1. water god and god of wisdom; counterpart of the Akkadian Ea
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How To Use Enki In A Sentence

  • Simon Jenkins, a columnist with the UK's Guardian recently called Zuma a rapist and a racketeer in perhaps one of the most acerbic pieces yet the Guardian has published on Zuma.
  • I beg for each and all of you confirmations and assistance from the threshold of oneness, so that those gatherings may become ignited like unto candles, in the republics of America, enkindling the light of the love of God in the hearts; thus the rays of the heavenly teachings may begem and brighten the states of America like the infinitude of immensity with the stars of the Most Great Guidance. Tablets of the Divine Plan
  • Category: elena kagan, supreme court nomination, war of jenkins 'ear News media starting to get ornery over Kagan thing. | RedState
  • Jenkins put into action the antiriot plan formulated as a preventative measure for the summer. Burial for a King
  • However, Jenkins said demands for reburial were now coming from minority groups in Britain, including pagans and druids, while Manchester consulted the group Honouring the Ancient Dead, which campaigns for reburial of pre-Christian British remains, before removing the Worsley Man head. Museums avoid displaying human remains 'out of respect'
  • A plate of ripe cheeses is always available, and a dessert or two; Jenkins bakes the chocolate-almond cake and biscotti in-house.
  • The ancients told those stories around the camp fires and those stories grew by the flame enkindled in the hearer's hearts; transforming them into story tellers too. Happy Valentines Day, -XOX, The New Body of Christ:
  • The nearer I approached to your habitation, the more deeply did I feel the spirit of revenge enkindled in my heart. Chapter 16
  • For the past five years, Jenkins, a mechanical engineer and amateur glider pilot, has built three crafts - on wheels, skates, and hydrofoils - equipped with rigid carbon-fiber sails.
  • Water, of course, is more important than oil on the arid sands of Bahrain, and 5000 years ago the inhabitants worshiped Enki, the god of sweet waters under the earth. Richard Bangs: Bahrain: Once Was Paradise, Part 3
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