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Mani

(mä`nē): see ManichaeismManichaeism
or Manichaeanism
, religion founded by Mani (c.216–c.276). Mani's Life

Mani (called Manes by the Greeks and Romans) was born near Baghdad, probably of Persian parents; his father may have been a member of the Mandaeans.
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Mani

?216--?276 ad, Persian prophet who founded Manichaeism
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It turned out Gomez was unarmed when he forced Iberia's flight 1121 between Seville and Barcelona to land in Valencia's Manises airport in eastern Spain at 8:40 am, Interior Ministry spokesman Mr Juan Delgado said.
Almagro 1988), it is much larger than other important regional centres, such as El Cigarralejo, La Escuera or El Tossal de Manises.
The new Valencia facility is located near Manises Airport and is only 15 kilometers from the city's busy seaport.
Some of Leman Kalay's works have been exhibited at 'Balance' Istanbul Concept; NCECA Group Exhibition, Houston, Texas, US; Korean Ceramics Exhibition, Seoul, Korea; Macsabal Group Exhibition, Wanju Municipality Gallery, Wanju, Korea; 11th International Biennial of Ceramics Manises, Valencia-Spain and the 8th International Small Form Porcelain Exhibition, Riga, Latvia in recent years.
Bazar Merkat, a small shop by Mercado Central, claims to have the cheapest genuine Valencian ceramics from Manises.
This far from-rustic celebration of the earthy textures and hues of loaves of plaited bread, wooden sweet-boxes, a green-glazed honey pot and a Manises ceramic jar appears to have belonged to Carlos IV of Spain, who commissioned forty-four still-lifes for the Royal Palace in Aranjuez as well as owning other works by the artist.
Supply steel tubes for the work "new adduction from the water purification Manises dam to the underground water in high phase II of section 1".