Nimrod


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(Old Testament) a famous hunter

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When the original tribes were dispersed, more than four thousand years ago, Nimrod and a large party traveled three or four hundred miles, and settled where the great city of Babylon afterwards stood.
They broke off fragments from Noah's tomb; from the exquisite sculptures of the temples of Baalbec; from the houses of Judas and Ananias, in Damascus; from the tomb of Nimrod the Mighty Hunter in Jonesborough; from the worn Greek and Roman inscriptions set in the hoary walls of the Castle of Banias; and now they have been hacking and chipping these old arches here that Jesus looked upon in the flesh.
I've been looking at them a bit this morning; and upon my word, Black Boss, and Grey Tom, and that young Nimrod are the finest animals I've seen for many a day!' Then followed a particular discussion of their various merits, succeeded by a sketch of the great things he intended to do in the horse-jockey line, when his old governor thought proper to quit the stage.
There were Cain and Nimrod, and Nero, and Caligula, and Dionysius, and Pisistratus, and - and a thousand others, who never knew what it was to have a soul during the latter part of their lives; yet, sir, these men adorned society.
SHARJAH, 3rd September, 2019 (WAM) -- The Gorky Moscow Art Theatre will stage Nimrod, a theatrical work written by H.H.
A collection of stories about RAF Nimrod aircraft housed in Kinloss for many years has been released.
Gwadar -- Researchers have found traces of Nimrod here in Pakistan in the face of an ancient gate named 'Sutak Deen Dar' some 150 kilometres from Gwadar city.
Probing deeper, two of our famous TV faces interviewing the Defence Secretary majored on "The government's failure" to replace our well-proven multi-role surveillance aircraft, Nimrod, effectively claiming that between 1995 and 2012 both Labour and Conservatives failed to put a replacement in service.
Five years after scrapping the Nimrod spy planes, he confirmed plans to buy nine new US-built Boeing P-8 Poseidon s.
A professional test pilot and author of many books in the subject, Blackman was associated with the Comet IV conversion into the various Nimrod maritime surveillance machines during the forty years of their native service.
Currently, JTC Group was selected to administer a new listed specialist investment firm Nimrod Sea Assets Limited, is a Guernsey domiciled company and would be injecting in vehicles which take on, charter and sell marine assets affiliated with the offshore oil and gas industry.
The SNP have promised to replace Nimrod spy planes in an independent Scotland.
But some denizens of the McKenzie River corridor are feeling disrespected this week, after someone stole a brand new sign that reads "NIMROD" from the small community that bears that same name.
A CATALOGUE of concerns about the airworthiness of the RAF's Nimrod spy planes were raised eight years before one exploded over Afghanistan, killing all on board.
Doric Nimrod Air Two Limited (DNA2) has joined the Specialist Fund Market (SFM) on the London Stock Exchange to.