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Junia

(jo͞o`nēə), in the New Testament, man or woman early converted to Christianity.
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Lolo (Junias Theophilus) just left the country to sign with Ethiopian club so he is also out of consideration for the first leg,' Samaria added.
Not all translators are convinced that she is--rendering her name as Junias, a man.
But it is Taylor who progresses to today's light welterweight final against Namibia's Junias Jonas and not Maxwell, who settles for bronze while not biting on claims the result was unfair.
Standard Bank Namibia Chief Executive Officer Junias Mungunda spoke about the impact football had, and called it a powerful unifier.
Another well-known example of gender bias is Junia. In Romans 16:7, Patti greets "Andronicus and Junia, my kinfolk and fellow prisoners; they are outstanding apostles ..." For centuries Junia was mistakenly translated as the masculinized "Junias" because it was thought impossible for a woman to be an apostle even if acknowledged as one by Paul himself.
While in the boxing events Namibia's hopes of winning a gold medal at the AG in that sport code vanished as the Commonwealth Games gold medallist Junias Jonas missed out on a spot in the final of the boxing championships that will be held on Thursday.
Equipment, software, transportation and all the logistics need to work like a well-oiled machine before the enumerators can even think of carrying out their duties smoothly and flawlessly," said Junias Erasmus, Chief Information Officer at NSA.
Despite having four boxers already knocked out of the competition team Namibia still have hope of winning a medal in boxing through their Commonwealth Games gold medallist Junias Jonas who outclassed his Egyptian opponent Ramadan Abdelkawi with a 5-0 score from the five judges on Thursday night.
Junias Fillipus, who was assumed to be the culprit and was arrested because he was found washing clothes in the same riverbed where Stoffel's body was found, was released because the evidence was inconclusive.
In the last instance, the 1970 translation used in the lectionary mistakenly rendered Junia's name "Junias," a masculine form.
In a media statement issued by NANU Kunene Regional Coordinator Junias Shilunga on Sunday, NANU labelled the decision by the government to close down the National Health Training Centers as reckless.
From the 13th century on, it was assumed that Paul could not have called a woman an apostle, so the name must be instead the grammatically possible masculine name Junias. Today, however, most recent translations restore the woman Junia, including the New Revised Standard Version and the revised New American Bible.