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  Canaan Partners
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  American Kennel Club - Canaan Dog
The Canaan Dog is a herding and flock guardian dog native to the Middle East.
The Canaan Dog moves with athletic agility and grace in a quick, brisk, ground-covering trot.
The ideal Canaan Dog lies in the middle of the stated ranges.
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  CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Cana, Canaanites
Canaan in some way a share in his father's sin, and is it for this reason that what was said in verse 18 is repeated in the story of the sin, viz.: that Ham was the father of
Canaan -- not, however, the land of Galaad or the country in general beyond the Jordan to the south of the Jarmuk.
Canaan, and the valley of the Jordan from the
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  Canaan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Canaan (Arabic: کنعان‎, Knaan; Hebrew: כְּנַעַן, Knaan, kə.na.ʕan; Koine Greek: Χαναάν) is an ancient term for a region approximating present-day Lebanon, plus adjoining coastal lands and parts of Jordan and Syria west of the Litani River.
The Biblical explanation is that it derives from Canaan, the son of Ham and the grandson of Noah, whose offspring correspond to the names of Canaanite tribes in Gen.
Canaan is mentioned in a document from the 18th century BC found in the ruins of Mari, a former Sumerian outpost in Syria.
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 Canaan, New Hampshire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Canaan is home to the Cardigan Mountain School, the town's largest employer.
Chartered in 1761 by Colonial Governor Benning Wentworth, the town probably took its name from the hometown of early settlers from Canaan, Connecticut, which was named for the Biblical land of Canaan.
Canaan Street Lake is in the center, and Goose Pond is in the northwest.
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 Canaan - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
Canaan or Kná'an (Arabic کنعان;, Kanʻān, Hebrew כְּנַעַן / כְּנָעַן;, Kənáʻan / Kənāʻan; Septuagint Greek Χανααν, Khanaan) is an ancient term for a region roughly corresponding to present-day Israel, the West Bank, western Jordan, southern and coastal Syria and Lebanon continuing up until the border of modern Turkey.
The Biblical explanation is that it derives from Canaan, the son of Ham whose offspring correspond to the names of Canaanite tribes in Gen. 10.
One of Canaan's most famous exports was a much sought-after purple dye, derived from two species of sea snails found along the east Mediterranean coast (Canaan also means purple), and worn proudly by figures from ancient kings to modern popes.
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 Canaan - Crystalinks
The Biblical explanation is that it derives from Canaan, the son of Ham and the grandson of Noah, whose offspring correspond to the names of Canaanite tribes in Gen. 10.
The Bible reveals that Canaan was the fourth son of Ham and brother of Mizraim, who is Egypt.
Canaan is mentioned in a document from the 18th century BC found in the ruins of Mari, a former Sumerian outpost in Syria.
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 Rare Breed Network: Canaan Dog Standard
Canaan Dogs are pariah dogs which live on the fringes of civilization and are frequently used by the Bedouin as flock and camp guardians.
The Canaan Dog is a medium-sized, well-balanced, strong and square dog, with a wedge-shaped head; erect, low-set ears; and straight, harsh, dense coat of short-to-medium length.
Canaan Dogs are extraordinarily devoted and amenable to training but consider themselves the equal of those with whom they live.
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 Rare Breed Network: Canaan Dog Standard
Canaan Dogs are pariah dogs which live on the fringes of civilization and are frequently used by the Bedouin as flock and camp guardians.
The Canaan Dog is a medium-sized, well-balanced, strong and square dog, with a wedge-shaped head; erect, low-set ears; and straight, harsh, dense coat of short-to-medium length.
Canaan Dogs are extraordinarily devoted and amenable to training but consider themselves the equal of those with whom they live.
www.rarebreed.com /breeds/canaan/canaan_ukc_std.html   (1344 words)

  
 Canaan Banana - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Prime Minister Robert Mugabe (left) and President Canaan Banana attend the ceremony for the independence of Zimbabwe in April 18, 1980
Canaan Sodindo Banana (5 March 1936 – 10 November 2003), a Zimbabwean Methodist minister, was the country's first President.
He held the largely ceremonial office from 18 April 1980 to 31 December 1987, during which time his eventual successor Robert Mugabe served as prime minister and was the dominant figure in the Zimbabwean government.
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 National Christmas Tree Association: Canaan Fir
Canaan (pronounced "Ka-naan", with emphasis on the last syllable) is a relative newcomer to the Christmas tree market.
Canaan fir is so-named because several of the original trees with the intermediate morphology were identified from a limited area in West Virginia, generally referred to as the Canaan Valley.
The simplest solution is probably to consider Canaan fir as a special ecotype of bracted balsam fir; this ecotype having unique characteristics as a result of the environment to which it has been exposed.
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 Canaan Dogs: What's Good About 'Em? What's Bad About 'Em?
The Canaan Dog was a "pariah" (feral or half-wild) dog, whose cleverness and defensive instincts enabled him to survive in the harsh Israeli desert.
Canaan Dogs MUST have regular opportunities to vent their energy and to use their busy minds to do interesting things.
Canaan Dogs are typically too quick to sound the alarm at every new sight and sound.
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 Canaan
Sometimes "Canaan" is used for all of modern Israel, Palestine, Jordan and Syria, sometimes for modern Israel and Palestine only.
The main immigrations to Canaan during the time the term "Canaan" was used, was the large group belonging to the Amorite people coming from the northeast.
The languages of Canaan belonged to the Northwestern group of Semitic languages.
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He was a descendant of Ham's fourth son, Canaan and dwelt among the children of Heth.
Piram (Fleet) ----- Genesis 10:16 Joshua 10:3-27 Piram ======= Piram was the Amorite king of the city-state of Jarmuth in Canaan.
26:6-7 Ahimelech =========== Ahimelech was a Hittite, a descendant of Canaan.
www.owmg.org /Education/PHA/BIBLE1.TXT   (17055 words)

  
 Canaan, Indiana, in the Nineteenth Century
Canaan’s 1812 founding date appears to stem from information given in a History of Shelby Township, which was probably written in the 1920s by William Ryker for the Jefferson County Historical Society.
The Canaan cemetery cannot be dated any earlier than January 1829, the death date of a child Susan Littlejohn, who was buried there, according to DAR tombstone transcription published in 1941.
Canaan was served by the Barbersville post office until Nov. 29, 1838 when the first Canaan post office opened with William C. Sullivan as the first post master.
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 Canaan, NY
Canaan, Columbia Co., NY Canaan is a small rural town in eastern New York state bordering the Berkshire mountains in Massachusetts.
Canaan is the town where I grew up and most of my family lives.
Canaan is in northern Columbia Co. and many of the original settlers were New Englanders from Massachusetts who settled around 1750.
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 Canaan Studios - Home
Welcome to Canaan Studios, where creativity is our specialty and innovation our passion.
This site was created to give you a glance into who we are and what we can do for you.
Copyright © 1997-2007 Canaan Studios, All rights reserved.
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 Canaan
Sometimes "Canaan" is used for all of modern Israel, Palestine, Jordan and Syria, sometimes for modern Israel and Palestine only.
The main immigrations to Canaan during the time the term "Canaan" was used, was the large group belonging to the Amorite people coming from the northeast.
The languages of Canaan belonged to the Northwestern group of Semitic languages.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Canaan
Canaan or Kná'an (Arabic کنعان;, Kanʻān, Hebrew כְּנַעַן / כְּנָעַן;, Kənáʻan / Kənāʻan; Septuagint Greek Χανααν, Khanaan) is an ancient term for a region roughly corresponding to present-day Israel, the West Bank, western Jordan, southern Syria and southern Lebanon.
According to the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica, there were five places where "new" evidence on Canaanite culture had been obtained, including Tell-el-Hasy, eventually identified with the Lachish of the Old Testament, where excavations were made in 1890-1892 by Flinders Petrie and Bliss; and Gezer, identified with the Gezer of I Kings x.
Soon after this, the great empire-builder and law-giver Hammurabi (1728-1686 BC), first king of a united Babylonia, extended Babylonian influence over Canaan and Syria, and he may be identical with the Amraphel of Genesis.
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 Canaan & Ancient Israel @ University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Canaan and Ancient Israel @ University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
The land known as Canaan was situated in the territory of the southern Levant, which today encompasses Israel, the West Bank and Gaza, Jordan, and the southern portions of Syria and Lebanon.
To the authors of the Bible, Canaan is the land which the tribes of Israel conquered after an Exodus from Egypt and the Canaanites are the people they disposed from this land.
www.museum.upenn.edu /Canaan/LandandTime.shtml   (235 words)

  
 The Hebrews to 1000 BCE
Canaan during the time of the Hebrews was a thinly populated land with relatively prosperous agricultural communities.
At any rate, Hebrews were settled in the more sparsely populated and less fertile hills east of the coastal plains, and some were settled in the plains of Galilee.
But by the time of pharaoh Ramses XI, who ruled from around 1100 to 1085, the Egyptian domination of Canaan had again ended, and along the southern coast of Canaan, in such towns as Ashkelon, Ashdod, Gath and Gaza, were the sea peoples who had been driven from Egypt.
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 GORP - Canaan Valley - West Virginia
Canaan Valley in Tucker County, West Virginia, is a beautiful and rare treasure with nationally significant wetlands, unusual character and unparalleled opportunities for outdoor education and research.
Canaan Valley is home to 40 different wetland and upland plant communities supporting more that 580 different species of plants.
Managing land within Canaan Valley as a refuge will maintain the ecological diversity of the Valley and the Blackwater River drainage basin for present and future generations of West Virginians and all Americans.
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 Canaan Fair Motorsports Complex - Canaan, NH   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The new Canaan management and KIXX 100.5 have a number of exciting programs for the fans in the works for the coming months.
There were 18 sprint cars that expressed interest in running with PASS on the Canaan dirt along with a strong contingent of cars in the other divisions.
We have also been informed by New England Race Track Investors, LLC that we should tell all competitors who have sent checks for car registrations, licenses, etc for the dirt track that none of your checks have been deposited since they were waiting for the final agreement for the dirt track to be completed.
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 Canaan Valley Mountain Resort: OnTheSnow Spotlight of Canaan Valley West Virginia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Canaan is on the northern edge of the Monongahela National Forest at 3,200 feet.
Canaan Valley is a convenient drive from most anywhere in the Mid Atlantic Region, and especially so from Washington, D.C., only 3.5 hours away.
Plan to be at Canaan in February for the annual Wild Thing weekend when those without souls try to fly over a man-made pond on skis and boards.
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 Canaan Dog FAQ
We, unfortunately had to have two of our Canaan Dogs de-barked as we were living in a very densely populated area and since we were only a block away from a school and had children going by constantly [the dogs] were announcing that there was someone there who they thought did not belong.
Canaan Dogs seem to evaluate each and every command with by asking themselves the question, “What's in it for me?” In high intensity training such as agility and herding the answer seems to be that they genuinely enjoy it, and the job is its own reward.
Canaan Dog breeders tend to be highly selective and employ lengthy evaluation processes to ensure the integrity of our breed's future.
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 Canaan Dog FAQ
Canaan Dogs by nature are a bit standoffish, and as the AKC breed standard says, “reserved and aloof with strangers”.
We, unfortunately had to have two of our Canaan Dogs de-barked as we were living in a very densely populated area and since we were only a block away from a school and had children going by constantly [the dogs] were announcing that there was someone there who they thought did not belong.
Canaan Dogs seem to evaluate each and every command with by asking themselves the question, “What's in it for me?” In high intensity training such as agility and herding the answer seems to be that they genuinely enjoy it, and the job is its own reward.
cdca.org /FAQ.html   (3720 words)

  
 Canaan Dog, Canaan Dogs, breeders, puppies, for sale, dogs
Canaan Dogs are reserved with strangers but makes a good companion dog that is loyal and affectionate to their family.
Canaan Dogs have been used as a guide dog for the blind and as a search and rescue dog.
Canaan Dogs are a distinct breed which has survived in the desert since pre-biblical times.
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