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Medad

(mē`dăd), in the Bible, one who, with Eldad, received the prophetic power of Moses.
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Le ministre a egalement visite le parc national de Theniet El Had ou il a mis l'accent sur la necessite d'une exploitation optimale de la foret El Medad en realisant, a l'interieur, des structures de services devant offrir plus de repos aux randonneurs.
These two, Eldad and Medad, also received the spirit, and as soon as they began to exercise the grace of prophetic leadership, problems arose.
Leading urban developers, Diyar Al Muharraq, announced the signing of a land sale agreement recently with Medad Real Estate Company, part of the Kooheji group of companies in Bahrain, for the purpose of developing Al Safwa Private School within its premises.
Chestertons, an international property agency, has entered into a joint venture agreement with MEDAD Valuation International to establish operations across Saudi Arabia.
Chestertons, the international property agency, has entered into a joint venture (JV) agreement with Medad Valuation International to establish operations across Saudi Arabia.
Medad and four other anti-regime activists lost their lives after Saudi forces opened fire on their homes in the town of Awamia in the Qatif region on Dec 20.
In this year's competition, Singaporean-based Medad Technologies received the BlueTruffle[TM] Award and American-based Puralytics won the Disrupt-o-Meter[TM] Award.
Eldad and Medad, who didn't get to church on time, get the spirit anyway.
Kobeissy, general manager of Medad Project Management Company, said that disputes tend to arise because issues are not clarified at the early stages of a contract during the procurement process.
We should bear in mind that Moses' words are a response to the young man who informs him that Eldad and Medad are prophesying, an act that seems to usurp Moses' authority.
It was almost as if the war had started all over again, and it's a miracle that Medad Ali Kamadin's old red tractor wasn't blown to bits, and that the farmer isn't lying dead next to the wreckage in his field.