Tamah

Tamah

(tā`mə), in the Bible, family returned from exile. It is also spelled Thamah.
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Intelligence Brigadier General Saleh Tamah was hit during a strike on a military parade in Al-Anad air base, in government-held Lahij province some 60 kilometres north of Yemen's second city Aden.
adhijaladhi tamah ksipan himamsuh paridadrse 'tha drsam krtavakasah | vidadhad iva jagat punah pralinam bhavati mahan hi parartha eva sarvah || (BhK 10.67) Then, above the ocean, dispelling darkness, the moon came into sight and gave the eyes a chance, as if creating the world from oblivion.
The rise reflects the college's commitment to preparing career-ready graduates to tackle cutting-edge challenges, said Tamah Morant, associate dean for undergraduate programs at Poole College.
Generally, the river is formed by 13 subbasins of watershed, namely, Kampung Ampang Batu Gadek subbasin, Kampung Balai subbasin, Kampung Batu Berendam subbasin, Kampung Buloh China subbasin, Kampung Cheng subbasin, Kampung Gadek subbasin, Kampung Harmoni Belimbing Dalam subbasin, Kampung Kelemak subbasin, Kampung Panchor subbasin, Kampung Pulau subbasin, Kampung Sungai Petai subbasin, Kampung Tamah Merah subbasin, and Kampung Tualang subbasin.
"This year I decided to spend Eid holiday in Ibb along with my family as it is much safer and greener than other governorates," said Mohammed Tamah, a 45-year-old engineer from Sana'a governorate.
Julia has left a big void in the hearts of her three grandchildren, Tamah French and her husband Grant Proops of Salisbury, Anthony Lancisi and his wife Heather of Monson, Maine and Nicholas Lancisi of Greenville, Maine.
Number two on the list, Tahir Tamah, is the man the government said was leading the group behind the kidnapping of the two soldiers.
But two years after Southwell's first visit, the headman of Pa' Terap sent three young men, Galih Balang, Balang Riwat and Tamah Ingan, to Belawit in East Kalimantan to learn more about Christianity.
Ruh aza tamah etme, ritueller ve dualarla kurtulur; insan-i kamile yoga, meditasyon, sezgisel bilgs, bilgi, duru goru (clairvoyance), telepati, tara bilgiye varma (omniscience) ve kenflinle tara butunlesmeyle kurtulur.
She also belonged to the Episcopal Church, Tamah Temple and the Daughters of the Nile.
The best of its poems are well worth careful examination: for example, "The Reptile Decree from Paris," which traces the downfall of the Meskwakis to a French king's eighteenth-century order to exterminate them; a couple of poems about two Black Eagle Child veterans of World War I; a satiric poem about the "artificial tree factories" of the future; and "Our Bird Aegis," which defines both the eagle and the bear as symbolic creatures for Young Bear's fictional persona Edgar Bearchild and for his Black Eagle Child Settlement (based on the Meskwaki community of Tamah, Iowa).
She became entangled in the dough and was freed through the efforts of Tamah, a house servant.