line 50 (Hilprecht, Freibrief Neb.); Cun.
Mex.; Kiowan, Neb.; Kitunahan, Brit.
The expressions yr hwn, y neb, " the one," are mistaken for relatives by the old grammarians; the true relative follows: yr hwn a =" the one who."
In the Saite period accordingly the figure of the sphinx was used as a hieroglyph for neb, " master," "lord."
To raise funds, for what was in fact a failing company, the NEB sold the still fledgling Newbrain project to Newbury Laboratories.
Information is given on the effects and timing of NEB, the effects on the reproductive process, and changes in blood metabolites.
Get oot the road noo. ' ' But it's richt in front o yer neb!
South of Jebel el-Abiac), beneath the main ridge, which as a rule falls away suddenly towards the east, occur several small elevated terraces having a southward slope; among these are the Wadi en-Nusur ("vale of eagles"), and the basin of the lake Yammuna, with its intermittent spring Neb`a el-Arba'in.
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