A condition of being safe or sheltered from pursuit, danger, or trouble
he was forced to take refuge in the French embassy
I sought refuge in drink
Something providing such shelter
the family came to be seen as a refuge from a harsh world
An institution providing safe accommodations for women who have suffered violence from a husband or partner
safety: a safe place; "He ran to safety"
recourse: something or someone turned to for assistance or security; "his only recourse was the police"; "took refuge in lying"
a shelter from danger or hardship
recourse: act of turning to for assistance; "have recourse to the courts"; "an appeal to his uncle was his last resort"
Refuge is the only known album by Heaven and Earth. They released a double A side from this album of "Jenny" and "Voice In The Wind". This was released on 45RPM vinyl. ...
Buddhists are said to "take refuge" in, or to "go for refuge" to, the Three Jewels (aka the "Three Refuges"). This is often done formally in lay and monastic ordination ceremonies.
Refuge is a United Kingdom charity providing support for victims of domestic violence. Its main service is to maintain a national network of safe houses (refuges) to provide emergency accommodation for women and children, while it also provides outreach services for victims in the home, and ...
"The Refuge" is an episode of The Outer Limits television series. It first aired on 5 April 1996, during the second season.
A state of safety, protection or shelter; A place providing safety, protection or shelter; Something or someone turned to for safety or assistance; a recourse or resort
(Refuges) (3:54) Building an “inner refuge”
an area set aside for the purpose of conserving species and their habitat.
A place where a person may go when leaving a violent home situation
An area of native vegetation in good condition where native flora and fauna can live safely.
A refuge is any host plant (non-Bt crop, potatoes, oats, sorghum, and some weeds) not producing Bt proteins or not being treated with conventional Bt formulations. ...
A habitat sanctuary for wildlife; retreat; shelter.
an area of a lake that has special regulations to minimize or prevent the harvest of fish.
(Psalms 9:9; Jeremiah 17:17) God is a haven from the enemy.
Safe places. Often places used to escape predators.
kyab (sKyab) To ‘take refuge’ is to affirm your commitment to Buddhism. The refuge ceremony is a formal acknowledgement of this commitment. Refuge means that you have recognised the fundamental principles of Buddhism as an accurate reflection of reality and that you intend to live according to them.
The 3 objects of refuge are: (1) the Buddha, (2) His teaching (the Dharma), and (3) His spiritual community (the Sangha). These grant protection to the spiritual seekers and are known as the 3 Gems (3 Precious Ones). ...
Alters item to transport its possessor to you.
The door to the Dharma path. Fearing the sufferings of samsara, Buddhists take refuge in the Three Jewels with the faith that Buddha, Dharma and Sangha have the power to lead them to happiness, liberation, or enlightenment.
(1) skyabs yul, the object in which one takes refuge; (2) skyabs ’gro, the practice of taking refuge.