Teman

Teman

(tē`mən), in the Bible, grandson of Esau and eponym of a tribe living in Edom, SE of the Dead Sea. A member of the tribe was known as a Temani or a Temanite.
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Miami Beach resident Ari Teman, 37, said his Teman GateGuardacents system, which ranges in price from $3,600 to $5,600 with monthly Internet-connection fees, does not replace a full-time security guard or a closed-circuit camera security system, but it is a low-cost start with significant value.
'It will say things like 'based on her personality inclination she is a traditional person, I would recommend dinner and a walk',' said Kevin Teman, the app's developer.
Baharom added that new borrowers are encouraged to apply for the TEMAN TEKUN Payment Scheme and TemanNita Programme Payment Scheme, where entrepreneurs are grouped (5 to a group) and each of them are required to keep to a consistent payment schedule.
She joined with Mel Teman in 2005 and the small group from Fabick, Ring Power, and Mustang, forming the nucleus of the new Caterpillar dealership, PipeLine Machinery (PLM).
Lo que han dicho los ultimos concilios coincide asi bastante con la vision que teman los Padres al respecto.
Stand-up comic Ari Teman was supposed to fly Delta to Israel, in time to participate in the "Rocket Shelter Comedy Tour" with three other comedians.
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Teman, 77, and Wilberta Teman, 74, both of Springfield.
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