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1. A transverse space in a church a few steps above the floor of the nave and aisles, and separating them from the apse.
2. In a synagogue, a raised pulpit from which the Torah (Holy Bible) is read.
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83/2010, construction of Bemah school for basic education for boys (16 classrooms) in Bemah in the Wilayat of Quriyat in Muscat Governorate; Tender No.
In late April, he tested the waters by doing a few short trips, the first of which was from Yeti to Bemah. AoI wanted to know if I had enough motivation, the necessary skills and physical strength to attempt such a journey.Ao
Bemah, says China's continued support is in line with the 'Pro-Poor' Agenda of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) led government of President George Manneh Weah.