Anem


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Anem

(ā`nĕm), the same as En-gannimEn-gannim
, in the Bible. 1 Town of Judah. 2 Levitical city, the modern Jenin (West Bank), at the southeastern end of the plain of Esdraelon. An alternate form is Anem.
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Initially most logging took place between the River Banu and the River Aria, in land occupied largely by Anem, Aria and Mouk speakers.
ANEM affiliates serve as potential centers of cultural and social concern in their communities, Matic says.
Illustrating the precarious status of ANEM stations is a postcard, with a map of Serbia and station names in red or blue identifying their locations.
Still, ANEM and other independents do their best to crank out information and stay ahead of Milosevic's forces.
rebroadcast the reports back into Yugoslavia, and ANEM stations distributed them to local listeners.
In the 1996 demonstrations, when Yugoslav police closed Radio Ozon, an ANEM station in Cacak, broadcasters packed their gear into a trailer and continued reporting from back roads.
Information Agency, with ANEM hosts and organizational help from the American Embassy--brought together dozens of young broadcasters from ANEM radio and TV stations.
Today, ANEM and B92 publish Web sites in Serbian and English that offer news developments, letters of support and detailed archives.
Among other things, IREX is helping to underwrite a radio training and resource center in Belgrade being established by ANEM.
A total of 937 people from different provinces submitted their job applications with their curriculum vitae and received their registration cards during the fair," said ANEM General Manager Aziza Chibane pointing out that 40 % of job-seekers are from Algiers, 25% from Blida and 10% from Tizi-Ouzou.
Thurston well illustrates the spiritual problems that may accompany modernisation, and indeed he speculates on the possibility of a complete loss to the Anem of the Titikolo myth.