Amasa


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Amasa

(ăm`əsə, əmā`sə), in the Bible. 1 Cousin of Absalom, with whom he revolted. Later he became David's commander in chief; he was murdered by Joab. 2 Ephraimite chief.
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It would be more correct to speak of analogical thought processes and parallel tendencies rather than systematic correspondences: Thieme, "Die vedischen Aditya und die zarathustrischen Amasa Spanta," in Zarathustra, ed.
An interview guide was designed as the part of the AMASA project for Key Informant (KI) interviews and included questions on regulatory systems and policies with regard to PV in the three counties.
Ao mesmo tempo, Amasa Walker (1799-1875) defende a importancia do empreendedor para a criacao de riqueza economica (Hebert & Link, 2006).
In the mid 1960s, he was a member of the US Atomic Energy Commission Fusion Program Standing Committee, formed by Amasa Bishop to provide advice to fusion program office management.
Thus A is for arm-wrestling (prueba echar un pulso) and for amasa el pan (knead the bread), B is for practice basketball (practica el baloncesto) and bucea (snorkel), and so on.
05 b Amasa fue para convocar a Juda, pero tardo mas tiempo del que el le habia senalado.
com)-- Barking Rain Press, a non-profit fiction publisher, announced the print and eBook release of the thrilling mystery/crime novel "Cabin Fever: A Seamus McCree Mystery" from Amasa, Michigan, author James M.
The team, which was on a five-day familiarization visit to understudy the rural banking system in Ghana became acquainted with the bank's microfinance products, during its visit to the Adansi Rural Bank, the Awutu Amasa Rural Bank, Adonten Community Bank as well as the ARB Apex Bank.
La mentira amasa, fabrica masa y se fabrica en masa, y por eso en el totalitarismo hay primacia de la mentira.
The Topic: In 1805 off the coast of Chile, American captain Amasa Delano came upon a foundering ship, the Tryal.
En febrero de 1894 viajo nuevamente a Collipulli, donde logro obtener del cacique Juan Amasa la traduccion de 400 frases, la descripcion de una trilla a la manera indigena y trozos de poesia, en dialecto picunche (10).