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After she dies, he finds Mary and Martha, the sisters of Lazarus, and they become his wives.

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Finally, she follows the creative process as dancers at today’s Ailey American Dance Theater work on a new production of “Lazarus,” one of the late master’s most renowned pieces.

In 1993 a doctor described the Lazarus phenomenon in a seventy-five-year-old man with a lung hemorrhage.

In medicine, Lazarus is the patient who, believed dead, spontaneously starts to circulate blood.

In medicine, a ‘Lazarus patient’ is one who spontaneously starts circulating blood.

Like Lazarus, Thad Cochran rose from the dead on Tuesday in Mississippi.

After rising Lazarus-like from his wheelchair in the second season, he decided to leave Downton and try his luck in Hollywood.

The resurrection of Lazarus is a transparent fabrication out of the parable of the rich man and Lazarus.

And this was all done in the story of Lazarus in such a way that it might surround every grave with illusions for centuries.

But Solomon in all his glory was dressed in his best; from Dives to Lazarus is largely a matter of garments.

The story of Lazarus, as we may easily conceive, was an especial favourite of the early Christian artists.

The seller's name was Mordecai, and the buyer of "the sole use of Simon forever," was a Mr. Lazarus.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lazarus, such as: bankrupt, beggar, bum, dependent, down-and-out, and insolvent.

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