Cana


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Ca·na

 (kā′nə)
In the New Testament, a village near Nazareth in northern Palestine where Jesus performed his first miracle, changing water into wine.

Cana

(ˈkeɪnə)
n
(Bible) New Testament the town in Galilee, north of Nazareth, where Jesus performed his first miracle by changing water into wine (John 2:1, 11)

Ca•na

(ˈkeɪ nə)

n.
an ancient town in N Israel, in Galilee: scene of Jesus' first miracle. John 2:1, 11.
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Kaana
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He wandered back to the divan and seated himself on the other side, in view of the great canvas on which Paul Veronese had depicted the marriage-feast of Cana.
An ideal activity in Punta Cana is to spend a day on one of its many beautiful beaches.
Los mas de 130 paises y territorios donde se cultiva la cana de azucar estan distribuidos en las zonas tropicales y subtropicales, entre los paralelos 35[grados] al norte y sur del ecuador (Moore et al.
The eye of the storm was about 40 to 90 miles from Punta Cana at its nearest point.
Vacation Express is offering all-inclusive vacation packages with seasonal, nonstop flights from Newark Liberty International Airport to Cancun and Punta Cana, the company said.
We are thrilled to add Eden Roc at Cap Cana to our exchange network, adding another exquisite holiday option for our 43,000 members, say Gregg Anderson, global vice president of The Registry Collection program.
Six-night flights to Punta Cana will depart every Friday starting May 19, 2017 through August 4, 2017.
Tropical Princess Beach Resort & Spa Punta Cana
Este material, juntamente com os colmos de cana, foi encaminhado ao laboratorio de acucar e alcool--FCAV/UNESP, onde se submeteu a extracao do caldo, atraves de moenda.
BEIRUT: The National Council for Scientific Research (CNRS) signed a memorandum of understanding with the Italian Embassy in Beirut Wednesday, in support of the second phase of the CANA Project.
El uso de plaguicidas en cana es cercano a los 10 kg ingrediente activo (i.