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Paradise [Gr. paradeisos; Per. pairidaēza: ‘park’]locked

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An enclosed space open to the sky. The term has been applied to Persian pleasure gardens (see Garden, §V, 4), used as royal hunting grounds; to abundant gardens with animals (e.g. the Garden of Eden;); to the enclosed area before or around a church (also called a ...

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