Adamah

Adamah

(ăd`əmə), in the Bible, Naphtalite city.
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No matter because on the stroke of half-time Adamah skilfully controlled an incoming ball from Dani Ayala inside the penalty area before lofting a delightful chip over the keeper and into the net.
On the occasion, Parsons International Safety Manager Engineer Cornelius Adamah gave a talk on o[umlaut]Safety, a Value or a Priority'.
Hazon's JOFEE experiences include Jewish farming programs such as the Adamah Fellowship, a three-month leadership training program for Jewish adults ages 20-32 that integrates organic agriculture, farm-to-table living, Jewish learning, community building, and spiritual practice; nature-based celebrations of Jewish holidays, such as Sukkahfest at the Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center; multi-day Jewish bike rides in Israel, California, and New York; and a sustainable food tour of Israel.
Such an extreme dualist view runs counter to our own human experience--and as that experience is so eloquently expressed in the first chapter of the Hebrew Bible, Genesis, which says that God took a little adamah, "earth," and blew God's ruach, "spirit," into it and created ha adam, literally "the earthling" (not "the male," as often misunderstood), and God saw that what God had done was mod tov, very good
In Hebrew, Adam is a pun on adamah, the word for "earth" or "land.
that reaches out to migrant farmworkers, gang members and addicts; and Adamah Farm, a program of the Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center in Falls Village, Conn.
The modern Tu B'Shevat seder was created by Ellen Bernstein, the founder of the first Jewish environmental organization Shomrei Adamah.
Significantly, this dust is adamah (equated by Blake with the female genitals.
Her declared wish for the age of clay, the age of earth, suggests Coetzee's play with the biblical account of creation in which God created man from mud, earth, which is closely related to the Hebrew word given to the human ancestor: Adam; adham, adamah, "ground", one formed from humus, clay.
The seemingly intrinsic relationship among faith, farming and community is also the crux of the Adamah Fellowship program at the Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center in Falls Village, Connecticut.
LGE 2 BARNET v CREWE Mark Hughes is back after his ban while Albert Adamah should return for Barnet.
The etymological roots of the title "Son of Man" are in Adam and adamah, meaning the "earth" I am not suggesting that we should add a meaning that is not there in the original context--but I am open to the possibility that cultural preoccupations might have blinded us to some hidden meanings, as surely as they open our eyes to others.