and murderous king of Psalm 51. Our only hope is one thing-God's "steadfast love" and his "abundant mercy" (v. 1). We cannot look to our education, or family, or ministry track record, or our theological knowledge, or our evangelistic zeal, or our faithful obedience. We have one hope; it is the hope to which this ancient psalm looks. Here is that hope in the words of a wonderful old hymn, "Jesus Paid It All":"
- Paul David Tripp, Whiter Than Snow: Meditations on Sin and Mercy

6. "The choicest believers, who are assuredly freed from the condemning power of sin, ought yet to make it their business all their days to mortify the indwelling power of sin. So the apostle, "Mortify therefore your members which are upon the earth" (Col 3:5). To whom does he speak? Such as were "risen with Christ" (v. 1); such as we're dead with him (v. 3); such as whose life Christ was and who should "appear with him in glory" (v. 4). Do you mortify; do you make it your daily work; be always at it whilst you live; cease not a day from this work; be killing sin or it will be killing you. Your being dead with Christ virtually, your being quickened with him, will not excuse you from this work." (Overcoming Sin and Temptation, 50)"
- Quote by John Owen

7. "I want you to see that the Master’s idea was of a river flowing through everyone who comes to Him. Whatever you think about it, Jesus wants your salvation to be like a river, and I am sure that Jesus is the ideal for us all. The lack today is the lack of understanding of that blessed fullness of Christ. He came to do nothing less than to embody us with the same manifestation that He had: the manifestation of doing. Turning for a moment to Jesus’ attitude in the Holy Spirit, I would like you to see a plan there. In Acts 1, we find that Jesus began both to do and teach (v. 1); the believer should always be so full of the Holy Spirit that he begins to do, and then he can teach. He must be ready for the man in the street. He must be instantly ready, flowing like a river. He must have three things: ministration, operation, and manifestation, and these three things must always be forthcoming. We ought to be so full of the manifestation of the power of God that, in the name of Jesus, we can"
- Smith Wigglesworth, Wigglesworth on the Anointing

8. " first verse of Romans 8, There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus, who do not walk according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit. If you are there—praise the Lord! That is a good position. I ask the Lord that He will bring us all into that place. What a wonder it will be. I want you to see that the Master’s idea was of a river flowing through everyone who comes to Him. Whatever you think about it, Jesus wants your salvation to be like a river, and I am sure that Jesus is the ideal for us all. The lack today is the lack of understanding of that blessed fullness of Christ. He came to do nothing less than to embody us with the same manifestation that He had: the manifestation of doing. Turning for a moment to Jesus’ attitude in the Holy Spirit, I would like you to see a plan there. In Acts 1, we find that Jesus began both to do and teach (v. 1); the believer should always be so full of the Holy Spirit that he begins to do, and then he can teach. He must be"
- Smith Wigglesworth, Wigglesworth on the Anointing

 
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