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Noun1.Adad - Babylonian god of storms and wind
Babylon - the chief city of ancient Mesopotamia and capital of the ancient kingdom of Babylonia
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MDI, which was set up in 1993 to develop dance in and beyond Merseyside, and ADAD are also holding a masterclass with Namron, one of the founders of the London Contemporary Dance Theatre.
The latter part of Tablet V begins by listing the city's walls, Imgur-Enlil and its forward rampart, Nimitti-Enlil; its waterways, including the Arahtu, as the Euphrates was known locally, and the eastern canal, Libil-hengalla; its city gates -- Urash, Zababa, Marduk, Ishtar, Enlil, King's, Adad and Shamash; and its streets, including Ay-ibur-shabu, the famous Processional Way that led from the town centre to the Ishtar Gate.
ADAD whose baby son was killed by his ex-partner says he has forgiven her.
The advent of the anti-radiation missile -- and now anti-radiation drone -- is encouraging the use of passive infrared search and track (IRST) systems, such as the Thales Optronics Adad (Air Defence Alerting Device), which operates in the eight to twelve-micron band.
ADAD who was left with severe cement burns after he was buried alive during a horrific building site accident has won substantial compensation.
He got eight years in 2003 for stabbing adad of three outside a Perth pub.
Passive sensors include the IR-based Thorn EMI ADAD and Saab IRS-700, and the radar-based Marconi Sentry ESM.
My daughter was lucky because she had amum, adad and a grandma who believed her.
They suggest that these tiles may have come from a temple dedicated to the Assyrian god Adad and the Urartian god Haldi.
ADAD whose son died after an all-day boozing session has backed a crackdown on drunk pedestrians.
We look forward to his pending republication of the double temple dedicated to Anu and Adad.
d]ISKUR da-pi-nu a-a i-ne-' qa-bal-ka "[O Adad, might]y one, Adad, victorious one, let your battle not waver.