Balak


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Balak

(bā`lăk), in the Bible, king of Moab who hired Balaam to curse Israel. Balac is a Greek form.
References in classic literature ?
It is altogether a place that you won't forget, a place to open a man's soul, and make him prophesy, as he looks down on that great Vale spread out as the garden of the Lord before him, and wave on wave of the mysterious downs behind, and to the right and left the chalk hills running away into the distance, along which he can trace for miles the old Roman road, "the Ridgeway" ("the Rudge," as the country folk call it), keeping straight along the highest back of the hills--such a place as Balak brought Balaam to, and told him to prophesy against the people in the valley beneath.
And Laying 80mm thick Vibrated Interlocking Paver Block Tile from Sant Pandit to Shiwatch Shop Balak Nath Colony, W.
His instructors have included the venerable trio of BKS Iyengar, Saraswati Jois and Baba Balak Das, among others.
The actress, famous for her role as "Faihaa" in the hit Egyptian movie "Elli Bali Balak," was sent to prison after getting caught with 40 grams of the A-class drug heroin and 100 grams of Bango, a type of Marijuana, according to Nujoom Misr news.
Meanwhile, Balrampur DM Priti Shukla said, " The Circle Officer of Tulsipur, Balak Ram, has been asked to conduct an inquiry into the case.
Ma Tovu" recalls the biblcal story of Balaam, who stood in awe and praised the Israelites' tents of worship despite having been dispatched by King Balak of Moab to denounce them.
This (boycott) means no villager would visit the accused family or share food with its members whether in happiness or in grief," a local villager Ram Balak Sharma who chaired the meeting told the media today adding similar action would be initiated against the villagers who dared to defy the order.
The service will be free as part of a special map on Google Maps and will inform customers about to the extent and duration of outages, in addition to the Khod Balak service currently being offered.
Balak, the king of Moab, is afraid that the approaching Israelites will fight and vanquish his kingdom.
This dog Balak (a mistaken reading by a minor character in the novel of the word for dog in Hebrew) joins many other dogs of literary fame: from Cerberus and Argos, through the Hound of the Baskervilles and White Fang, to Buck and Toto.
Gaiman's novel, was scheduled to be released on Tuesday, June 18th, or the third reading of the Torah portion of Balak.
Riteish Deshmukh's debut production venture - Marathi film Balak Palak - has completed 50 days of successful run at the box office.