Nain


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Nain

(nā`ĭn), village of Galilee, ancient Palestine, SE of Nazareth. It is the modern Nein, Israel. The Gospel of St. Luke reports that here Jesus raised a widow's son from the dead.
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It does not pay to "fly" minerals and oil a mile farther than is necessary; but the risks of transhipping to submersibles in the ice pack off Nain or Hebron are so great that these heavy freighters fly down to Halifax direct, and scent the air as they go.
Nain, famous for the raising of the widow's son, and Endor, as famous for the performances of her witch are in view.
and in the east room, which was her greatest triumph, she said caressingly, 'My nain bonny room
Beloved wife of the late John; caring mother and motherin-law of Ceinwen and Elwyn, Cathrin and Peter; loving nain of Nia, Bethan, Lona and Heledd, and greatnain to Sion, Lewys, Phoebe and Reuben.
Magwyd Aloma gyda'i nain a'i thaid, ac er i'w nain farw ym 1979, mae'r dagrau'n dod i lygaid Aloma wrth iddi hi feddwl amdani.
Nain hit three boundaries in her runaball 40 and Bishmah Maroof and Qanita Jail both hit 16 as sent to bat first,Pakistan recovered to score 97 for the loss of five wickets after quarterfinal reduced to 14 overs due to morning rains.
NAIN is caused by feto-maternal granulocyte incompatibility.
Nain Rouge was the recipient of the Young Voices FoundationTM 2010 Seal of Approval, Historical Nonfiction - Juvenile / Young Adult.
Annwyl briod y diweddar Owen Hughes, mam dyner Eirlys, Clifford, John a Nancy, nain a hen nain hoff ei hwyrion a'i hwyresau.
In those days, you had to be nominated by a relative to come and live in Australia, and Nain had an aunt who lived on a sugar cane farm near Townsville, Queensland, so that's where they settled.
Shades of taupe, gold, ivory and red contrast with a black background in Black Nain from Karastan's Persian Renaissance Collection.