3) Maati as the first field in the Tuat
(or Duat); the place where the dead buried the "flame of fire" and the "crystal sceptre" (Budge 1978i: 272);
Laperrine, a career soldier with considerable African experience, had been appointed "commander of the oases," with orders to occupy the newly captured Tuat
in the western desert and to create a force for controlling the southern Sahara.
Blodau teulu yn unig, rhoddion os dynunir tuat
at Gartref Glyn Nest Trwy law Hywel Bowen, Trefnwyr Angladdau Dewi Davies, Llysgwyddon, Castellnewydd Emlyn, SA38 9RA.
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having the come over stay in house and do the whole sort of turkey and ham and the trimmings.
The first case is that of Tuat
, who lives in Hanoi.
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"Cher yl explained her fami l y s i tuat
ion to t he product ion team before taking part in the show."
Miller, "Ein Konig von Hatti an einen Konig von Ahhijawa (der sogenannte Tawagalawa-Brief)," TUAT
NF 3 (2006): 244 mit Anm.
Choose your moment carefully, as this could blow the si tuat
ion out of proportion if you're not careful.