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Adami

(ăd`əmī) or

Adami-Nekeb

(–nē`kĕb), in the Bible, border town of Naphtali. Two towns, Adami and Nekeb, in AV.
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The previous record was held by another bottle of The Macallan Valerio Adami 1926, which was sold at Bonhams Hong Kong in May.
Macallan commissioned Italian pop artist Valerio Adami to design the labels for a limited edition of 12 bottles.
"It is no accident that we are meant to be active: to walk, run, crouch to sit, and use our leg muscles to lift things," Adami said.
A superb double save from O'Sullivan with five minutes left looked to have kept Italy to just the two goals before Adami popped up to score from a corner.
"The Hanjin collapse may only be the tip of the iceberg while other lines try to survive now with merging and consolidation," Eugen Adami, owner of the Limassol-based Mastermind Group, said in an interview.
It was a sad day for the woman who made the veganization happen, Kiki Adami. However, that sadness did not last long, as she has since then grown the veganizing industry to that of something considered normal as others now take her lead.
Colonel Adami Mohammad told a news conference uprooting anti-personnel mines was taking place in a good pace, removing more than five million in western borders and over two million in eastern borders.
Eugen Adami, the outgoing President of the Cyprus Shipping Chamber, told officials and delegates at the 26th Annual General Meeting at the "Four Seasons" Hotel, in Limassol, that, with the introduction of specific additional measures related to the lifting of the Turkish embargo on Cyprus ships, the creation of an "Institute of the Sea" and the upgrade of the Maritime Administration, Cyprus can successfully develop a "Sustainable Shipping Model".
"As a livestock cooperative, we have a responsibility to support and encourage growth in agricultural organizations," says Chuck Adami, Equity's president and CEO.
John George Adami, MD, (Figure 1) was born at Ashtonon-Mersey, Lancashire, England, on January 12, 1862.
"As one approached me asking information about the exhibition, the others rushed in and spray painted three works," Adami said, adding they wore hoodies but also sported some designer clothing, suggesting they were of good upbringing.
"We found evolution will punish you if you're selfish and mean," lead author Christoph Adami, MSU professor of microbiology and molecular genetics, said.