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  • Also, speak­ing from my own expe­ri­ence and from many con­ver­sa­tions with friends, many peo­ple are turned off by the gym expe­ri­ence because they don’t like how their bod­ies look, espe­cially in ath­letic wear.

    Real Beauty « Snarkmarket

  • a skin condition diagnosed as Zara ` ath, which is usually translated as leprosy.


  • The word "Athgan" means scout, and it is a compound of ath, meaning look, and gan, meaning man, which gives "look-man," or scout.

    Escape on Venus

  • De'ath's team examined the thickness and density of annual layers of calcium carbonate to determine the rate of deposits for a type of coral called porites going back more than 400 years.

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  • Al-Douri: The Ba'ath's position on negotiations, especially with the American and

    Palestine Blogs aggregator

  • 26: 16 (R.V., "fever") of the Hebrew word kaddah'ath, meaning "kindling", i.e., an inflammatory or burning fever.

    Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • One week after conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy took his o ath of office, his government said Spain's budget deficit will be about 8% of gross domestic product in 2011—well above the 6% target the previous government of Socialist Prime Minister José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero committed to with the European Union and financial markets.

    Spain Misses Deficit Target, Sets Cuts

  • | Reply sorry i thought ath was an NBC sitcom map my bad

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - The NYC sitcom map

  • Cariad -- Welsh for love, top write-in choice, prounounced carry-ath as far as I've been able to tell from baby name sites

    One of These Things...

  • I kept waiting for it to come on ath the end of the news, but instead watched the horse-drawn coffin and all the coverage ... too young to know what was really going on.

    'Letters to Jackie' captures a nation's anguish


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  • See Omniglot. Used to write the fictional language Baronh.

    November 1, 2008