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Piel is a fictional character in the 1982 animated, science-fiction film, Les Maîtres du temps.
Piel is a Venezuelan telenovela which starred Alba Roversi, José Luis Rodríguez, Eduardo Serrano and Astrid Gruber. It was produced and broadcast on Marte TV in 1992.
- begun in (23 years ago)
- country: Venezuela
- genre: Soap opera
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SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT (2011)
GOD CAME AS HUMAN BEING by Evangelist Leon Kabasele
The word piel means to keep sacred, to honour as sacred, to set apart as sacred —to consecrate, dedicate, or to observe as holy. In Greek, it means hadiamos and is the relationship with God into which men enter by faith in Christ. To open ...
Brecht and Critical Theory (2005)
The dialectic staged by Trauer;piel is a relaxed, disordered dialectic, ...
The Journal of Philology (1868)
by William George Clark, John Eyton Bickersteth Mayor, William Aldis Wright, Ingram Bywater, Henry Jackson
idque proprie; and the frequentative conjugation Piel is that commonly used in the sense of speaking. Between diber and amar there is this general distinction, that the latter may or may not imply articulate utterance, but relates primarily to ...
Freedom beyond Forgiveness (1997)
The Book of Jonah Re-examined by Thomas M. Bolin
Sasson points out that, while the piel is an odd choice to describe the reflexive action of clothing oneself, this form of the verb in the Old Testament signifies the covering over of transgressions or of being covered in righteousness.23 Such ...
by G. Johannes Botterweck, Helmer Ringgren, Heinz-Josef Fabry
Forms of sāzein, “preserve, save,” translate mlt 49 times (niphal 37 times, piel 11 times, hiphil once) and plt 12 times (piel once; otherwise only verbal nouns: ...
Revised Full-Color Edition by Merrill C. Tenney
The piel involved the doubling of the middle consonant, and it either intensified the action (thus, “sibber, “shatter,” from šādbar, “break”), or else it rendered the action transitive or causative. From qā'daš “be holy,” the piel qiddēš meant ...
Joh. Jac. Schudt ... Trifolium Hebræo-philologicum, exhibens: I. Textum Hebr. cum versione Lat.¬is ... II. Vocabularium. III. Lexicon verbale&reale. E quatuor capitibus prioribus Genes., etc (1695)
yi perverfiu e$, diffortua , contortua est, Piel.roy corrupit. Hiph. "y, iniqnè egit, unde ny f.perverfitas. Sedi)S m. iniquitau, vanitas, conftr.!'Neftå rad inufitata)N, vid. Fessel. Advers.S.L. 8. C. 19 , p ...
by David J. Bodenhamer, Robert G. Barrows
Piel, Sr., in 1867. This small facility had a grind capacity of 3,000 bushels of com per day, but production halted on October 8, ...
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Scrabble value of P3I1E1L1
The value of this 4-letter word is 6 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.Couldn't select: Got error 28 from storage engine