Naham


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Naham

(nā`hăm), in the Bible, name in a genealogy.
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The coalition air force conducted four air strikes on sites of the militias in Naham District, east of capital Sana'a, in addition to three operations targeting ammunition weapon caches in Sirwah District, west of Marib Governorate.
Ms Al Naham added another BD3m could be saved by introducing tighter controls on prescriptions issued by doctors.
Naham system is a tablet computer fitted at the Ferry's captain cabin and linked with display monitors in passengers' cabin.
Three tribesmen were also killed during the offensive on the 63rd brigade in the mountainous region of Naham, in revenge for the killing of two fellow tribesmen on Sunday, a tribal source said, adding that warplanes had been bombarding the area.
Sheikh Ali Youssef of the Naham tribe said that Republican Guard forces, which are commanded by embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh's son, began bombarding the villages scattered in the Naham mountain area, some 30 kilometers north of Sanaa, Monday, and continued throughout Tuesday.
The base which is in the province of Naham fell quickly, unable to resist the tide of tribesmen befalling it.
Horner 4: 411]) And it also agrees with the text that follows in the same sutta: Naham bhikkhave sanghatikassa sanghatidharanamattena samannam vadami.
toponymy] (not shown, understandably, in the sixteenth-century Krigsarkivet document), and (b) under the restored fill of the nineteenth-century Naham Battery (mostly corresponding to the Great Bastion damaged in 1683-4), under the adjoining nineteenth-century barracks, and under subsequent modern facilities (including the Inspection des Monuments Historiques de Tanger).
Scorers for the Leopards were Jake Morton, Seb Grant, Adil Arshad, Joe Wyatt and Ruben Rai and Panthers' scorers were Elliot Stokes, Thomas May and Naham Rowe.
The Tractate is noteworthy, in particular, for its discussion of prayer and ritual practices that sanctify the people in the face of calamity and for its narration of a rich collection of associated anecdotes "describing the prayers offered by the righteous during periods of distress," serving in this way, according to the editors, "as a spiritual guide through difficult times"(3) There are, for example, the ma'asiot (anecdotes) of Naham of Gain Zu (so called "because whatever happened to him he would say, 'this too [gam zu] is for the best'") and a series of ma'asiot like this one:
also A Critical Old-Spelling Edition of Naham Tate's Brutus of Alba, ed.
ABILITY will be demonstrating ACCELERATE at the National Association of Healthcare Access Management, NAHAM, conference May 8-11 at the Manchester Grand Hyatt, San Diego, CA.