kebar


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kebar

(ˈkeɪbə)
n
a variant spelling of caber
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Rostami Z, Einollahi B, Lessan-Pezeshki M, Abadi ASN, Kebar SM, Shahbazian H, et al.
La primera narracion refiere la experiencia mistica mientras que el se encontraba entre los deportados de Babilonia junto al rio Kebar: el cielo se abre y ante los ojos del profeta se presenta la vision del <<carro del Senor>> (1,1-28).
The arrest took place in the desert of Tataouine, in the locality of Kebar Helali, near the delegation of Dhehiba, 5 km from the Libyan borders, the same source added.
Traditional forms of marriage in Tarok land include (1) marriage by elopement (ivang kebar); (2) marriage by abduction; (14,13) (3) giving a woman out in marriage to compensate for damages caused by her family (14,15) or an arranged marriage either between the groom and the girl's grand/maternal uncle or between the groom and latter's maternal grandfather often without the girl's consent or the usual marriage .rites (ivang nzok/nzok ucar); and (4) widow inheritance (Ntem akup).
rehabilitation of Kebar Island, Al-Basri added, noting that KOC is
Jelle Miedema, in his detailed historical construction of Kebar people (Bird's Head, Indonesian Papua) identities, departs, albeit implicitly, from the Barthian understanding that collective categories are neither primordial nor circumstantial but represent the permeable boundaries between people's identifications.
His new partner in New York City is the bullish veteran cop Kurt Kebar Browski, a dangerous man who justifies his connections to the Mob as a means for helping support his beautiful, mentally impaired sister.
Angelico's first panel presents Ezekiel's vision in a format analogous to that of the manuscript; cast, however, into the crystalline illusionism of his mature style: the wheel with its "creatures" is set into an expansive landscape with the river Kebar, site of the prophet's vision, flanked by figures of Ezekiel and Gregory.
De Kebar 1855-1980: Sociale Structure en Religie in de Vogelkop van West-Nieuw Guinea.