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During olden day, a short piece of narrow tube between wider sections for measuring flow rate or exerting suction is Venturi.

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Refaim in its meaning as ghosts also appears in the old testament in Psalms 78, 11; Isaiah 14, 9; Proverbs 9, 18. It also appears in inscriptions in Phoenician, Canaanite and Ogarit (languagues that are very close to Hebrew). In Stargate Atlantis the Wraiths are called in Hebrew Refaim, which is a ...

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He loves is literally: hoo ohev, but God is not He in Hebrew. He has many names, some of them are too holy to be pronounced like Yahwe, the right spelling of Jehova. Anyhow, these two names are not said in Hebrew. Another name is Elohim (namely God) and for religious people it is also too holy to ...