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NEHNational Endowment for the Humanities
NEHNehemiah
NEHNational Eye Hospital (Egypt)
NEHNortheast Harbor (Maine)
NEHNorth Eastern Hill (Indian region)
NEHNew Economic History (economics and political science)
NEHNew England Heritage (insurance; Massachusetts)
NEHNatural Event Hazard
NEHNuwara Eliya Hotels Co. Ltd.
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"Sitting on Nehemiah's board are members from mixed ethnicity, including African, African-Caribbean, Asian and White European, with a ratio of 40 per cent female to 60 per cent male board members.
'It is the thrill and excitement of wrestling with the cattle, and the opportunity to showcase my skill in proper animal handling that pushes me to return and join the rodeo festival in Masbate,' Nehemiah told the Inquirer.
Nehemiah Security offers cybersecurity software that is able to automatically detect and remediate exploits without relying on signatures of any kind.
According to a new survey conducted for Nehemiah, the vast majority of Americans surveyed (93%), think having a runny nose is annoying and 81% are annoyed by not having tissues when they need them.
A highlight from the newly published Museum of the Bible collection is a fragment from the Book of Nehemiah (Nehemiah 2:13-16).
Artaxerxes, the king reigning from Ezra chapter 7 through the entire Book of Nehemiah is understood to simply be another royal title for Darius.
WOOLDALE | At Wooldale Free Church the service on Sunday was led by Mrs Margaret Tinker, who read the lectionary readings for the day, which were Psalm 19, Nehemiah, 1 Corinthians and Luke Chapter 4.
"He's not angry, he's upset about it," said Nehemiah. "We build people up to break them down, that's just human nature".
Nehemiah Palmer attempted to smuggle both items into Cardiff Prison shortly after beginning a 16-month stretch for fraud.
1rst, or Greek, Esdras, by most scholars' opinions a later rewrite of parts of 2nd Chronicles, Ezra, and Nehemiah, is, as Fried describes it here and in other writings, "the law triumphant." It is useful in checking the closely related texts of Ezra-Nehemiah and further develops the theology of Israel's exile as a failure to observe Torah.
Throughout this study the financial crisis reported in Nehemiah 5 plays a major role.
Paul Community Baptist Church & Chair of EBC; Council Member Charles Barron; Assemblywoman Inez Barron; Greg Watson, New York State Homes and Community Renewal; Sarah Plowden, Nehemiah Homeowner, East NY Resident; Deborah Widerkehr, CPC Resources; Thomas McGrath, CPC Resources.