- Definition a horn. NASB Word Usage hill (1), horn (24), horns (46), might (1), rays (1), strength (1), tusks (1).
- Ostracods and foraminifera from the Early - Middle Eocene of Qeren
- thick Qeren Sartabasection, central Jordan Valley, are described and illustrated. The material is The Eocene section in.
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- Qeren. Member. L.
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- qeren mošrōqi qayterōs śabk pesantērin sūmpōneyā. LXX salpinx syrinx kithara sambūkē for qeren, they occur in the Bible only in this one phrase.
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- Sep 28, 2010 Genevieve Kuek Qeren Communications, firstname.lastname@example.org +65 97633110. Joanne Sng-Lee Qeren Communications Joanne@qeren.
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- Qeren Communications. Tel: 97633110 email@example.com
- Qeren - Hebrew Lexicon
- The Hebrew lexicon is Brown, Driver, Briggs, Gesenius Lexicon; this is keyed to the Theological Word Book of the Old Testament.
- Strong's Hebrew: 7161. קָ֫רֶן (qeren) -- a horn
- qeren. << 7160. 7161.
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