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“Koa raha te hanentana ny fon'ny vahoaka amin'ny Fampandrosoana isika dia ny Teny Malagasy ihany no afaka manao izany.”
“ς Ισαακ κα θε ς Ιακωβ, πιστε is from אמינ (like the Arabic "amin" - amen comes from it).”
“On Sins'amin's right was a broad-shouldered man in the mask of a wolf.”
“Sins'amin's knees were bare, but around the~brow of her mask was a headband of bear's claws.”
“Sins'amin's braided hair was heavy with grey and her dark skin was stretched taut across her facial bones.”
“Jubliate Centennial Children's Chorus members sing 'Ani Ma'amin' on Wednesday at the start of the Yom HaShoah / Holocaust Memorial Day observance at Congregation Har Shalom.”
“Till Miss Margaret came scr'amin 'from the house.”
“I does be dr'amin 'of going home sometimes; 't is often yet I wake up wit' the smell o 'the wet bushes in the mornin' when a man does be goin 'to his work at home. ”
“My captors were burly and wore leather jackets – up close I could see they were amin dowla, plainclothes officers from Egypt's notorious state security service.”
“Five Facts About The Origins Of Labor Day adolf hitler, idi amin, Josef stalin, pol pot, saddam hussein, slobodan milosevich”
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