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Amen:

see AmonAmon
, Ammon
, or Amen
, Egyptian deity. He was originally the chief god of Thebes; he and his wife Mut and their son Khensu were the divine Theban triad of deities.
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amen

the use of the word amen, as at the end of a prayer
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Similarly, the AMEn value of feedstuffs (kcal/kg DM) was determined using prediction equations based on chemical compositions (% DM) and then converted to MJ/kg by multiplying by a factor of 0.
The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks is a terrific organization'' said Amen, "and each day more than 1 million members find new ways of helping others and make positive changes in their communities.
Amen manager Niamh Farrell said: "We have seen over 1,200 new men ringing up who we haven't had contact with before, which is quite a large increase.
Amen traces his interest in neuroimaging to his work in a dual diagnosis treatment unit in the early 1990s, where he was struck by the extent of brain damage that clients had experienced in their lives.
This is what Amen should have been like in the beginning.
Amen was arrested, taken to Seattle to face the charges and released on bond after a month in jail.
6) The Or Zarua writes that-even with one's mouth full in the middle of a meal-one must respond amen: "It is impossible not to respond amen.
Andy Fairweather-Low, who lives in Rhiwbina, Cardiff, enjoyed a string of hits with Amen Corner, including Bend Me Shape Me and (If Paradise Is) Half As Nice, before going on to a successful solo career.
Another in with a chance is Amen Corner in the Lound Nursery (2.
Without a penny of funding AMEN is threatened with closure.
Despite all this, Amen is teetering on the brink of insolvency.
By his own account, James Baldwin wrote The Amen Corner in reaction to the reception of his first novel Go Tell It on the Mountain.