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(mĕr`ĭbə), or

Massah and Meribah,

in the Bible, symbolic name of the place, near Horeb, where Moses brought forth water from the rock. A similar event and an equally symbolic name concern the spring at Kadesh. Allusions to the event are found in the Book of Deuteronomy.
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In your Africa is a Country article titled 'Africa doesn't care about its women', you said your sister, Massah KaiKai, was kidnapped in Sierra Leone on August 2018 after she was recommended for appointment as Executive Chair of the Small and Medium Enterprise Development Agency (SMEDA) under President Julius Maada Bio.
The narrative forms of the tradition are in Exodus 17:1-7, set at Massah and Meribah, and in Numbers 20:1-13 set at the waters of Meribah, he says and many other biblical passages explicitly evoke the tradition, allude to it, or suggest intertextual echoes.
Fred Franks Jr., Mark Wafer, Glen White (front), Bonface Ophiyah Massah, Sherwood "Woody" Goldberg and Russ Cusick.
Moses Massah, Programme Specialist at the United Nations Development Program-Liberia Office, said Liberia needs to prepare to prevent and respond to disaster.
Abdul Salam Darwish, Phoenix renewable Energy Centre, UK, is to present an address on the 'Renewable Energy Utilization - Aspects and Innovations: Sustainable, Green, and Smart Buildings in the Emirate of Ajman', while Suzanna El Massah, Zayed University, UAE, is to deliver a lecture on 'Achieving Sustainable Industrialization: Critical Analysis of Egypt's Sustainable Industrial Development Strategy and Assessment of the Potential for EIPs', and Sachin Mishra, Indian Institute of Technology (BHU) Varanasi, India, is to give an address on the 'Assessment of water quality of River Assi by using WQI'.
Indeed, the word katzaf, anger, serves as an organizing key word for the section, appearing in a generic opening verse (9:7), in the verse which introduces the longer first example, the Golden Calf (in 9:8, introducing 9:8-21), and introducing a closing verse which presents a short undeveloped list of other examples (9:22-24, speaking about Taberah, Massah, the Graves of the Desire and the sin of the spies).
In Exodus 17 (referenced also in Numbers, Deuteronomy, Psalms and Hebrews) at Meribah and Massah, the Israelites who had just crossed the Red Sea on dry land and who were receiving manna from heaven to feed them daily, rebelled and began asking, "Is the Lord among us, or not?" (Exodus 17:7, New Standard Version).
The hotel also opens its doors for guests who wish to host their Ramadan celebrations at the Al Maha Ballroom, which can accommodate up to 1,200 persons or Al Massah Hall, which takes smaller gatherings with a seating capacity of up to 130 persons.
Berry wrote: "Do you have equivalent quotes from abused women saying why they don't need a divorce or slaves happy on the plantation, Massah?" He later apologised.