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Amad a.k.a. `Amad is a village in western central Yemen. It is located in the San‘a’ Governorate.

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Google previewOECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2001 (2001)

by OECD

AMAD is a co-operative effort between Agriculture and Agri-food Canada, EU Commission-Agriculture Director-General, FAO, OECD, The World Bank, UNCTAD, and the United States Department of Agriculture-Economic Research Service.

Google previewDepartment of Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Defense Program: Annual Report to Congress and Performance Plan 2001

M90 Automatic Agent Detector (AMAD) The AMAD is an automatic nerve and mustard agent detector that detects agents in vapor form. This system is currently in use by the Air Force. It transmits an alarm by radio to a central alarm unit.

Google previewDepartment of Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Defense Program Annual Report to Congress 2003

M90 Automatic Agent Detector (AMAD) The AMAD is an automatic nerve and mustard agent detector that detects agents in vapor form. This system is currently in use by the Air Force. It transmits an alarm by radio to a central alarm unit.

Google previewDances of India (2002)

by Shobhna Gupta

Amad is a technique in which dancers move in rhythmic circles. Toras or bols ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Old English Language (1878)

by Francis Henry Stratmann

290; nêdelonges Amad. eh. Hobs. XII. iiean, A. Sax. nean, prope; сотр. fornean. neat, A. Sax. neat, О. Fris, nât, O. Ice!, na ut, O. IL Germ, nôz, from neoten, neat (nawt, nowtj, pecus; neet "bos", prompt.

Google previewThe International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (2015)

by Orr, James

AMAD. a ̄ ́mad (òîòã, ‛am‛a ̄dh): A town in northern Palestine, which fell to the tribe of Asher in the division of the land (Jos. 19:26). The modern ruin 'Amud near Accho may be the site.

Google previewA new Hindustani-English dictionary (1879)

by S W. Fallon

Amad mm uiki matt hue. kuchh khaba Sâiji hai kann, jam kahäh, aur kidhar Drunk with delight that ehe would Where'er it be, of wine, or enp, or go amad, adj. Opp. of äururd far-fetehed, 1. What comes naturally ...

Google previewA Romanized Hindūstāni and English Dictionary (1864)

Designed for the Use of Schools ... by Nathaniel Brice

Amad, 8.f. arrival, income, ...

Google previewThe Routledge Dictionary of Judaism (2004)

by Alan Avery-Peck, Jacob Neusner

Ma'amad (Hebrew: “delegation”) A priestly delegation. In Temple times, twentyfour different priestly watches were in charge of the Jerusalem Temple, and for each watch there was a ma'amad (delegation), made up of priests, Levites, and ...

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Scrabble value of A1M3A1D2

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