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Ethni

(ĕth`nī), in the Bible, an ancestor of Asaph the singer, perhaps the same as Jeaterai.
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When Sara returns home after five years announcing judgement day, her mother Ethni is determined to host the last supper.
When Sara, the estranged daughter, returns home after five years of silence to announce the world's about to end, her Mother, Ethni (played by Huws), is determined to host the last supper.
The others honoured are sisters Janet Davies and Glenda Jones,Cardiff; David John Elfyn Davies,Farmers, Carmarthen; Delyth Mai D'aubrey Jones, Garnswllt; Ethni Jones,Cardiff; Heulwen Jones,Caerffili; Eunice O'Haran,Fishguard; and snooker champion Mathew Stevens, Carmarthen.
He shows how the debates on this issue derive from a modern-day disdain for ethni city and a denial of the possibility that ethnicity may be discerned in archaeological or historical data.
This would require a more refined conceptualisation and measurement of ethni city of the managers.
En definitive, l' ethni cisation des rapports, en tant que dynamique a la base des statuts et positions de pouvoir differencies des majoritaires et des minoritaires, constitue et maintient l' exclusion des minoritaires (Mimeault 1995).
Mora returns to "seemingly" traditional symbolic spaces, such as the notion of earth as mother, in order to address issues of ethni city, gender, and class.
Such bizarre phrases are being adopted by politically correct highways chiefs across the region and yesterday Labour controlled Gloucestershire County Council announced it was to become the latest authority to drop "blackspot" for fear of offending ethni c communities.
While Ukrainian writers define future directions for their national literature in a variety of ways, Ukrainian Canadian writers struggle to hold onto memories of their ethni c past in forms that do not hold much relevance to the postmodernist moment in current Canadian writing.