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Uz

(ŭz), in the Bible. 1 Grandson of Shem. 2 Grandson of Seir. 3 Land of Job, variously placed in Aram, Edom, or N Arabia.

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The country code for Uzbekistan.
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(93.) See, e.g., Crawford & Uzes, supra note 21, [paragraph] 1140.06B(7) (explaining that a section 338(h)(10) election can affect a state's apportionment formula); Bobby L.
Dr Ahmed Al Rawahi, Chancellor of the University of Nizwa, and Erin Uzes, Assistant Public Affairs Officer for the US Embassy.
I started by teaching English to adults at a continuing education facility in nearby Uzes, then saw a newspaper ad seeking instructors for a long-distance learning association.
Com efeito, durante a sua redaccao, que inicia precisamente, como afirma, no dia 30 de Novembro de 841 (uns cinco meses apos o filho primogenito lhe ter sido levado, e uns oito meses apos o nascimento do seu segundo filho), e que termina a 2 de Fevereiro de 843, Duoda estava confinada a Uzes, no extremo sul da Franca, separada do marido e dos dois filhos.
Another had begun with, It was a beautiful day in Uzes, and so naturally I thought I should kill myself, the way that one does on such days when there seems nothing else to be done.
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The Pont de Gard, just to the north of Nimes, is the biggest surviving Roman aqueduct that winds through the hills of the Uzes. While Aigues Morts, to the south, is an almost perfectly preserved medieval town.
Tucked away in a sleepy corner of the south of France, hidden from the bustle of the motorways and the hassle of the coast, there's a stretch of disused waterway that links the picturesque little village of Uzes to the more metropolitan but no less impressive Roman town of Nimes.
From this last group came the Uzes who settled in southern Russia in the 11th century, the Seljuks who lived in Persia in the 11th century, and the present-day Turkmenians.
Rose Smith Fresenius Medical Care Claire Callahan Fresenius Medical Care Deborah Anne Harvey, RN Fresenius Medical Care Maureen Herget, BS, RN, CNN GAMBRO Healthcare Larry Buckelew GAMBRO Healthcare Ella Friedman National Nephrology Associates Charlotte Anthony National Nephrology Associates Mignon Early Nothwest Kidney Centers Connie Anderson Renal Care Group John Anderson Renal Care Group Gary Brukardt Renal Care Group Carolyn Latham, RN, MSN, MBA, CNN Centers for Medicare and Brady Augustine, MS Medicaid Services Centers for Medicare and Pamela Frederick Medicaid Services Centers for Medicare and Ida Sarsitis Medicaid Services US General Accounting Office Yorick "Rick" Uzes American Nephrology Nurses' Mary Brattich, BSN, RN, CNN Association American Nephrology Nurses' Caroline S.
The first edition of the Shepherd appeared in 1513 as part of an anthology of devotional and mystical literature which included the Sciuias of Hildegard von Bingen, the Visio Wettini, two works by Robert of Uzes, selections from Elizabeth of Schonau and the Liber specialis gratiae of Mechthild von Hackeborn.(40) The question of Hermas's Shepherd is raised both in the preface, addressed to Adelheid von Ottenstein (abbess of the Benedictine convent of Rupertsberg near Bingen, founded by Hildegard von Bingen in 1147) and in the postface addressed to Markwest von Hatstein, Kilian Westhausen and Wolfgang von Matt.
The erudite Swiss patrician Thomas Platter (brother to the renowned physician Felix Platter), while studying medicine at Montpellier and travelling the French Midi in the late 1590's, reports wide public apprehension of the nouement in the vicinity of Uzes compelling local brides and grooms to avoid city churches and obtain their nuptial benediction with the fewest possible witnesses in the little sanctuaries of neighboring villages.