Alphabet Stations - E10; EZI This station probably operated by the Mossad, Israel's secret service Spy (alphabet) stations with ENIGMA 2000 classification - E10 , have been monitored with female operators (live, or automated voice recordings) reading coded 5 - Letter groups. These stations have been monitored since the mid -1970's. Transmissions primarily appear to be one-way broadcasts and are usually identified with a tactical call-sign consisting of 3 phonetic letters (such as Charlie India Oscar. or Victor Lima Bravo, etc.). sometimes followed by a suffixed digit; the suffix "1" is indicative of a test transmission; a "2" means " no message." Broadcasts are often simulcast over several frequencies by a given call-sign. E10 - EZI have been reported on freq(kHz): 6840; 7960; 9130; 11565; 13533; 15980; 17410; 19715; 20474; 23739 ENIGMA Classifications: E10 call: EZI RX: IC-R75 Ant: LW DATE: 10/07/08 UTC: 18:17 FREQ: 9130.0 kHz MODE: USB LOC: JN69PS
Koran word count miracle debunked This video is an answer to javedmahmood's Miracles of Quran ( the mathematical discovery 1) But obviously he blocks comments and video responses. It is possible to check the numbers. There are many online Korans with search features, two of them: http Lane's Lexicon bahr=sea, singular 2:50, 2:164, 5:96, 6:59, 6:63, 6:97, 7:138, 7:163, 10:22, 10:90, 14:32, 16:14, 17:66, 17:67, 17:70, 18:61, 18:63, 18:79, 18:109, 18:109, 20:77, 22:65, 24:40, 26:63, 27:63, 30:41, 31:27, 31:31, 42:32, 44:24, 45:12, 52:6, 55:24 (33) barr=land 5:96, 6:59, 6:63, 6:97, 10:22, 17:67, 17:68, 17:70, 27:63, 29:65, 30:41, 31:32 (12) 113 Akhirat 2:4,86,94102114130200201217220 3:22,45,56,77,85145148152176 4:74,77134 5:5,33,41 6:32,92113150 7:45147156169 8:67 9:38,38,69,74 10:64 11:16,19,22103 12:37,57101109 13:26,34 14:3,27 16:22,30,41,60107109122 17:10,19,21,45,72104 20:127 22:11,15 23:33,74 24:14,19,23 27:3,4,5,66 28:70,77,83 29:20,27,64 30:7,16 31:4 33:29,57 34:1,8,21 39:9,26,45 40:39,43 41:7,16,31 42:20,20 43:35 53:25,27 57:20 59:3 60:13 68:33 74:53 75:21 79:25 87:17 92:13 93:4 There are 4 main ways of counting: singular forms without pronoun suffixed (example day) all singular forms (man-woman) singular+dual+plural (angel-devil) all words with one root (benefit-corrupt) If you claim a miracle you should show statistical evidence, but he has just shown some examples. You have to compare the balanced word pairs and the whole of all word pairs. No ...
Irish Language Lesson 7 "Habitual Present Tense & Other Endings" READ THIS!!! LÉIGH É SEO!!! (Standard) Present Tense Endings: 1s; -(a)im: I ___ 2s; -(e)ann tú: you ___ 3s; -(e)ann sé/sí: he/she ___ 1pl; -(a)imíd: we ___ 2pl; -(e)ann sibh: ye ___ 3pl; -(e)ann siad / (a)id: they ___ Passive; -t(e)ar: [noun] is/are ___ [eg Chítear go minic é; He is seen often] Munster: The above endings are standard Connacht: The above endings often have -s suffixed to them to form -(e)anns Ulster: The above endings are treated as the Habitual Present Tense. -(a)idh is supposedly used but I've never heard it said and if I have I obviously didn't take any notice. Non-Standard Present Tense Endings 1s; -(a)im: I ___ 2s; -(e)as tú: you ___ 3s; -(e)as sé/sí: he/she ___ 1pl; -(e)as muid: we ___ [Not used in Munster] 2pl; -(e)as sibh: ye ___ 3pl; -(e)as siad: they ___ Passive; -t(e)ar: [noun(s)] is/are ___ [eg Chítear go minic é; He is seen often] Munster: The 2s. ending -(e)as tú is SOMETIMES used. The endings for the other persons are not used. Connacht: The above endings are very common. Ulster: The above endings are also used in Ulster. Therefore all these are variations of translating the sentence "Do you see him?"; Standard: An bhfeiceann tú é? Munster: An gcíonn tú é? An gcíos tú é? An bhf(e)iceann tú é? Connacht: An bhfeiceann(s) tú é? An bhfeiceas tú é? Ulster: An bhfeiceann tú é? An bhfeiceas tú é? Now, the Habitual Present form of the verb Bí: In the first video you learnt "Tá" which refers to HOW something is NOW. "Bíonn" however refers to HOW ...
Intro To Modern Assyrian - Lesson 10 This is the 10th lesson of an Intro To Modern Assyrian. It covers conjugating "to eat" in the present continuous tense. The vocabulary section covers the suffixed possessive pronouns and how to use them. There is also a review of the numbers 1-10. DISCLAIMER: I am only familiar with the Urmi dialect of Assyrian as spoken by the diaspora. That is the dialect presented in these lessons. I recognize others, but I do not consider myself able to teach them. TO SPEAKERS: I understand that you may speak a different dialect. I am glad to have those difference pointed out, but I cannot be expected to account for dialect differences I am not familiar with. TO LEARNERS: Assyrians are very capable at understanding dialects that are not their own. Learning any one of them is a great benefit, and will allow you to communicate with almost any speaker (though your pronunciation or word choice may be considered strange, and there are some [loan] words that may not be understood by everyone).
Finger A finger is a type of digit, an organ of manipulation and sensation found in the hands of humans and other primates. Normally humans have five digits on each hand (exceptions are polydactyly, hypodactyly and digit loss). The first digit is the thumb, followed by index finger, middle finger, ring finger, and little finger or pinky. Some other languages use the same generic term for all five digits of a hand. Linguistically, it appears that the original sense was to include the thumb as a finger: penkwe-ros (also rendered as penqrós) was, in the inferred Proto-Indo-European language, a suffixed form of penkwe (or penqe), "five", which has given rise to many Indo-European-family words (tens of them defined in English dictionaries) that involve or flow from concepts of fiveness. Chimpanzees have lower limbs that are specialized for manipulation, and (arguably) have fingers on their lower limbs as well. The term 'finger' is not applied to the digits of most other animals, such as canines, felines, or ungulates, none of which can engage in fine manipulation with their forelimbs as a primate can.
Thunder on the Y - intro Introduction to my newest production - Thunder on the Y. The Y is the Wairarapa Line and is often abbreviated to "The Y" - also, trains that are diverted along this line have a Y suffixed on their train symbol. I'm pushing to have this DVD ready by the 19th February 2011, possibly sooner. See what you think - I can always change it.
WebM Test (Harry Potter: The Chamber of Secrets - Title Sequence) Testing to see how well WebM works on YouTube. Title Sequence ripped using Mencoder SVN-33060 into an avi. Avi transcoded into webm using ffmpeg git-f4f4fe12 and the libvpx libraries. Advanced Web Browsers should have WebM support built-in. To view the WebM version of the video use the &webm=1 suffixed to the end of the URI.
Gibson Joe Bonamassa Les Paul - Bonamassa Burst - Nevada Music UK Buy this Les Paul Here - Here's treat for all Joe Bonamassa fans - his latest Gibson Les Paul VOS Signature Model finished in a colour that has been dubbed "Bonamassaburst" - This is a Limited Edition model which will be made in very small batches of 25 - as of the writing of this review 75 have been made and Gibson are as yet unsure if any more will be issued so this is a unique chance to get your hands on a genuine rarity ... The Gibson Joe Bonamassa Ltd Edition VOS Les Paul uses a 2-piece chambered Mahogany body with a carved Maple top, this is complimented by a 1 piece Mahogany neck and a 22 fret Rosewood fretboard with Acrylic Trapezoidal fret inlays. At the bottom of the neck the bell-shaped truss rod cover bears the "BONAMASSA" name to identify this model as a Joe Bonamassa signature model. The headstock has an Ebony overlay with the standard gold Gibson logo and the traditional Les Paul "Open Book" shaped headstock - it's also worth noting that the rear of the Gibson Les Paul Joe Bonamassa VOS has been finished in an Ebony gloss (Black) including the body, neck and rear of the headstock ... The pick-ups are a Burstbucker 2 and a Burstbucker 3 although from the Gibson specifications it is unclear at which positions they are located, they have also been suffixed with "R" (Burstbucker 2) and "T"(Burstbucker 3). There is no official explanation withiin the Gibson specs as to what this stands for, so I'm hazarding a guess that the "R" stands for ...
Angry Guy Rants about the English language Please bear with me. Also 50 points to anyone who can find the subtle joke.
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menino com 31 dedos - the boy with 31 fingers - Garoto com 15 dedos nas mãos e 16 dedos nos pés - Boy with 15 fingers and 16 toes - Ninõ con 15 dedos y 16 dedos de los pies - ragazzo con 15 dita e 16 piedi - garçon avec 15 doigts et 16 orteils - Jungen mit 15 Fingern und Zehen 16 - мальчик с 15 пальцами и 16 пальцами ======== A six-year-old Chinese boy born with 31 fingers and toes has undergone an operation to remove the extra digits. During the 6½-hour surgery in Shengjing Hospital in Shenyang, China, doctors removed 11 fingers and toes. On each hand, some of the child's fingers were fused, according to the Daily Mail. The unnamed boy, who according to his mother had been called a "monster" by his kindergarten classmates, may hold the world record for the greatest number of fingers and toes on a human being, according to the Daily Mail. One of his hands had seven fingers and the other had eight. Four fingers on one hand and three on the other were fused. The boy's condition, polydactyly, is a relatively rare genetic disorder. Usually with this condition, the extra digits are on the little finger side of the hand. The Chinese boy seems to have central polydactyly, a rarer disorder in which the middle fingers are affected, according to the Daily Mail. ======= Os dedos são as extremidades dos membros dos mamíferos, mas também se dá este nome a alguns artículos dos apêndices de muitos artrópodes e de outros pequenos animais. Nos mamíferos, o número básico de dedos em cada membro é de cinco, mas muitas espécies perderam ...
e-Services to Keep Your Digital Files Current Thursday, April 1, College Park, MD -- This presentation was hosted by the National Archives Center for Advanced Systems and Technologies (NCAST) at the National Archives at College Park, MD. The speaker is Dr. Peter Bajcsy, NCAST Research partner at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA), at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). Dr. Bajcsy discusses how a growing number of obsolete, near-obsolete, upgraded, and brand new file formats can be kept current through the use of tools developed by his team. Learn more about these new research tools and e-services. For more information, visit the NCAST web site at www.archives.gov/ncast . There you will find links to the free software and services discussed in this presentation that archivists can use to do their work.
Children's BBC continuity 29.08.86 with Debbie Flint, including Silas, Mysterious Cities of Gold From Friday 29 August 1986, this is an extract of Children's BBC - with Debbie Flint - from the last day of morning programmes during the summer holidays. The sequence starts with the very end of the final (twelfth) episode of Silas, in which the former circus boy ditches his new found life and rides off into the sunset with Godik. This is followed by a trailer for a new series called The Mysterious Cities of Gold, which begins on Monday, which is suffixed with news of that day's Blue Peter. A link from Debbie Flint follows, into the next programme - Newsround Special Delivery. www.the-broom-
Fleetwood Mac Rhiannon In Concert 1976 (c)Copyright belongs to the rightful owner I DO NOT OWN THIS VIDEO. © "Rhiannon" is a single released by Fleetwood Mac in 1976. The song was written by Stevie Nicks for the band."Rhiannon" was voted #488 in The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time by Rolling Stone magazine. Its US chart peak was in June 1976, when it hit #11.It reached #46 in the UK singles chart after re-release in February 1978.The song is always referred to as simply "Rhiannon" on Fleetwood Mac albums. The suffixed title "Rhiannon (Will You Ever Win)" was only used on singles in certain territories.Live performances of the song were sometimes prefaced with Nicks saying, "This is a song about an old Welsh witch."During 1975-1980, Fleetwood Mac's live performances of "Rhiannon" took on a theatrical intensity not present on the FM-radio single. The song built to a climax in which Nicks' vocals were so impassioned that, as drummer and band co-founder Mick Fleetwood said, "her Rhiannon in those days was like an exorcism." Nicks discovered Rhiannon through a novel called Triad, by Mary Leader. The novel is about a woman named Charlotte, who is possessed by another woman named Rhiannon. There is mention of the Welsh legend of Rhiannon in the novel, but the characters in the novel bear little resemblance to their original Welsh namesakes (both Rhiannon and Branwen are major female characters in the medieval Welsh prose tales of the Mabinogi).Nicks bought the novel in an airport just before a long flight and thought ...
sam's farewell song well...sam sings for harshad...a voice coming from deep corners of his heart.....and song is suffixed by an appropriate moment of intimacy between two friends..........
Philippe Jaroussky - Nisi Dominus VII - A. Vivaldi - Philippe Jaroussky. J.-Ch. Spinosi and Ensemble Matheus. 2008 Antonio Vivaldi "Nisi Dominus" (RV 608) "Gloria padri" - Larghetto - "Gloria Patri" is a trinitarian doxology customarily suffixed to Psalms and Canticles, and to fragments of them, in such places as the Introit and Gradual of the Mass. Also, sometimes used as an offertory response". English translation The Book of Common Prayer, 1662: "Glory be to the Father, and to the Son: and to the Holy Ghost;" The Book of Common Prayer [US], 1979 "Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit:" ---------------------------------- - Painters: Jusepe de Ribera, El Greco, Hendrick van Balen,
Words with -ed.m4v This is a "Phonics PhotoStory" that focuses on the suffix -ed.
Default Option On The Fracas About where Raz pitches fierce antipathy at Gob, her retort's config dismisses to default. The Monarch of Expletives ( ) blitzing the fracas, stumbles flippant as a Freud-struck gigolo to show, uprooted and arched like an astute acrobat with a bamboo shoot, whupping up all the non-starters' ears' arses, and alights inconspic on all sundry's lips. Grasping onto tongue's rungs like a trapeze artist, a shout's fall of fault-ups behind each perfect vault-up, it browbeats the crowd with self-implored encores, heating the melee into a stew of razzed tiz. The slur, urged on by its own ***ual fervour, leeches its slang onto bitses of speeches, altercates back and forth, serrating rhetoric into bite-sized phrases, cussing down dead the decayed esprit de corps, til those French-mindees most 'fected can get themselves suffixed or just prefix off. Insidious, the agro constrained in the word, enflames the most timid of wild beast tamers, hurtling its ruckused fist into each-to-their-own's hard sworn Opinion, and puffs up in the airbagged face of some schmuck vocab's margins. The incendiary pandemonium finds itself factioned off, smashed. The satisfied word smirks and sneaks thence unheard, faints away like the absurd slurps of a belly's internal belch, feigning private disgust at its cul-de-sac'd self.
Darkness Darkness (also called lightlessness) is the absence of light. Scientifically it is only possible to have a reduced amount of light. The emotional response to an absence of light has inspired metaphor in literature, symbolism in art, and emphasis. Evil, in many cultures, is a broad term used to describe intentional negative moral acts or thoughts that are cruel, unjust or selfish. Evil is usually contrasted with good, which describes acts that are kind, just or unselfish. In some religions, evil is an active force, often personified as an entity such as Satan or Ahriman. Etymology The modern English word 'evil' (Old English Yfel) and its cognates such as the German 'Übel' and the Dutch 'Euvel' are widely considered to come from a Proto-Germanic reconstructed form *Ubilaz, comparable to the Hittite huwapp- ultimately from the Proto-Indo-European form *wap- and suffixed zero-grade form *up-elo-. Other later Germanic forms include Middle English evel, ifel, ufel Old Frisian evel (adjective & noun), Old Saxon ubil, Old High German ubil, and Gothic ubils. The root meaning is of obscure origin though shown to be akin to modern English 'over' and modern German 'über' (OE ofer) and 'up' (OE up, upp) with the basic idea of "transgressing".
Spelltime06 unit05 page21 The suffix ed forms a second syllable after d or t sounds