Ornan

Ornan

(ôr`năn), same as AraunahAraunah
, in the Bible, Jebusite who sold his threshing floor to David so that an altar might be erected there. This site, on Mt. Moriah, was afterward used for the Temple. An alternate form is Ornan.
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Word formation in Hebrew relies highly on non-concatenative morphology (Berman 1978, 1987; Bolozky 1978, 1999a; Schwarzwald 1981, 2002; Ornan 1983, 2003; Goldenberg 1985; Ravid 1990; Aronoff 1994, among others).
Orogo signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Regional Emergency Assistance Communications Team (REACT) Philippines, Inc., represented by national president Joey Valencia, and the Federation of Rapid Emergency Telecommunications Team (RETT) of the Philippines, Inc., represented by president Ornan Vicente.
Ornan trans., 2002); friedrich schleiermacher, hermeneutics and criticism and Other Writings (Andrew Bowie ed., 1998).
About as big as a small coin, the seal carries an inscription in Hebrew that reads "belonging to the governor of the city." Having studied it, Hebrew University professor Tallay Ornan and Tel Aviv University Professor Benjamin Sass described the image it depicts: "Above a double line are two standing men, facing each other in a mirror-like manner.
Ornan, "The primary cilium as a dual sensor of mechanochemical signals in chondrocytes," Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences, vol.
the wheat Ornan the Jebusite declared a purifying space then sold it to
Fueron China, India, Corea, Japon, los paises arabes como Bahrein, Kuwait, Ornan, Qatar, Arabia Saudita, los emiratos Arabes, quienes compraron tierras en Sudan, Pakistan, Birmania, Camboya, Indonesia, Laos, Filipinas, Tailandia, Vietnam, Turquia, Kazajistan, Uganda, Ucrania y Georgia.