almah


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almah

(ˈælmə) ,

alma

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alme

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almeh

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an Egyptian dancing girl or singer, who entertains or mourns professionally
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53) This edition also translated almah in Isaiah 7:14 as "young woman" instead of "virgin.
Safmarine Ngami, MSC Atlanta, Ikan Prang, Golden Ambrosia, Sea Luck II, Glag Mersinidi, Almah Booba, Lassy Victory SC Dong Hai are currently occupying berths to load/offload containers, cement, sun, flower seeds, wheat, chemical, diesel oil and edible oil respectively during the last 24 hours.
Almah Avishai Cohen The former Chick Corea band bass player hit a sweet spot in 2011 with his Seven Seas album.
The translation of the Hebrew Scriptures made by Aquila, the disciple of Akiva in the second century, used Paleo-Hebrew script for every instance of the Tetragrammaton (see "Aquila" in the Jewish Encyclopedia), but Christians did not generally use it because he translated the almah of Isaiah 7:14 as neanis (young woman), not parthenos (virgin).
The second, "Moving Forward," applies Hoffman's method to five biblical phrases or passages: b'chol levaucha u-v'chol nafshecha (Deus 6:5); YHWH ro'i (Ps 23:1); ahoti kallah (Song of Songs, passim); lo tirtzach and to tahmod (in the Ten Commandments of Exodus 20 and Deuteronomy 5); and almah (Isa 7:14).
Tararia, Almah (2003) Interview with this writer, Senior Lawyer, Environmental Law Centre, Port Moresby.
Later on, he examines the Hebrew text of the Bible to demonstrate how every English translation is inevitably an interpretationsometimes, a Christian apologetic interpretation, as when the Hebrew word almah in the Book of Isaiah is translated as "virign," rather than "young woman," in order to produce a Christological reading ("Behold, a virgin will conceive and bear a son ")
In July, Goldman Sachs Group filed suit against Almah LLC, a Moinian Group entity which owns 180 Maiden Lane, for a $3.
By depicting the long-term effects of trauma, Almah alters the discourse of psychoanalysis to include not only the African historical context but also the "memory traces of the experiences of former generations" (157) to which Freud referred.
The chapter studying the views of virgins and virginity in ancient Jewish writings would have benefited from a study of the Hebrew word almah, routinely translated in Greek by parthenos or in English by "virgin," but which could refer not only to virgins but to young widows, concubines, or prostitutes.
Deal added: "I first met Robin Bruss when I was buying potential jumpers [including Almah and Kelly] in South Africa to be trained by Venetia Williams.
Best bet on tomorrow afternoon's only jumps card at Ludlow could be Almah for the in-form Venetia Williams stable in the Ellen Seldon 100th Birthday Novices' Hurdle.