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  • These returnees have a lot to offer us, says Elijah Meen, a civil servant, who picked up his younger brother Gordon at the airport last month after having not seen him in 18 years, since their family too was torn apart by the endless war.

    Danna Harman: The Kibbutz Comes to South Sudan

  • This refers to the change in position of the sun from the asterism, Revati in Meen to the asterism, Aswini in Mesh, or when the sun enters Aries.

    Donna Henes: New Year: Here We Go Again!

  • May 26, 2010 at 9:20 am awlse mayded intu an moo-vee … barnzyarrd seel well tu Meen Grilz … Meen Bo veenz

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  • This is the same one we make, but my husband always has a conflict in which puli to be added as i always go for kodampuli & he hates … but i think Meen curry wont be meen curry without kodampuli!!

    Kottayam fish curry- Fish in fiery red sauce « Salt and Pepper.

  • Later on, i would ask my brother if Festus was really serious about that babe and he would say Meen!

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • We also have the Honourable Arthur Meen, Minister of Revenue, devising ways and means of collecting that amount, hopefully on an equitable basis.

    The Philosophy of Assessment

  • It is my pleasure, ladies and gentlemen, to give you the Honourable Arthur K. Meen, Q.C.,

    The Philosophy of Assessment

  • _Meen_, and Homer says _Meen_ presides over the months, whilst in the Sanskrit _Mina_, we see her connected with the Fish and

    Moon Lore

  • Elegancy, is a good Meen and Address given to Matter, be it by proper or figurative Speech: Where the Words are apt, and allusions very natural, Certainly it has a moving Grace: But it is too artificial for Simplicity, and oftentimes for Truth.

    Part I. Eloquence

  • Once at St. Meen they passed a great nunnery, girt with a high gray lichened wall, an oasis of peace in this desert of war, the black-robed nuns basking in the sun or working in the gardens, with the strong gentle hand of Holy Church shielding them ever from evil.

    Sir Nigel

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