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ses·a·me

(ses'ă-mē),
Benne plant, an herb, Sesamum indicum (family Pedaliaceae), the seeds of which are used as a food and as the source of sesame oil.
[G. sēsamē, sesame, an Eastern leguminous plant]
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Robert Benne, "Lutheran Ethics: Perennial Themes and Contemporary Challenges," in Karen Bloomquist and John Stumme, eds.
24) Anke Hoeffler, "The Augmented Solow Model and the African Growth Debate," Background Paper, Center for the Study of African Economies, University of Oxford, (1999); Stephen O'Connell and Ndulu Benne, "Governance and Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa," Journal of Economic Perspectives 13, no.
Ask any of the old Bangaloreans about the best place for Benne Masala Dosa, and " seetee- aargey hogi" will be the reply.
The principal pioneers in developing T-Groups were Kurt Lewin (although he died before the T-Group became the basic training format for the NTL's Human Relations Laboratory), followed by Kenneth Benne, Ron Lippitt and Leland Bradford (Benne, 1964).
In a January 2004 article in The Christian Century, writer Robert Benne describes Reynolds's perspective after conducting an interview with the former Baylor president:
A report from the front lines; conversations on public theology; a festschrift in honor of Robert Benne.
Menu includes Sazeracs (cocktail); Benne Wafers; Crab Cakes With Rmoulade Sauce; Hoppin' John (black-eyed peas with vegetables); Hot-and-Tangy Greens; and Coconut Cake.
True Unified Communications is about bringing people, processes and communications together," says Benne van der Lugt, Director Portfolio Management at NEC Philips Unified Solutions.
Just as benne, ra is assigned the status of an independent PWord.
Registrants were greeted at the North Charleston Convention Center by DHL's first-time ever Registration Pavilion where they were treated to Benne Wafers, a Charleston original, and ice cold lemonade.
Molnars Hypothese hervorgehoben, dass sich in dem letzten Satzgefuge des Textes, das in der heutigen Sprache als mert ha o nem volna Isten, benne beunt talalhatn ank wiederzugeben ist, das Pronomen benne (Inessiv) auf Jesus oder Maria bezieht: 'ware er nicht Gott, konnten wir in ihm (bzw.
Bradford L, Gibb J, Seen as a main instrument for Benne K (1964).