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  • As a matter of fact, the Zapotecs have always called themselves Be'ena'a, which means "The People."

    The indigenous people of Oaxaca

  • Her name means "raging fire" and Nahi'ena'ena came to be highly regarded because of her social and spiritual rank.

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  • Nahi'ena'ena represented a larger Hawaiian hope for survival.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • Nahi'ena'ena was in legend descended from the gods.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • "I saw her in the garden about an hour ago," was the reply; "you know, missus, she e'ena'most lives there."

    The Planter's Northern Bride

  • Nahi'ena'ena: Sacred Daughter of Hawaii by Marjorie Sinclair

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  • Did she take her out o 'the sea, as raged like all the devils let loose, and death itself a-hangin' round and fairly howlin 'for that child? did she stand on that rock, blind and deef and e'ena'most mazed with the beatin' and roarin 'and onearthly screechin' all round, and take that child from its dead mother's breast, and vow to the Lord, as helped in savin 'it, to do as should be done by it?

    Captain January

  • Weiss i sina politiska ställningstaganden under livets gång vandrat från den ena stora kampideologin till den andra och att Beise väl medveten om detta förhållande och vad som kan och bör sägas idag rörande Weiss på ett något kryptiskt sätt uttryckt detta förhållande.

    Peter Weiss - 4

  • Many readers of the New York Times probably dropped their jaws in amazement at the lead story last Sunday: Seven-year-old Ryan Massey, of Prenter, West Virginia, smiled back with capped teeth, the ena ...

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  • He suggests some ways newspapers can emerge from this recession with a structure that can ena….

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