In Jewish, Christian, and Islamic literature, a celestial winged being with human, animal, or birdlike characteristics. They are included among the angels, and in the Hebrew scriptures they are described as the throne bearers of God. In Christianity and Islam they are celestial attendants of God and praise him continually. Known as karūbūn in Islam, they repeat “Glory to God” ceaselessly, and they dwell in a section of heaven inaccessible to attacks by the Devil. In art they are often depicted as winged infants. Seealso seraph.
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Cherub Technology: cutting-edge digital engineering to create innovative metronomes and tuners.(GLOBAL 225)(Company overview)
Dec 01, 2008; Founded in 1998 by two aspiring engineers, Shenzhen, China-based Cherub Technology started small with a single line of tuners....
Cherubim -- making bridal historyCherubim Clothing Boutique was opened at the beginning of April this year by a north Belfast lady to provide a bridal service to all the beautiful brides within the local community and afar at competitive prices -- but most importantly providing the best quality of service and wedding wear that every bride deserves to receive on her special day.
Oct 30, 2011; cherubim -- making bridal historycherubim Clothing Boutique was opened at the beginning of April this year by a...