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New confirmed coronavirus cases reported in Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

New confirmed coronavirus cases reported in Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia

"New cases of the corona virus now confirmed this morning in DC Maryland and Virginia WTOP's Michelle bash with a rundown of the new number DC now has four confirmed cases three of the new one is a thirty nine year old man who attended Christ Church in George town the rector there has already tested positive the other two are men in their seventies one attended a Biogen conference in Boston Virginia now has five confirmed cases of corona virus to our new one is the wife of a man in Fairfax city who was previously identified to have covert nineteen they recently went on the Nile river cruise together the other new case is a Spotsylvania county resident in their fifties turning to Maryland that state now has six cases the six is a prince George's county resident who contracted the virus while traveling out of state

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Virginia man tested positive for coronavirus causing state government to prepare for scare

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Virginia man tested positive for coronavirus causing state government to prepare for scare

"Now Virginia is ordering more corona virus testing kits and is tracing the footsteps of two patients who became the first cases of the virus in Virginia an eighty year old man who lives in Fairfax city has tested positive for the corona virus after returning from a Nile river cruise Fairfax county health director Dr Gloria adult audience you we are taking public health actions and are working to monitor the patient and identify any close contacts who may have been exposed to Fairfax city man started to develop symptoms of a respiratory illness on February twenty eighth officials say after flu tests returned negative he was tested for the corona virus fortunately the individual had limited contact with others while ill and therefore the risk to the general Fairfax community remains low calorie bonk WTOP

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"nile river" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"nile river" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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"nile river" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"nile river" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"And now they're on the other side. And so it seems strange that God would tell them to do anything other than run. But he tells Moses to do something. God wants you to do tonight. And he says I want you to take the instrument in your hand, a symbol of your past. That is a symbol of the mistakes that you made when you killed the Egyptian Moses and ran and hid him in the sand and hit yourself. The staff that is the symbol of your potential. The same one that you used. Turn the Nile river. To blood in those ten plagues of Egypt. I want you to take that same instrument. And before you, leave Egypt. Stretch it back over what you just went through. And when you do. You will understand the purpose of what you went through. God brought you here tonight. I can be so bold. As to say that I believe this applies to everyone in the room who will have the faith receive because he wants to use. What you went through. That's the good news. Got to tell you the whole thing. God wants to use. What you went through. So does the devil. And the question in this moment. Is will you allow God to use? What you went through watch this. And when he had finished leading an entire nation own night long in the dark with with with water that could collapse on them at any moment. Don't you think they moved fast through this tunnel of supernatural miraculous potential death that at any moment could sweep them away, and they make it to the other side. And God says stop before you take another step. I need you to stretch your hand back over what you just went through the water that you just went through was not sent to destroy. You. Can I tell you something everything that made you afraid this year was not the devil? Everything that made you cry this year. Was not the devil everything that broke your heart. This year was not the devil. Everything that you lost. This year was not the devil everything that didn't go. According to plan. This year was not the devil. Some of the stuff that was sent against you was not sent to destroy you at the time. It felt like it would at the time. You felt like you would never be happy again at the time. You felt like you would just drive away and never come back at the time. You felt like you would never find that love that passion that feeling again at the time it felt like it would kill you. But the thing that you went through was not meant to destroy you. And when you stretch your hand over what you went through what you went through is going to deliver you from what came out..

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How Can We Make Better Resolutions?

BrainStuff

05:59 min | 2 years ago

How Can We Make Better Resolutions?

"In two thousand and four in a tiny town. A young woman named Rebecca Gould was brutally murdered nearly fifteen years later her killer is still on the loose. It's just really surreal walking around. Ideal. Mention so much ear to guys out there yell depressed, dude. I'm Katherine towns. And this is Helen gone binge all of season one now at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, bring stuff I'm Lauren Boga bomb and the concept of creating New Year's resolutions is so ingrained in US culture that the government keeps a list of popular resolutions and resources for achieving them. It's a baker's dozen of good intentions including drink alcohol. Eat healthy food, get a better education. Get a better job get fit managed at manage stress and recycle digital research. Backs up this lists universality. According to a twenty eleven Marced university poll losing weight top the list for one in five resolution making Americans closely followed by exercising more with spending less than saving more quitting smoking. And being a better person all tied for third. But is it true that most people don't keep their resolutions? The answer as many of us around the house to forks office were relieved to discover appears to be a resounding. Yes. Richard Wiseman as I collagen and author with a penchant for mass participation experiments found that fifty two percent of people making New Year's resolutions or confident that they'd stick it out yet only a scant twelve percent really did. So why bother a New Year's resolutions are as one author wrote a triumph of hope over experience there a way to quantify what we wish for selves, their means of cataloging, our personal satisfactions, and perhaps most importantly their method of racing errors of the past year. Yes. New Year's resolutions are all about hopefulness. And it's always been that way. Of course ringing in the new year isn't a construct of modern Americans some four thousand years ago by balloons rang in their new year with an eleven day festival in March and ancient Egyptians celebrated the advent of their new calendar during the Nile rivers annual flood by forty six BC e Roman emperor Julius Caesar had moved the first day of the year to January first in honor of the Roman God of beginnings. Janice, an idea that took some time. To catch on however in fifteen eighty to see pope, Gregory, the eighth breath January first new year back in vogue with the Gregorian. Calendar. A concept the persists today. The origin of making New Year's resolutions rests with the Babylonians who reportedly made promises to the gods in hopes that earn good favor in the coming year. They often resolved to get out of debt. Sound familiar? Many of us are still making that resolution today. So what's the secret to actually keeping it just wanting something to change is not enough? You need a strategy to make it stick one way to do. This is to share your resolution with others. We spoke with Joe Ferrari, professor of psychology at depaul university in Chicago as he pointed out when you keep resolutions secret. No one is going to check up on you. You're only accountable to yourself. He says that a party to publicly share your resolutions an admirable way to ring in the new year. Social media offers another avenue to let others and on your goals. But once you've involved others in your resolutions. What steps can you? You take to ensure that when they do check up on you. You'll have something positive to report. Success of your New Year's resolutions starts in your head limiting yourself to a few resolutions, maybe even one and being specific are a few things to keep in mind. This prevents overload and frustration for example, I want to lose ten pounds by March first or I want to save fifty dollars each paycheck. The best goals are challenging but manageable, and that's a sensitive balance that only you can find for yourself overly ambitious goals can drain a person's confidence when they're not met instead build on small observable victories and possibly achieve bigger goals down the line and take things on one at a time. Whatever goals, you do tackle be sure to monitor your progress. Ferrari said if your resolution is to lose weight check your weight regularly if it's to save money right down where you spent your money monitoring those few challenging goals, you set will dramatically improve your success rate. Sometimes just the active recording everything you eat or spend can cause you to eat or spend less, even if you don't consciously change anything else. Whatever. Your New Year's goals. Give yourself some time to make them a reality more time than you may have planned on actually while most people cling to the widespread belief that new habits can be formed in twenty one days. New research is Justin that we need a longer timetable one. We study found that it took participants average of sixty six days to do something different and stick with it. Today's episode was written by loyal dove and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other fresh topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. I'm Katie golden. I studied psychology and evolutionary biology at Harvard, and I pretend to be a bird on Twitter and my new podcast creature feature. We've you nature in man from a new perspective each episode asking comedian to get inside the minds of animals, so we can explore the startling connections to human psychology, you'll find blood bounds and treachery that make game of thrones seemed like a dumb show for babies. 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"nile river" Discussed on The President's Inbox

The President's Inbox

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"nile river" Discussed on The President's Inbox

"Egypt depends fundamentally on the head on the Nile river to support its society, and it's a Konami in its agriculture and Muslim nations essentially within a stones throw of the Nile just given exactly when the Clinton, the rest of the country and the grand Ethiopian renaissance dam, which is under construction, even now could significantly limit the flow of the Nile river into Egypt from Ethiopia and today. And that would be fundamental concern for many parts of Egyptian society that's combined with the fact that on the Mediterranean side of Egypt, they also face salt, water intrusion and sea level rise from changing conditions in the Mediterranean, fueled in part by climate change. And that is also very serious threat to the major to Egypt. That's part of your third bucket of having too much water that's on the side of too much as let let's talk about the the issue of too much water and how we should think about that. We'll go to the third bucket, okay. You know, in the in the climate era, we face conditions that are changing so that now many extreme weather events like hurricanes and cyclones, bring even more water than traditionally and they are slower. Now, particularly in the US we found the psycho the storms Slyke Florence and the hurricanes of 2017. They slowed down, they sit, they dump enormous amount of water and parts of North Carolina got forty inches of rain in the span of twenty four forty, eight hours just enormous, right. And it's gonna take those economy. You know, it's going to take that region, you know, years to recover and reset, and then they're also be set. By pollution problems that arise because of too much water, for example, in North Carolina. You have coal ash from coal operations and you have pig farms from lots of pick Noor. Right. So now you have the pollution from those two operations that's been released mentioned to any sort of chemical plants you have where you could sort of end up putting all kinds of contaminants. Exactly the water supply in the soil, right? And that you know under certain conditions can also pose health threats. And so that's very serious. That's going to be very serious in many other countries as well. And they presumably many, certainly poor countries have less resilience, less adaptive capacity. Certainly less of an emergency response capacity when these things. First things happen. These things first happened. Exactly. And you know, we see that just in in the very tragic storms that you know hitting Indonesia. We saw that in the floods in Pakistan in twenty ten and twenty eleven with the combination of. Extreme flooding events from storms. Plus the increased run off a melting. Himalayan glaciers creates a situation of too much water in certain parts of the country, and then too little water in other parts of the country and in a nuclear armed country that sits at a strategic crossroads that also faces many terrorists threats and an or ready unstable governance system. One wonders. What would be the tipping point here in to a next level of instability? And just just curious on that you raise the issue of Pakistan and it's. Problem of homegrown terrorist groups. Did you and your position? Do people now worry about how terrorists might take advantage of water shortages or potentially attacking vulnerable water facilities designed to. Basically gathered water. Think about tech and dams. No. Couple years ago, there was a great deal of concern that the Islamic state was going to take control of a major dam in Iraq in that they might actually blow it up to unleash an ecological environmental and human catastrophe. How do we think about that problem? Or is it not a problem? No, it is certainly a problem. And scholars such as my colleague, Dr Marcus king GW has written extensively about the weaponization of water and because new phrase I haven't heard on that more that one down, right. Okay. The weaponization of war. We saw this particularly true in in Iraq. We see it now in parts of northern Africa where terrorist organizations from ISIS and their affiliates will gain control of local water sources and essentially hold populations at risk of by controlling water, or we saw, for example, the threats to cause catastrophic failure to the Mosul dam. In iraq. Or to blow to blow it up, which would then again, 'cause great tragedy, loss of life and loss of livelihood..

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"nile river" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"nile river" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Company by motorcycle a man in lycra from pedals to get his racing moving on a twenty kilometer time trial palm trees honking cause and the mighty nile river this is very toward franc's set up by king local cyclists with help from the french embassy here my name is hamas favors one what is it about cycling that you like freedom and the the other rush feel you feel unattached your all your worries and just another kind of level of sport and when you tell you friends you'll family i'm going to get him i thought i'm gonna head out what do they think of it actually the they think i'm like reckless or it's safe to drive on potomac macos designated bike lanes and i haven't been in any major or biking this race is organized by one of the cyclists and friend of mine as acne we have all kinds of cycling sedan you can do road cycling you can denounce him biking but the best part is when you take your road bike like two hundred kilometers away from per tomb away from people it feels really special when you see new people when you see people in your own country that you have never met before so i've known you for few years this is the whole place right i could betty walking on the street without sweating you'll cycling you.

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"nile river" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"nile river" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"What was happening that made all those people applaud in that moment i assume there was something else happening in the theater across streaker no the thing is it's hard to convey in audio but there was a screen behind me and it was so funny it was a photoshop picture of me waistdeep in the nile river i was in nihil at people were like that school okay i wish we could see that i know it was it was a magical moment 'cause it was the only image i played the whole show so i was nothing but my words and then into nine on and i could see for swiss second the whole crabby like what does that have to do with anything yeah you'll saying on word getting their screens okay because they have this logging applause break to for just saying that you're in denying psychotic got to know that in actuality there was a picture of okay the nile river and that you had planned it yeah got a personal trainer a personal shopper a personal assistant and personal agenda you can't shut me up you can't dumb me down because i'm tireless and i'm wireless i'm an alpha male on beta blockers yeah the non believer in an overachiever laid back but fashion forward upfront downhome low rent high maintenance supersize longlasting high definition fast acting oven ready and built to last now this is getting so long it is was there ever any thought to not doing it anymore after certain.

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"nile river" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"nile river" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"In the beginning of the universe so our universe at a big bang and our universe is apparently some kind of bubble we don't know too much about this bubble but we live on the skin of the bubble and the bubble's expanding and that's called the big theory well this is where it gets really freaking out in quantum mechanics and also in string theory we believe that there are other universes out there other bubbles and these bubbles are floating in a much larger arena so even children asked the question mommy daddy if there was a big bang and the universe is expanding wisit expanding into well if the universe has everything there is then how can it expand into anything else that's a contradiction in terms right but you see if the universe is of bubble it is floating at a much larger arena an arena that gives you a timeless universe and so we have many bubbles in a bubble bath of universes these universes collide bingo we get the big bang so the big bang is nothing but the change in the shape of these bubbles either the bubble bumps into another bubble creates a bigger bubble or the bubble visions in half and creates a baby bubble now this is very interesting because it coincides with well batholomew every religion has some kind of theory about the origin of the universe for example the ancient polynesians one oh a myth of the ancient polynesians had it that in the beginning was the great ocean but in the ocean that was a coconut coconuts sprang open that gave birth to the universe in the same way the ancient egyptians in one mythology of the ancient egyptians in the beginning was the nile river and in the nile river was an egg and the egg hatched to create our universe but then they're also some versions of hinduism and buddhism which says no no no no the universe never had a beginning is timeless there's only nirvana timeless nirvana and we are simply moving in this much larger arena this arena called nirvana well if this new picture.

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"nile river" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"nile river" Discussed on WCHS

"In on the beginning of the universe so our universe at a big bang and our universe is apparently some kind of bubble we don't know too much about this bubble but we live on the skin of the bubble and the bubble's expanding and that's called the big theory well this is is where it gets really freaky now in quantum mechanics and also in string theory we believe that there are other universes out there other bubbles and these bubbles are floating in a much larger arena so even children asked the question mommy daddy if there was a big bang and the universe is expanding wisit expanding into well if the universe has everything there is then how can it expand into anything else as a contradiction in terms right but you see if the universe is above all it is floating at a much larger arena an arena that gives you a timeless universe and so we have many bubbles in a bubble bath of universes these universes collide bingo we get the big bang so the big bang is nothing but the change in the shape of these bubbles either the bubble bumps into another bubble creates a bigger bubble or the bubble visions in half and creates a baby bubble now this is very interesting because it coincides with well batholomew every religion has some kind of theory about the origin of the universe for example the ancient polynesians one oh a myth of the ancient polynesians had it that in the beginning was the great ocean but in the ocean that was a coconut coconuts sprang open that gave birth to the universe in the same way the ancient egyptians in one mythology of the ancient egyptians in the beginning was the nile river and in the nile river was an egg and the egg hatched to create our universe but then there are also some versions of hinduism and buddhism which says no no no no the universe never had a beginning is timeless there's only nirvana timeless nirvana and we are simply moving in this much larger arena this arena called nirvana well if this new picture.

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"nile river" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"nile river" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"In the beginning of the universe so our universe had a big bang and our universe is apparently some kind of bubble we don't know too much about this bubble but we live on the skin of the bubble and the bubble's expanding and that's called the big pirie is where it gets really freaky now in quantum mechanics and also in string theory we believe that there are other universes there other bubbles and these bubbles are floating in a much larger arena so even children asked the question mommy daddy if there was a big bang and the universe is expanding wisit expanding into well if the universe is everything there is then how can it expand into anything else as a contradiction in terms right but you see it's the universities of bubble it is floating at a much larger arena an arena that gives you a timeless universe and so we have many bubbles in a bubble bath of universes these universes collide bingo we get the big bang so the big bang is nothing but the change in the shape of these bubbles either the bubble bumps into another bubble creates a bigger bubble or the bubble visions in half and creates a baby bubble now this is very interesting because it coincides with well batholomew every religion has some kind of theory about the origin of the universe for example the ancient polynesians one oh a myth of the ancient polynesians had it that in the beginning was the great ocean but in the ocean that was a coconut and when the coconut sprang open that gave birth to the universe in the same way the ancient egyptians in one mythology of the ancient egyptians in the beginning was the nile river and in the nile river was an egg and the eggs hatched to create our universe but then there are also some versions of hinduism and buddhism which says no no no no the universe never had a beginning is timeless there's only nirvana timeless nirvana and we are simply moving in this much larger arena this arena called nirvana well if this new picture.

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"nile river" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"nile river" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"In on the beginning of the universe so our universe at a big bang in our universe is apparently some kind of bubble we don't know too much about this bubble but we live on the skin of the bubble and the bubble's expanding and that's called the big hairy well this is where it gets really freaky now in quantum mechanics and also in string theory we believe that there are other universes there other bubbles and these bubbles are floating in a much larger arena so even children asked the question mommy daddy if there was a big bang and the universe is expanding wisit expanding into well if the universe is everything there is then how can it expand into anything else as a contradiction in terms right but you see it's universities of bubble it is floating at a much larger arena an arena that gives you a timeless universe and so we have many bubbles in a bubble bath of universes these universes collide bingo we get the big bang so the big bang is nothing but the change in the shape of these bubbles either the bubble bumps into another bubble creates a bigger bubble or the bubble visions in half and creates a baby bubble now this is very interesting because it coincides with well batholomew every religion has some kind of theory about the origin of the universe for example the ancient polynesians a myth of the ancient polynesians had it that in the beginning was the great ocean but in the ocean that was a coconut coconuts sprang open that gave birth to the universe in the same way the ancient egyptians in one mythology of the ancient egyptians in the beginning was the nile river and in the nile river was an egg and the egg hatched to create our universe but.

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"nile river" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"nile river" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"In the beginning of the universe so our universe at a big bang and our universe is apparently some kind of bubble we don't know too much about this bubble but we live on the skin of the bubble and the bubble's expanding and that's called the big theory well this is where it gets really freaky now in quantum mechanics and also in string theory we believe that there are other universes out there other bubbles and these bubbles are floating in a much larger arena so even children asked the question mommy daddy if there was a big bang and the universe is expanding wisit expanding into well if the universe is everything there is then how can it expand into anything else has a contradiction in terms right but you see it's the universities of bubble it is floating in a much larger arena an arena that gives you a timeless universe and so we have many bubbles in a bubble bath of universes these universes collide bingo we get the big bang so the big bang is nothing but the change in the shape of these bubbles either the bubble bumps into another bubble creates a bigger bubble or the bubble visions in half and creates a baby bubble now this is very interesting because it coincides with well batholomew every religion has some kind of theory about the origin of the universe for example the ancient polynesians a myth of the ancient polynesians had it that in the beginning was the great ocean but in the ocean that was a coconut coconuts sprang open that gave birth to the universe in the same way the ancient egyptians in one mythology of the ancient egyptians in the beginning was the nile river and in the nile river was an egg and the hatched to create our universe but then there are also some versions of hinduism and buddhism which says no no no no the universe never had a beginning is timeless there's only nirvana timeless nirvana and we are simply moving in this much larger arena this arena called nirvana well if this new picture from cosmology is correct then we can meld together the two previous mythologies you see our universe had a beginning our universe there was an egg that was a coconut in hatched and that's called the big bang theory but there's also under vanna of hyperspace and that is what the universe is expanding into if the universe is.

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"nile river" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"nile river" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"Slash tour they're all available right there please do go there and buy yourself a ticket and if you live in australia if you know so we're lives in australia let them know i'll be going so the jews were egypt now there was this when they were slaves there was this jewish woman who had a baby and she was well i kinda raised this or or could go another way with it could go nother way could take it put in a basket take that basket put in a river the nile river and then let it go and let it just go down this river this basket baby down the river best of luck to you buddy hope you make it so that's what did the man of the basket the baby was moses just you know you're gonna need to know that name comes up a lot in the story so she puts his fucking baby goddamn basket crocodile infested river known as the nile as you just fucking let's ago now here's what you should know about babies they're not good swimmers so if that basket tips over that's a dead baby that's a dead baby nine hundred ninety nine times out of a thousand but miriam i think now that was okay now i'm unsure a few of these things it might have been mary might have been her mom this doesn't really matter mariam was moses sister either way it was gone it was either a dumpster baby if it was the mom saying i want to get rid of this motherfucker or it was a jealous sibling which that happens to this stories fucking jealousies killing their kid dogs are better trained than children that's my children garbage in my special double negative available on netflix right now as anyone still not seen it you should watch.

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"nile river" Discussed on X96

X96

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"nile river" Discussed on X96

"About this i'm wouldn't be surprised if he's been missing work because of this way well charene of del allow harbor has been jailed i don't know who battled if no heroins upset he hasn't told me about marriages not long for this because i'd also really is i build while wa but i'm guessing there's one agip shen person she is one of the most acclaimed singer's who in the country of egypt whom beloved by many this must be what he wishes to in the car when i'm not around she look i think he probably listens to while you are round you just don't know no t you just tweeted out she has been jailed for insulting the river nile wealth she should know better than that nile river the life blood of civilization in egyptian through the ancient egyptians is apparently no less dear to modern egyptians as this wellknown pop singer has learned the hard way what's her name again her name is charene that's with sh even try to find some entrance s h e r i any and then hyphenated up del abd yell at hyphen muhab w a e b k she would she was sentenced sentenced to six six months in prison she was on the egyptian version of the voice we as there is such a thing during a concert in the united arab emirates though a fan asked maha abdel wahab's sing a song about drinking from the river egypt she said no you would get bill hasi bill hurries yet drink evian it's better you get sick if you drank out of the jet that alvarado drink evian it's better she apologized joe yossi pledge this all the time all the time i didn't know that through the square while she's not singing history hillary shame on this good you go mary gallis actually this music starts up on my husband wash through the door that this is.

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"nile river" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"nile river" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Dr it today that condition uh minivan that accommodates group beat ten passenger only on each trip i think that is a marvellous idea to combine uh cairo and the nile river cruise which is unbelievably a must do must be on your list and then fly to jerusalem water experience that would be uh does of new uh museum properly includes soundandlight show also which is so popular at tips for someone of light wondering me in uh fighter for said the same area as usual which is is very very remarkable isteach that's you see all goals laser lights off the night which the performance of the sound of life what about food do people need to worry about iran or will they enjoy the just need to worry about gaining five to sit and pound cans i want you can get 'cause the food is so delicious that farright is unlimited uh we too can about uh old poacher who lucky i think you should look at brink most americans like like sheesh kebabs on chicken about uh uh greek salad oldest that is the bulls fell everywhere in egypt plus the egyptian who did offshoot your experience yourself we're going to talk more to a mr dr elsa ghani than see own president all right r i g a just travel go to override travel god in inflow and get an idea if you travel and would like to travel the world and mr meth are out to ghani will tell us more about that clause right travel muslim number quickly seven seven six three six six six six zero we'll watch the number one more time in just a few moments where at a break of the first hour of dining travel guide second all points ahead with your own back in a moment.

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"nile river" Discussed on Great Big History Podcast

Great Big History Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"nile river" Discussed on Great Big History Podcast

"Then there's egypt will egypt's got the nile river the richest river in the world makes sense so this will be when we talk about egypt as will be new kingdom egypt but egypt gets egypt it gets the sinai and it will dominate the what we call deliver vaunt l e v i n t where palestine lebanon and syria um which are basically the highways that lead into egypt while if your egypt is you don't want other people only that so this kind of border land between mecib team yet and egypt itself where israel today is lebanon is and syria are is a a war zone between mess team yet and egypt but egypt since its closer usually runs it for a little while until but will talk about the assyrians and the persians and whatnot but egypt has plenty of money egypt cannot run out of money it's got the nile river the richest reverend the world it makes more food than anybody else so it turns that into money money gets turned into chariots charts to get turned into um power the third or the hittites now the hittites are in the north they are they are in the mountains they're are in turkey today they are in asia minor they're in what's called anatolia they are the mountains they're the mountain folk that he'll billy's nagel wait a minute how did they get to be so powerful will they have the minerals see what the tigriseuphrates in a nile do what big rivers do is wash away all the minerals to create a flood zone they flood they of road they wash all those minerals way now that creates wonderful land for farms.

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"nile river" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"nile river" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"In the hunt interested you mean have you been bay are there any and france's toward that said something abc withdrawing are they should be we can do a lot with science you just want like a cartoon dog yeah i wanna cartoon doug yeah i'll the bell whole animal kingdom would be so much better served at there are more like they're cartoon counterparts woo hoo tom broadway the great white way yeah the longest street in the world yeah it is a long history in the world it is a long history in the world the sir holding you you said to me like eight your right for once it's not you accidentally got it right it is what's longer the nile river something let's not a street what about nile street current man man that'd be an undertaking her yeah i mean there's a flight at a river when you can take the street i met the riverview twitter and the dangerous treacherous at points pounding it is an hour the may be but like hick the river to work or whatever who now island nile works knows really know anything about the nile i know it's a river in egypt no niles from from asia yeah suet uh he is named after navy anyway plateau get on the hour tom rate white way so i alluded earlier i was when i was a when i was a young boy i always kind of a of you and the doors in your eyes added i was a fan i can't sing that's my problem down so our own agency are you try and get me to get you to brij is i just don't think i'd be any good at it well it started when i was a child.

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"nile river" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"nile river" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"It might not be you know so you know again you got to like the other climb back he got to remember so understand remember remember the good that we do now moses on the other hand so moses is like mr memory because not only does moses not forget anything button moses is extremely sensitive when it comes to administering the plagues against egypt in destroying egypt so what you one of the things he does is god comes due and says you know snipe the the nile river may turn into blood somoza goes the earns is okay and you got to do it and erin takes his staff slight the nile turns the nile river to blood and then god says okay you gotta make frogs come out of make gates you gotta you gotta make the dust turned to life so would moses does e says okay listen earn your take my staff and turn it does tell us why is he do that because because moses says listen i was saved by when i was a baby i was put in the nile and i was saved my life was saved by the knives are kids might it when moses killed an evil egyptian and then he used the the dirt of the aid of egypt the the land to cover the body hide the body and by the way it was a lousy job it only in all hid the body for less less than a day but he used the dow opens over so so he said okay listen the land held me i cannot wait to land the nile river helped me i turnouts might the nile some moses in other words had gratitude to inanimate objects nayef yeah if if you're gonna have gratitude dna animate objects then all the more so you should have gratitude to another human being a and that's a fargo's see gratitude israeli it it's even more so if you um you know going through my youtube channel go onto youtube and go gets wind why i e w why any and you'll see eye every week i posed little videos five minute videos on the.

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"nile river" Discussed on Giants of History

Giants of History

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"nile river" Discussed on Giants of History

"The first of these four civilizations is of course message mya mess batavia sprung up between the tigris and your phrase rivers around thirty three hundred b c e mess battaini actually means between two rivers and if you look at where mess batavia was on a map you would see comprised mostly of parts of modern day iraq iran syria turkey and kuwait the earliest coherent form of writing was called cuneiform which used wedgeshaped characters carved into clay tablets and shoot a form originated with the sumerians in southern mississippi tame taymiyya now the second civilization to emerge out of recorded history was egypt in the nile river valley around thirty one hundred b c e this ancient civilization obviously a focal point of this particular series existed primarily in the same geography of modern day egypt and as we all know it was hieroglyph fix that the ancient egyptians used as their primary system of writing and recording and before we move on just to round out the other two of the four earliest civilizations which arose on the world scene and also to mention that there is some mild dispute around the dates when these two civilizations emerged but we can safely assume that they came together soon after message tame in egypt and these two civilizations were the indus river valley civilization and the yellow river valley civilization the indus river valley civilization was made up of parts of modern day india and pakistan and then the yellow river valley civilization existed in what would be today modernday china.

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