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  • "Neh" usually, which usually seems to be like the "no" use to request affirmation at the end of a statement.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • "Neh" usually, which usually seems to be like the "no" use to request affirmation at the end of a statement.

    Spectator Sports

  • The sound that American wind turbines produce as their giant, breeze-propelled blades whip around is a distinctive: Neh-neh-neh-neh-neh-neh.

    Leo W. Gerard: American Wind Turbines Sound Like Freedom

  • The sound that American wind turbines produce as their giant, breeze-propelled blades whip around is a distinctive: Neh-neh-neh-neh-neh-neh.

    Leo W. Gerard: American Wind Turbines Sound Like Freedom

  • The sound that American wind turbines produce as their giant, breeze-propelled blades whip around is a distinctive: Neh-neh-neh-neh-neh-neh.

    Leo W. Gerard: American Wind Turbines Sound Like Freedom

  • As I was googling, I found out that Ah Niu, a Malaysian singer included "Abu Neh Neh" in his lyrics.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • As I was googling, I found out that Ah Niu, a Malaysian singer included "Abu Neh Neh" in his lyrics.

    Malaysian/Singaporean English Pt.3

  • If so, the idea of a female prophet was presumably taken for granted in the later period as well (compare Noadiah in Neh 6: 14).

    Huldah: Bible.

  • The observance of the 1 Tishrei as Rosh Hashanah is based principally on the mention of "zikkaron" ("memorial day"; Lev 23:24) and the reference of Ezra to the day as one "holy to the Lord" (Neh 8:9) seem to point.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • The pious Tchi-Neh; or, A veritable history of the great election fraud: in which the "Shanghai Chief Nehemiah" (Tchi-Neh) figures conspicuously by R. W Wright

    An Election Challenge Part III

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