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Anah

(ā`nə), in the Bible, name appearing several times in the genealogy of Esau's family. Three persons may be distinguished, but if the genealogy refers to tribes rather than to persons, Anah may be a single tribal name.
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PIG This is the renovation of private housing under the new guidelines of the ANAH favoring the fight against substandard housing, the fight against fuel poverty, adaptation of housing for people with disabilities and lost autonomy, identification, prevention and support for distressed condominiums.
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For Timaru registered nurse Anah Aikman, becoming an integrative nurse coach--the first to be certified outside the United States--has renewed her pride in being a nurse.
We felt like we were sent into hell," said Mr Ali, who went on the pilgrimage with his wife, mother Nazir Begum, 78, son Nasir Ali, 34, and granddaughter Anah Ali, eight.
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Leandro and Anah Silveira, kissing and cuddling jaguars in Brazil, feeding them live pigs and the likes, before setting them free.
The two doctors, Jean-Francois Sztermer, 64, Michel Aubertel, 62, and radiophysicist Joshua Anah, 54, are accused of involuntary homicide, not helping people in danger and destroying evidence.
He has written numerous blog posts for the Berman Jewish Policy Archive's blog and composed "VeEirastikh Li / Anah Dodi," a musical setting of verses from Hosea and the Song of Songs, recorded online in 2010.
She was born on June 5th, 1921 and was the daughter of the late Walter Edward Rosebrooks and Anah Elizabeth Rosebrooks.