Enan


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Enan

(ē`năn), in the Bible, prince of Naphtali.
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Enan, who is also the number two in the ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF), invited a range of parties, including the Muslim Brotherhood and the liberal Wafd, the state-owned Al-Ahram newpaper reported.
Armed forces chief of staff Sami Enan could be an acceptable leader, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood said.
The findings of the study have shown that there are really no organic products at the local market," said Enan Helal, the Chairperson of Egypt's Eye for Consumer Protection.
Rabbi Enan Francis became the first African-American rabbi to become principal of an Orthodox day school at Southern Connecticut Hebrew Academy.
The neuroinsecticidial activity of eugenol was demonstrated on Periplaneta americana by Enan (2001).
The Empire Music Hall's main pull will be Strawman, Susan Enan and Ben Reel, while Robinson's stages more familiar faces in Payola and Suga Island.
The important thing is to realize there is a segment of people who want to do business this way, and you have to respond to people's wishes," says Hussein Enan, CEO of InsWeb, a consumer shopping site for insurance policies.
Most insurance people are absolutely terrified, because this is so different from anything they've been doing,'' said Hussein Enan, a former insurance executive who now sells the policies of more than half a dozen companies, including Zurich Kemper and ITT Hartford, over the Internet.
But we're just getting started," said Basil Enan, CoverHound's founder and chief executive officer.
The latest strategic-political move undertaken by President Mohammed Mursi comes weeks after he formally retired the head of the military council, Field Marshall Mohammed Hussein Tantawi, who has been retired, and his former deputy, General Sami Enan, also being retired.
President Mohamed Mursi moved to consolidate power by ordering Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi and his deputy Lieutenant General Sami Enan to retire.