Esek


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Esek

(ē`sĕk), in the Bible, one of Isaac's wells.
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According to Hataman, Esek was accompanied by Nulpi Taalil, a municipal employee; two civilian militias identified as Anson Barillo and Iroy Barillo; and barangay peacekeeper Brad Baakal.
Icel Vilayetinin koylere damizlik olarak dagitmak uzere hususi muhasebe parasile Kibristen satin alacagi 34 bas esek aygirinin, gerek memleket icinden gerek kliring yapilan memleketlerden tedariki kabil olamayacagi anlasildigindan, bu hayvanlarin bedelleri ve yol masraflari icin uc bin liralik kambiyo izni verilmesi; Ziraat Vekilliginin 9/2/935 tarih ve 5/3852 sayili tezkeresile yapilan teklifi ve Maliye Vekilliginin 13/2/935 tarih ve 5148 sayili mutaleanamesi uzerine Icra Vekilleri Heyetince 27/2/935 de onanmisdir.
Mahmud'a "Zamanin Suleyman'i" olarak hitap edip, kismetlerinin iri cusseleri ile orantili olmadigini ve esek arisi evi kadar bile bir haneye sahip olmadiklarini ifade ederek ev istemistir.
Tavsan, solucan, kalamar, orangutan, circir bocegi, yarasa, kurbaga, kedi, iguana, sinek, tavuklar, kartal, kirpi, koala, esek gibi hayvanlara ait "siradan olmayan" farkliliklar on plana cikartilmaktadir.
Gadsden's flag first flew on December 20, 1775 over the flagship Alfred, skippered by Commodore Esek Hopkins, the new commander-in-chief of the U.S.
Fauvre sits in front of a flag that contains an image of a rattlesnake and the words, "Don't Tread on Me." It's a replica of the flag that Admiral Esek Hopkins, the first-ever commander of the U.S.
Performing Music Promotion Centre (ESEK); Foundation for the Promotion of Finnish Music (LUSES); The Sibelius Academy; Finnish Composers' Copyright Society (TEOSTO).
iki kucuk kiziyla dul kalan Arife'ye kocasi bir esek, bir de balta ve biraz da borc birakmish.
[10] Lida defended himself in a small work entitled Be 'er Esek (Well of Contention), based on "and he called the name of the well Esek; because they strove with him" (Genesis 26:20), printed in Lublin [Frankfort on Oder], Monday 4 Elul, [LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (attribute of justice, 444-1684).
Esek Hopkins was appointed the first commander in chief of the Continental Navy.