from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The symbol for the element neon.
- abbr. Bible Nehemiah
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- n. Symbol for neon.
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Ne Temere_, which means, "The Form of Betrothal and Marriage according to the _Ne Temere_ Decree."
DD in Ne ... it's the land of100,000 idiots – the loons that voted for Al Freaken. wbn
A new neutral mutation will fix with a probability of 1/(2Ne), where Ne is the effective population size, and it will take 4Ne generations on average to do so.
Franklin proposed the 50/500 rule used by conservation practitioners, whereby an Ne of 50 is required to prevent an unacceptable rate of inbreeding, while a long-term Ne of 500 is required to ensure overall genetic variability.
Twenty-two only are enumerated here, and no more than twenty in Ne
The "theft" immediately meant is similar sacrilege to that complained of in Ne 13: 10; Mal 3: 8.
Joshua -- called Jeshua (Ezr 2: 2); so the son of Nun in Ne 8: 17.
There is no doubt that Hammarskj6ld's northern sense of propriety was deeply shaken by the roughness of the outburst, and ironically, since the Russian code of what is socially permissible comes largely across the Baltic from Sweden, it was precisely this rowdy behavior of Khrushchev's, dubbed Ne-Kulturny (uncultured), which eventually proved his undoing at home.
Clatsop stands we now call Ne-tul, this being the name by which the Clatsops call it.
This final prayer is called Ne'ilah, literally the "closing of the gates," which serves as the final chance to ensure that our decree for the year is "sealed" in the Book of Life.
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