Haggi

Haggi

(hăg`ī), in the Bible, founder of a Gadite family.
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Cross and Haggi investigated an intervention with eight sessions on the students' occupational decision-making and found out that the related intervention does not influence on the occupational decision making.
The first is a serial verb construction in which T is flagged by haggi 'take' and R by -nia 'give', as in (19).
T TAKE COME R-GIVE (21) Potol saina haggi ama na-nia.
La tribu Vatellini contiene dos generos: Vatellus Aube con tres especies citadas para la Argentina: V haggi Wehncke, V grandis Buquet y V lateralis (Sharp), con distribuciones en provincias del NE hasta Buenos Aires (Tremouilles, 1995, 1998); y Derovatellus Sharp con tres especies que se distribuyen desde el norte hasta Buenos Aires (Tremouilles, 1995, 1998).
Phillips uses the small Old Testament book of Haggi as the basis his study.
Gaza is destroyed," said Jawaher Haggi, a 14-year-old Palestinian-American.
First: 1 Pineapple Haggi, 2 Millabbey Spice, 3 Newlawn Jess, 4 Quick Bozz, 5 Stranger In Town, 6 Ronnies Boss (w)
Bromsgrove and Redditch's Kenyan runner, Haggi Chepkowny, representing Combined Services, caused an upset when he was sixth (28.
Biletzky, Essays on Yiddish Poetry and Prose Writers of the Twentieth Century, translated by Yirmiyahu Haggi (Tel Aviv: I.
THE first time I tried to make haggis I found myself, alone in my kitchen, yelling out obscenities as my bare hands grappled with a stinking sheep's stomach.
While I may have tried the odd Scotch egg or even a wee dram you won't see me eating haggis.
JANUARY is never a good month for haggises - or haggi, if you prefer.