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  • 'O ka' ohi 'ana i ka' auhau, ka ho'onohonoho 'ana i nā' āina mahi 'ai, ke kai lawai'a, a me ka hō'ākoakoa' ana ho'i i nā limahana no ke kūkulu 'ana i ka heiau, ka loko i'a, a i' ole ka ho'oma'ema'e 'ana i ka' auwai o ka lo'i kalo, 'o ia kekahi o nā kuleana o ke konohiki.

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  • 'O ka' ohi 'ana i ka' auhau, ka ho'onohonoho 'ana i nā' āina mahi 'ai, ke kai lawai'a, a me ka hō'ākoakoa' ana ho'i i nā limahana no ke kūkulu 'ana i ka heiau, ka loko i'a, a i' ole ka ho'oma'ema'e 'ana i ka' auwai o ka lo'i kalo, 'o ia kekahi o nā kuleana o ke konohiki.

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  • July 31, 2009 at 10:16 pm ohi- I iz lat two dis sads event- butz I haz a gud song dat mit helpz- it iz frum da epsicocats hymal supplement n iz actumusly a Navajo praise song- I lubz it berry, berry muchly n it makz me feelz bedda whenz I listenz two it. iz cawled “peace before us” I wishez I still hadz mai cd wif da Navajo chant unda it……

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  • November 14th, 2008 at 10:26 pm flowers by dianne ohi consulting flower mound texas cleveland flowers superpages marguerite flower clipart wedding flowers fannin houston texas animated flowers clip art

    Matthew Yglesias » Articles

  • From this, and also a quotation of the same passage in chap.xix. of this book, it appears that Irenaeus must have read hos ... egennethe here, and not ohi ... egennethesan.

    ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus

  • A diverse mosaic of mid-elevation koa - ` ohi ` a forest stands on lava flows of different ages.

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  • [74] Kai ohi meta logou biosantes Christianoi eisi.

    The Sermons of John Owen

  • * Kai ohi meta logou biosantes Christianoi eisi: [5424] 1

    The Sermons of John Owen

  • [Greek: ohi men (Thettaloi) sphisin autois haei polemousin].

    Plutarch's Morals

  • See the parable of the unjust Steward, in which the popular sense of [Greek: phronaesis] is strongly brought out; [Greek: ephaenesen ho kurios ton oikonomon taes adikias oti phronimos epoiaesen hoti ohi viohi tou aionos toutou phronimoteroi, k.t.l.] -- Luke xvi.

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