HAMA

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HAMA

Abbreviation for human antimouse antibody.

HAMA

Human anti-mouse antibody, see there.
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1 - Providing service intertubular inspection Hamath technology and technology of stray magnetic flux (MFL technology) or equivalent, two sections of the transmission system of Bulgartransgas Ltd.
The religions were many: for example, there were shrines to a "Syrian goddess" (who was probably the same as the African Juno Caelitis), near a fort garrisoned by men from Hamath, in Syria.
Jonah ben Amitai is mentioned briefly in II Kings, where he delivered a short prophecy during the reign of King Jeroboam II (765-745 BCE) who restored the border of Israel from the entrance of Hamath unto the sea of the Arabah, according to the word of the Lord, the God of Israel which He spoke by the Lord of His servant Jonah ben Amitai (II Kg.
Other topics include the Kingdom of Hamath, typological and technical aspects of pottery, and coins.
1 named - intertubular inspection hamath technology and technology of stray magnetic flux (mfl technology) or equivalent, two sections of the transmission system of "bulgartransgas" ltd.
others from dies with letters engraved so that they are in relief on the bricks--unlike the cuneiform brick stamps, but attested by a fragment of an Aramaic stamp found at Hamath, as the discussion of "Inscribed and Impressed Bricks" notes (p.
In that day, my Lord will apply His hand again to redeeming the other part of His people from Assyria--as also from Egypt, Pathros, Nubia, Elam, Shinar, Hamath, and the coastlands.
The repeated failure of rebellions against Assyria (such as that led by Hamath in 720, and the various uprisings led by Ashdod and supported by Egypt which took place between 720 and 712) (27) lends plausibility to the imperial claims, and partisans of the "YHWH-alone party" would have felt it necessary to address this claim.
Ussishkin, "Building IV in Hamath and the Temples of Solomon and Tell Tayanat," IEJ 16 (1966): 104-10; J.