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In The 10 Sefirot: Ohrot and Keilim - Lights and Vessels
... consist of a "light" (an ohr) that is vested in a "vessel" (a kli Hebrew כלי‎ plural keilim Hebrew כלים‎) ... arises from each of their different spiritual vessels ... The light adapts itself to each vessel, to express the particular nature of each vessel ...
Neretva Pirates - Economy
... The main type of vessel the Narentines used was the Slavic Sagena (Latin Sagitta, meaning arrow) from the beginning of the 9th century, a variation of the Scandinavian Viking Drakkar ... It was a long, relatively shallow vessel that was specific for its high speed with a slender body, a sharp bow and a mast ... Other than this type of vessel, the Pagans used the Kondura a ship similar to the Sagena, but a lot smaller, with a crew of 20 members ...
Eendracht (1989 Ship)
... The first vessel run by the same foundation was a two masted schooner, which was sold to German owners and now sails under the name of "Johann Smidt" ... Soon after the first vessel, originally a topsail schooner, was launched, it was realised that the vessel was too small for the purposes of the foundation ... Immediately the planning for a larger three masted vessel began ...
Vessel - Music
... Vessels (band), a British post-rock band Vessels (Wolf Cub album), 2006 Vessels (Ivoryline album), 2010 "Vessel", a song by Nine Inch Nails from the album Year Zero ...
HNo MS Valkyrien (A535)
... the pennant number A535 and is the present support vessel for the Royal Norwegian Navy Coastal Combat Flotilla ... Valkyrien was built as a civilian supply vessel in 1981 ... The vessel has a displacement of 3,000 tons and a top speed of 16.5 knots (30.6 km/h) ...

Famous quotes containing the word vessel:

    Demagogue—a vessel containing beer and other liquids.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    Every day brings a ship,
    Every ship brings a word;
    Well for those who have no fear,
    Looking seaward well assured
    That the word the vessel brings
    Is the word they wish to hear.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    This could be the day.
    I could slip anchor and wander
    to the end of the jetty
    uncoil into the waters
    a vessel of light moonglade
    ride the freshets to sundown
    Audre Lorde (1934–1992)