Definitions for nathanˈneɪ θən
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An Old Testament prophet.
of Biblical origin.
Origin: From נתן, implying “[God] gave [me]”.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
a Jewish prophet who had the courage to charge King David to his face with a heinous crime he had committed and convict him of his guilt, to his humiliation in the dust.
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Nobody's around, everyone that came to the reef to dive is gone and won't be back until after Cyclone Nathan passes.
After full consideration of this weekend's attacks of terror on innocent citizens in Paris, I will oppose any attempt to relocate Syrian refugees to Alabama through the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program, as Nathan Deal, I will not stand complicit to a policy that places the citizens of Alabama in harm's way.
You can crucify a Jesus, you can poison a Socrates, you can hang John Brown or Nathan Hale, you can kill a Che Guevara, you can jail a Eugene Debs or a Bobby Seale. You can assassinate John Kennedy or a Martin Luther King, but the problems remain, the hangman's rope never solved a single problem except that of one man.
We wouldn't be where we are if he wasn't who he was, bart along with Nathan Outteridge and Nathan Outteridge crew arrived with That Olympic spirit, if you like. Money was no motivator for Nathan Outteridge and his crew, That Olympic spirit was just about winning and that passion for sailing. Bart could just tackle any issue.
Kudos to great American Heroes, whose patriotism is very well expressed in the last words of Nathan Hale, American Freedom-fighter: 'I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country.' On Memorial Day, we remember and offer our heartfelt salute to all American Heroes and their Spirit of Patriotism! God Bless America! - Deo.
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