Enos

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Enos

(ˈiːnɒs)
n
(Bible) Old Testament a son of Seth (Genesis 4:26; 5:6)
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While Matano has a full squad to work with, the soldiers will have to do without forward Enosh Ochieng, who scored Ulinzi's first goal of the season against Zoo Kericho, but who has not played since then due to a metatarsal injury.
This perspective is reflected also in the Apostolic Constitutions (document of Syrian origin - 4th century) in which there are mentioned the priests ordained by God from the beginning of the world: Abel, Seth, Enosh, Enoch, Noah, Melchizedek, Job, Abraham and the rest of the patriarchs, Moses, Aaron, Eleazar, Phinehas and Samuel (Donaldson 1997, 482).
Lowenstein A, Eisikovits Z, Band-Winterstein T, Enosh G.
Genesis 4: 17-24 Genesis 5:1-32 Noah [00:02] [Adam] Adam Adam Cain Seth Seth Enoch Enosh Enosh Irad Kenan Kenan Mehujael Mahalalel Mahalalel Methushael Jared Methuselah Lamech Enoch Lamech [Noah] Methuselah Noah Lamech Noah Table 1.
The mysterious figure of Enosh--grandson of Adam via Seth--attracts critical attention insofar as the rabbinic sages credit him with the invention of idolatry and also recount a legend about how prior to Noah God had to purge the world with a flood during the generation of Enosh.
Its adherents revere Adam, Abel, Seth, Enosh, Noah, Shem, Aram and especially John the Baptist, but reject Abraham, Moses and Jesus of Nazareth.
A year and a half of training came to an impressive end Saturday morning when six Israeli swimmers -- coach Ori Sela, Oded Rahav, Udi Erel, Ben Enosh, Doron Amosi, and Luc Chetboun -- broke the Guinness World Record for the longest open-water relay distance swim.
Desde esta concepcion, consideramos que la equidad y horizontalidad entre los participantes de la investigacion es irreal (Ben-Ari & Enosh, 2013; Enosh & BenAri, 2009; Vorraber, 1997), tanto en los estudios interpretativos como en la investigacion-accion.
A self-report questionnaire measuring global self-esteem was used (Winstok & Enosh, 2004).
Seth 'begot' Enosh, "and it was then that men began to invoke the Lord by name.
This phrase first appears in the Bible regarding the time of Enosh, grandson of Adam: It was then that men began to invoke the Lord by name (Gen.