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  JewishEncyclopedia.com - MANNA
It may be either that the manna constituted their main but not only food-supply during the whole forty years, or that it became their exclusive food after the provisions they took with them from Egypt were exhausted.
The manna was adapted to the taste of each individual; to the adult it tasted like the food of the adult, while to the sucking child it tasted like the milk of its mother's breasts.
The manna exhaled a fragrant odor, and during the forty years the Israelites wandered in the wilderness it served the women as perfume.
www.jewishencyclopedia.com /view.jsp?artid=147&letter=M   (1290 words)

 Manna, Chapter 1, by Marshall Brain
Manna's job was to manage the store, and it did this in a most interesting way.
Manna was connected to the cash registers, so it knew how many people were flowing through the restaurant.
Manna could tell if the employee was in the right area for an assigned task, and how fast the employee was moving.
www.marshallbrain.com /manna1.htm   (2213 words)

manna was their chief but not their only article of diet.
manna had to be gathered in the morning, as the heat of the sun melted it.
manna was placed near the Ark of the Covenant.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/09604a.htm   (787 words)

  botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Ash, Manna - Herb Profile and Information
Although the name Manna, at first applied to the Manna of the Scriptures, has (as stated) also been applied to various saccharine substances of different origin, none of these corresponds in any way to the Manna of Scripture, inasmuch as they are saccharine substances and do not become corrupt in a night.
The Manna of the biblical narrative answers otherwise in its description to the Tamarisk Manna, exuded in June and July from the slender branches of Tamarisk gallica, var.
In the valleys of the peninsula of Sinai, this Manna is collected by the Arabs and sold by them to the monks of St. Catherine, who dispose of it to the pilgrims visiting the convent, under the name of 'gazangabin,' which means 'Tamarisk Honey.' It appears to consist of cane sugar, inverted sugar, and dextrin.
www.botanical.com /botanical/mgmh/a/ashmn075.html   (1515 words)

  Manna - LoveToKnow 1911
Manna possesses mildly laxative properties, and on account of its sweet taste is employed as a mild aperient for children.
This manna occurs in the form of small, roundish, hard, dry tears, varying from the size of a mustard seed to that of a coriander, of a lightbrown colour, sweet taste, and senna-like odour.
Briancon manna is met with on the leaves of the common Larch, and bide-khecht on those of the willow, Salix fragilis; and a kind of manna was at one time obtained from the cedar.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Manna   (1144 words)

 Manna Studio
Manna Studio, LLC shall not be responsible for consequential damages or punitive or exemplary damages under any circumstances.
Manna Studio, LLC will not purposely share any personal customer information with any outside agency with the exception of advertising or other services requested by the customer.
All Manna Studio, LLC customers are made fully aware of the terms of service herein and by conducting any type business or relations with Manna Studio, LLC you signify your agreement to the terms of Service herein whether a signature is provided or not.
www.mannastudio.com /terms_of_service.html   (665 words)

 Manna Mouse
Among interactive artificial life simulations, Manna Mouse is uniquely simple: a creature's genome encodes its location on the display area.
The distribution of manna is the fitness function; creatures located on manna are selected for, during reproduction.
As the manna is consumed, its color changes from green to red before finally disappearing.
www.caplet.com /MannaMouse.html   (559 words)

 Manna, Chapter 1, by Marshall Brain
Manna was connected to the cash registers, so it knew how many people were flowing through the restaurant.
Manna had a voice synthesizer, and with its synthesized voice Manna told everyone exactly what to do through their headsets.
Manna could tell if the employee was in the right area for an assigned task, and how fast the employee was moving.
marshallbrain.com /manna1.htm   (2213 words)

The description of manna in the Bible, which likens it to small, light brown cummin seeds and to the stickiness of bdellion resin, is a remarkably suitable description of the tamarisk manna.
It is from the Tarfa that the manna is obtained, and it is very strange that the fact should have remained unknown in Europe, till M. Seetzen mentioned it in a brief notice of his tour to Sinai, published in the Mines de l'Orient.
Manna from the Ash or lichen are 40-60% mannitol, 10-16% mannotetrose, 6-16% mannotriose; glucose, mucilage, fraxin[51].
www.bibleorigins.net /MannaSinaiBodenheimer.html   (9485 words)

 About Us
Manna Ministries’ initial goal was to provide services to the homeless, working poor and fixed income families and individuals.
Manna Ministries has been helping to provide a better quality of life for the “hidden homeless,” as well as save the State funds by keeping people from having to use welfare programs.
Manna Ministries has, for eleven years, not just concerned itself with providing a meal but we are very concerned with the quality of life for our guests and helping them find and keep employment.
www.mannainc.net /about_us.htm   (784 words)

 manna. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
In the Book of Exodus it is compared to coriander seed and described as fine, white, and flaky, with the taste of honey and wafer.
Manna has been linked with the gum resin produced by several kinds of tree and with a species of lichen still found in many sections of W Asia and N Africa.
According to another theory, manna is the sweet secretion of various plant insects.
www.bartleby.com /65/ma/manna.html   (150 words)

 Manna From Heaven
And the manna was as coriander seed, and the colour thereof as the colour of bdelliaum.
So great was the power conferred by manna, that this small band of wandering slaves were able to defeat all enemies who crossed their path even when confronted by armies that were bigger and better equipped.
Manna gave the Hebrews their own covenant with God one that is even recognized today by Christians who believe that the Jews have already earned a special place as the Chosen People.
deoxy.org /manna.htm   (2659 words)

Manna was a miraculous grace provision from God, Ex 16:32, "Then Moses said, 'This is what the Lord has commanded, 'Let an omerful of it be kept throughout your generations, that they may see the bread that I fed you in the wilderness, when I brought you out of the land of Egypt.'"
We remember the fish which we used to eat free in Egypt, the cucumbers and the melons and the leeks and the onions and the garlic, but now our appetite is gone.
This failure was memorialized by the placement of a pot of manna inside of the ark of the covenant.
www.realtime.net /~wdoud/topics/manna.html   (665 words)

 Manna (WebBible Encyclopedia) - ChristianAnswers.Net   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This manna was evidently altogether a miraculous gift, wholly different from any natural product with which we are acquainted, and which bears this name.
The manna of the Sinaitic peninsula is an exudation from the "manna-tamarisk" tree (Tamarix mannifera), the el-tarfah of the Arabs.
The manna with which the people of Israel were fed for forty years differs in many particulars from all these natural products.
www.christiananswers.net /dictionary/manna.html   (242 words)

 Manna Food Center: fighting hunger and feeding hope in Montgomery County
Manna operates as efficiently as possible to maximize your generous donations.
Manna provided a record number of households with emergency and supplemental food in FY07.
Manna needs more than food to feed the hungry.
www.mannafood.org   (519 words)

 Manna | TIME
Manna, gift of Heaven upon which the Israelites fed on their exodus from Egypt to Canaan, was but the excretion from the bodies of certain coccids, a kind of plant lice which infested the tamarisk shrubs of the Sinai Peninsula.
The Biblical tamarisk manna is not to be confused with the manna of the manna ash tree (Fraxinns ornus) cultivated commercially on the frassinetti (plantations) around Palermo, Sicily.
Manna of St. Nicholas di Bari made by an Italian woman of the 17th Century was a favorite cosmetic for women.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,723060,00.html   (761 words)

 Manna Lizards
Manna Lizards are winged miniature spell-casting dragons, favored by magicians and adventurers as pets.
Manna Lizards are classified by Stage of Life and Variety (color).
Hatchling (H) When hatched Manna Lizards, start with a craving for manna, usually provided by its parents (or impresser) at 1 PP per day, which is the maximum consumption rate allowed.
stobie.home.sprynet.com /games/ManaLizards.htm   (1162 words)

 Real Estate Development Consulting
Manna served as a consultant on the renovation of the old Anthony Bowen YMCA, now the Thurgood Marshall Center for Service and Heritage at 1816 12th Street, NW.
Several members of Manna’s project development and construction/design teams were consultants to this project.
Manna will provide the tenants associations in each of four properties (in the first round) with several options (rental, coop or condo), including costs, so they can make informed decisions as they continue negotiations with the city and their landlords.
www.mannadc.org /services/redevelopment.htm   (210 words)

 Manna on Main Street - Lansdale PA   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Manna is working with neighboring agencies to spread Dairy Day to other communities.
Manna and the North Penn Boys and Girls Club are working together to provide nutritious snacks for the kids who participate in the Club’s after school program.
Manna, in cooperation with The Reporter, sponsors the annual Florence Nightingale Contest to see who can raise the most money to support our medical aid program in our community.
www.mannaonmain.org /events.htm   (554 words)

 Manna, The - Jewish Knowledge Base
Manna, The: the food from heaven provided to the Jews in the desert after the exodus from Egypt
Manna, the "bread from heaven" which sustained the Children of Israel during their 40 years of wandering through the desert, began to fall on the 15th of Iyar of the year 2448 from creation--one month after the Exodus (see "Today in Jewish History" for...
Our Parshah tells us about the manna, the miraculous food provided for the Jewish people during the years they spent in the desert.
www.chabad.org /search/keyword.asp?kid=2437   (521 words)

 SMA :: Artists :: Manna   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Manna is a southern gospel group, together for over nineteen years, based out of Oliver Springs, TN, singing over the southeastern and northern states.
Manna was signed with Horizon Music Group and Sims Records and has had many national single radio releases, featured on Gospel Music Television, Sky Angel and many other television programs on cable and satellite in several states.
Manna will meet the needs of the program or service from supplying the special music to conducting the complete service or program with emceeing, speaking, singing all the way through the invitation or other requirements.
www.mannagospel.com /artists/manna/manna.htm   (955 words)

 eManna - The Word of God Delivered Daily Via eMail
Manna actually means “what is it?” in Hebrew.
Manna was small, round, and pearly white in appearance coming every day as fresh as the morning dew.
The taste was that of a wafer with honey and fresh oil.
www.emanna.com   (252 words)

 fUSION Anomaly. Manna
Manna, general name for several food substances, mostly sweetening agents, derived from unrelated plants.
Flowering, or manna, ash, Fraxinus ornus (see Ash), produces from incisions an exudate that is 80 percent mannitol, a sugar alcohol, and is grown for this purpose in Sicily.
Some experts believe that the manna of the Bible was the lichen Lecanora esculenta, or a related species.
fusionanomaly.net /manna.html   (522 words)

 Mountain Manna - Testimonials
During her early use of Mountain Manna Terri noticed something that caused her to signal to her husband a desire for more than he was giving her each day (1 teaspoon).
Four months after Terri began using the manna, early hints of her improvement encouraged her husband to begin regular daily manna use himself.
On October 1, 2000 the version of manna used by the family was switched to Mountain Manna's gold/iridium product in expectation that this frequency was even more suited to their needs.
www.mountain-manna.com /testimonials.htm   (1883 words)

 MANNA FoodBank: Hunger Report
Food banks are by far the single most important source of food for MANNA's partner agencies, accounting for 77% of the food used by emergency food pantries, 40% of soup kitchens' food, and 53% of emergency shelters' food.
Among all clients served by MANNA FoodBank partner agencies, 76% are food insecure, according to the U.S. government's official food security scale.
Out of total clients served by MANNA's partner agencies, volunteers are used at 82% of emergency food pantries, at 68% of soup kitchens, and at 58% of emergency shelters.
www.mannafoodbank.org /hungerreport/hungerreport.html   (559 words)

 Manna Pro Corporation
Manna Pro is a leader in the fields of companion animal and livestock nutrition and management.
Founded in 1985, Manna Pro is the successor to Carnation Company Milling Division.
Manna Pro’s flagship product, Calf-Manna, was developed in 1931 and is the country’s leading nutritional feed supplement for performance horses, beef and dairy cattle, rabbits, goats, poultry, and swine.
www.mannapro.com /pressroom/0905_anniversary.htm   (306 words)

 New Page 1
The Manna website will be closed until further notice due to members of the administration being called to duty overseas.
Thanks to all the venues, promoters, and people who have shown support and prayer to the Manna Team and the ministry.
You have made this past summer awesome, and we ask that your thoughts and prayers are with them while they are away from home.
www.mannaskateboards.com   (65 words)

 World Hunger&Relief Ministries
MANNA (Ministering Aid to Needy Nations Abroad) is ministry evangelism.
MANNA funds are not only used to meet these types of physical needs, but they also provide opportunities to share the love of Jesus.
Projects in the MANNA book have been divided up to show cost per unit and the current balance needed for underwriting.
www.imb.org /worldhunger/manna.asp   (414 words)

 la.foodblogging » Oh Heavenly Manna
After all, the whole point of Korean BBQ is that the meat is already bursting with flavor, having been marinated thoroughly.
But usually go to Manna if there is a lot of people going.
Manna has chicken, but you have to ask for it because it doesnt come with the beef.
la.foodblogging.com /2005/09/01/oh-heavenly-manna   (956 words)

 Manna Cross Currents - Find Articles
When the manna comes, You drink (Instead of a stingy, measured allowance of stagnant water) Bottles and gallons of fruit juices, From citrus to mango, from apricot to kiwi.
When the manna comes, You smell The fragrance of incense Enwrapping and enveloping you, Drifting down from the mountains of myrrh And the hills of frankincense.
When the manna comes, You see A fl raven perched on a leafless bush Transform Into a phoenix Whose peacock-colored feathers dazzle, Unscathed By the halo of flames Blazing around her.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m2096/is_1_54/ai_n6095125   (256 words)

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