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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But I looked at her and thought how the two of them, Nain dressed in a dull pinny and slippers, and Efa in her kaleidoscope of hippy skirts, Efa and Nain were not so different anymore, not so different at all now Efa was all grown up and Nain was dead.
Describing his style further, Nain Sukh said he had borrowed it from the qissa style of Punjab wherein the characters were described with their real names, including those of Heer Ranjha and Mirza Sahiban.
Iqbal Haider Butt spoke on his impression of the stories, his interaction with Nain Sukh, and how the stories although based on facts where presented in a semi fictional mannercovering a period of almost a hundred years.
Early wickets for the 2013 finalist had Pakistan wobbling on 63 for three, but when Bismah (75) and Nain came to the crease the result never looked in doubt as their 141-run partnership put their side in the driving seat, Kainat Imtiaz (14 not out) eventually sealing victory in the 48th over.
The Nain Rouge - the fabled Red Dwarf of the Straits - gathers strength.
NAIN due to anti-Fc[gamma]RIIIb antibodies was diagnosed.
One mentioned that his wife had recently seen Nain Rouge--a harbinger of doom.
We'd be in the kitchen, and Nain would whip up scones, or cookies, or cakes.
Shades of taupe, gold, ivory and red contrast with a black background in Black Nain from Karastan's Persian Renaissance Collection.
Montgomerie gave the Singhs code names: Nain was called the chief pundit and his cousin, the second pundit.
Johanna (after another pause): "But Pa, Nain is not old.
44, adjacent to the town of Nain, a ground geophysical program consisting of UTEM borehole and ground geophysical surveys along with a gravity survey, has been completed.