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high place

n.
In early Semitic religions, a place of worship built usually on top of a hill.

high place

n
(Judaism) Old Testament a place of idolatrous worship, esp a hilltop

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n.
(in ancient Semitic religions) a place of worship, usu. a temple or altar on a hilltop.
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Co-convened by UK-based Ethico Live, MEAMF 2016 is being held under the patronage of the Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) and supported by BAMA.
The Huang family, which, like every other Huang in the village (everyone is surnamed Huang) live unusually long lives and are exemplary of what attracts visitors to Bama.
This is true,' explains Songmo, 'but not much of this affected us here in Bama.
And even if we assume their ages have been inflated, the sight of senior citizens working the fields is testament to the healthy lives lived in Bama.
We often have five generations dining together,' adds Songmo's son Huanhong, expressing how staid life persists in Bama.
In conjunction with earning tier one status, MetoKote was subsequently confirmed as a member of the Bluegrass Automotive Manufacturers Association otherwise known as BAMA.
Bama's contribution to the genre of the novel has been to transform a genre that emerged in bourgeois, middle class Europe as a form that foregrounded individual subjectivity and to convert that genre to represent the collective awareness channeled by the entity, Bama.
Hopefully, such work will also take into account the need for recognizing the diversity in feminist philosophies and agendas as demonstrated above in the discussion of Sivakami and Bama.
Crosby, was the beginning of solving the problems at Bama.
We set up win-win situations," said Marshall-Chapman about people management programs at Bama.
This joint project reflects the shared commitment towards Corporate Social Responsibility by all the partners involved and will be fully and equally financed between Dole and Bama.
A, respectively, and on NYSE Euronext under the symbol BAMA.