NOAH


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AcronymDefinition
NOAHNew York Online Access to Health
NOAHNational Office of Animal Health (UK)
NOAHNational Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation
NOAHNational Organization for the Advancement of Hispanics
NOAHNetwork Of Animal Health
NOAHNo One At Home
NOAHNational Operations & Analysis Hub (US intelligence fusion system)
NOAHNorthern Ohio Association of Herpetologists
NOAHNeighbourhood Old Age Homes (South Africa)
NOAHNational Opportunities for Affordable Housing Foundation
NOAHNorwegian Adapted Hawk
NOAHNational Organization for American Humanities (Kirkland, WA)
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Viaburi, you fetch 'm one fella Noa Noah along me," she commanded.
The young blades would have it that none other than old Noah himself had come on board with the remnants of the Lost Tribes, and to elderly female passengers spun hair-raising accounts of the sinking of an entire tropic island by volcanic and earthquake action.
Perhaps some of the most beautiful lines are those which tell of the dove that Noah sent forth from the ark.
The list of plays thus presented commonly included: The Fall of Lucifer; the Creation of the World and the Fall of Adam; Noah and the Flood; Abraham and Isaac and the promise of Christ's coming; a Procession of the Prophets, also foretelling Christ; the main events of the Gospel story, with some additions from Christian tradition; and the Day of Judgment.
She thought that the two primeval pups that Noah chased into the ark were but a collateral branch of my ancestors.
Tom had two abettors, in the shape of a couple of old boys, Noah and Benjamin by name, who defended him from Charity, and expended much time upon his education.
He was a youth by the side of Noah, scarce seventy years old--a cheery, humorous, kind-hearted old man, full of sixty years of Vale gossip, and of all sorts of helpful ways for young and old, but above all for children.
If Job Higgins and Noah Freeman hadn't spoken for the last six months, their "old women" would be sure to get it patched up by that day.
The same with the boys: they were Benjamins, Jacobs, Noahs, Enochs.
They had teased him, called him Noah and Monk; and, when he had broken out, no one had helped him, but everyone had turned away from him with horror and disgust.
I'm Mister Noah Claypole,' said the charity-boy, 'and you're under me.
The shop-boys in the neighbourhood had long been in the habit of branding Noah in the public streets, with the ignominious epithets of 'leathers,' 'charity,' and the like; and Noah had bourne them without reply.