Shage

Shage

(shā`gē): see ShammahShammah
, in the Bible. 1 Jesse's third son. Alternate forms are Shimea, Shimeah, and Shimma. 2 Duke of Edom, grandson of Esau. 3 In the confusing list of David's mighty men in the Book of Second Samuel, the name Shammah occurs several times, and the
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Shage Mohamed, a 60-year-old woman from Ethiopia, sits in a wheelchair as her son Sultan pushes her forward.
It was because of her son Sultan that Shage came to Yemen.
Shage, Sultan and his two sons have been staging regular protests in front of the Sana'a branch of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) because of what Sultan said is his mother's dire need for health service--the kind of health service he can't receive in Yemen.
Shage is overweight and paralyzed from the waist down because of a stroke that she suffered two years ago.
Shage, Sultan and his two children, have refugee cards and receive basic medical services provided by the UNHCR medical center in Sana'a.
Before Ofeyi and Zaccheus reach the bridge, they come across a sign announcing "TO DAMN," referring to the dam constructed by the Aiyero men as part of the Shage project.
Bush administration officials considered building capacity to store refined fuels in a new Mississippi cavern that would have expanded the SPR's total capacity, says John Shages, who ran the SPR programme at the Department of Energy until 2007 and is now a private consultant.
Atacora Essential will be exhibiting at Expo West (Booth 1595), and Leslie Shages, Market Linkages Manager for West Africa Trade Hub will be in attendance helping to promote Baobab in the natural food industry.
The latest controls offer true expert-system capability," says Robert Shages of General Electric Apparatus & Engineering Services, Schenectady, NY.
The reversal of a major Texas-to-Oklahoma pipeline will lower the distribution capacity of the SPR's largest cavern, according to John Shages, who oversaw the US oil reserves during the Bush and Clinton administrations.