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  • An interview with Michael Parkes, the painter of the Three Graces, a real life art work that figures prominently in the villain Mal'akh's home in

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  • Mal'akh's heavily tattooed body appeared at the Perspex.

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  • It was nice technically but akh, how could I get this self out ?

    An Exploration into an Integral Approach to Knowledge

  • In Arabic culture, it's okay to address co-workers or people close to you as ` akh (brother) or ` ukht (sister) even though they may not be related to you.

    Arabic for Dummies

  • Use al - ` akh (al-ak; brother) to address a co-worker or colleague.

    Arabic for Dummies

  • Imagine my joy at discovering an entire webpage of such coincidences, from Arabic/Mongolian akh 'brother' to Japanese yabanjin 'person from the wilderness'/Turkish yabanci 'person from the wilderness.'

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  • The Emperor of Darkness had corrupted an akh, a ‘radiant spirit’, distorting it and turning it into an aggressive, fearsome ghost.

    The War of the Crowns

  • But soon they could not hold in their wishes any longer: AM-wah, akh-wak, akb~wah, even louder than before, wailing for love to find them.

    the secret sense

  • Laban is so thoroughly convinced by Jacob's account of himself that he prefaces his acknowledgment with a "certainly" ( 'akh).

    Exposition of Genesis: Volume 1

  • The particle 'akh, "also," in connections such as these must mean "however."

    Exposition of Genesis: Volume 1

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  • an effective spirit (formed through the union of the ka and the ba).

    June 2, 2008