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  • One is that Satan sought to kill the uncircumcised baby, and the appellation “a bridegroom [hatan] of blood” was given to the child himself, who thereby become a hatan (the title given to the child who undergoes circumcision).

    Zipporah: Midrash and Aggadah.

  • She then flings the foreskin at “his” feet, declaring that he is hatan damim to her (Exod 4: 26).

    Zipporah: Bible.

  • (Damim means “blood,” and hatan can mean either “bridegroom” or “father-in-law.”)

    Zipporah: Bible.

  • The story is already difficult for the narrator, who adds a comment that hatan damim refers to circumcision.

    Zipporah: Bible.

  • The great granduncle, Bhishma, warns Duryodhan, "na chet grahishyate vakyam shrotasi subahun hatan" (if you do not listen to me, many will get killed).

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  • Sumut Ach - puasa bersama yang diseleng - Rumondang, pengidap HIV/Kabupaten/Kota di Sumatera mad Ramadhan, Kepala Klinik garakan ForumWartawan Kese - AIDS pada kelompok usia 25 - Utara akan memiliki layanan VCT Rutan Tanjung Gusta dr. hatan (FORWAKES) di restoran 34 tahun sebanyak

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  • (GF-AIDS) Dinas Kese - tan diskusi yang melibatkan Demikian dikatakan Kepala guna narkotik suntik dan pa - hatan Sumut Andi Ilham Lubis mitra kerja seperti FORWAKES Bidang Pemberantasan Penya - sangan pengguna narkotik sun - mengatakan, angka estimasi ini, penanggulangan HIV/AIDS kit dan Penyehatan Lingkungan tik mencapai 30 persen.

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  • Di desain sebagai rumah peristira - hatan bagi keluarga kecil yang terdiri dari orang tua dan dua anaknya yang beranjak dewasa.

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  • "Kita memang hatan makin cemas ketika pro - mengintervensi proses penega - laksana Tugas

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  • to be called in Old English

    February 18, 2007