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biblical name of a region, called in Arabic Saba, of S Arabia, including present-day Yemen and the Hadhramaut. Its inhabitants were called Sabaeans or Sabeans. According to some passages in Genesis and First Chronicles, Sheba, a grandson of Noah's grandson Joktan, was the
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As of today, Sabean is now an employee of Cumulus Media-owned Westwood One , and has taken the newly created role of SVP/Digital Content.
Historians who studied under Sabean present 17 essays on three themes that have joined the diverse strands of his work.
''This is the type of thing, it's four-to-six months before we can know if baseball is possible,'' Giants general manager Brian Sabean said per Yahoo Sports of Scutaro's surgery and injury.
The Holy Roman Empire, Reconsidered, edited by Jason Philip Coy, Benjamin Marschke, and David Warren Sabean. Spektrum: Publications of the German Studies Association, 1.
Other African scripts were Merotic, Mende of Mali, Coptic, Amharic, Sabean and G'eez, the Nsibidi script of Nigeria and Twi script of the Twi people of Ghana.
A retired RCMP officer and member of our congregation, Tim Sabean, was with them.
This seems to be flimsy etymology, even though in several Semitic languages (Akkadian, Phoenician, Sabean, Arabic, Ethiopian, Aramaic) the word for "heaven" begins with (sh)m.
Ryan, and David Warren Sabean. (New York, NY: Berghahn Books, 2012.
The collaborative editorial effort of Jason Philip Coy (Associate Professor of history, College of Charleston, South Carolina), Benjamin Marschke (Associate Professor of History, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California), and David Warren Sabean (Henry J.
The custom of the exchange marriage is centuries old and is perhaps the oldest method and most civilized way to get married in primitive societies (Urlin, 1969; Molloy, 1986; Sabean and Matheiu, 2007).
Johnson, Bernhard Jussen, David Warren Sabean and Simon Teuscher.
Alou remained a beloved figure in San Francisco, and was offered a job as a special assistant to general manager Brian Sabean. "I am truly overjoyed to have Felipe remain with the Giants organization," said Sabean.