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  • Royal despatch to the _smer uat_, the Kher-heb priest, the governor of the caravan, Herkhuf.

    The Literature of the Ancient Egyptians

  • Duke, a _smer uat_, a Kher-heb priest, a judge belonging to Nekhen, the

    The Literature of the Ancient Egyptians

  • “Tell me my name,” saith the Lower deck; “Standard of Ap-uat” is thy name.

    Egyptian Literature Comprising Egyptian tales, hymns, litanies, invocations, the Book of the Dead, and cuneiform writings

  • He carried on wars with the Petti, or bowmen of the Libyan interior, with the Sakti or Asiatics, with the Maxyes or Mazyes of the north-west, and with the Ua-uat and other negro tribes of the south; not, however, as it would seem, with any desire of making conquests, but simply for the protection of his own frontier.

    Ancient Egypt

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  • Or perhaps you want to direct users that visit uat.mydomain.com to new functionality so they can test it.

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  • Awwwww, so I guess I'll see yo uat the valentines ball together? '

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  • According to all the bammers uat didn't run trick plays, right?

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  • I don't care whether uat gets what's coming to them or not.

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