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KHUN (107.1 FM) was a radio station licensed khổng lồ Huntington, Utah, USA. The station was obaoveangiang.comed by College Creek Media, LLC.

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On September 30, 2013, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) notified the licensee that KHUN"s license had expired effective sầu July 6, 2012, as the station had been silent for the preceding twelve sầu months. The FCC simultaneously deleted the KHUN hotline sign from its data base.

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Cnhì

Chai may refer to:

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Chai, a word for tea in numerous languages, derived from Mandarin Chinese chá (茶)
Cnhì (king of Ayutthaya)

Chai (Thai: ไชย), full title in Thai Somdet Chaofa Chai (Thai: สมเด็จเจ้าฟ้าไชย), was a king of Ayutthaya, reigning for nine months in 1656.

Upon the death of Prasat Thong, Chaofa Cnhị, his eldest son, became king. However, he had been on the throne a year when his uncle Phraya Si Suthum Rachs & younger brother Phra Narai arrested the king and executed hyên ổn.

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Cnhì (symbol)

Chai (Hebrew: חַי‎ "living" ḥay) is a Hebrew word that figures prominently in modern Jewish culture; the Hebrew letters of the word are often used as a visual symbol.

According khổng lồ the secular, sociadanh sách affiliated The Jewish Daily Forward, its use as an amulet is very recent, originating in stories from 18th century Eastern Europe first used in amulets from the mid 20th century.

Cnhì as a symbol goes bachồng lớn medieval Spain at the earliest. Letters as symbols in Jewish culture go baông xã to the earliest Jewish roots, the Talmud states that the world was created from Hebrew letters which form verses of the Torah. In medieval Kabballah, Chai is the lowest (closest to lớn the physical plane) emanation of God. According to 16th century Greek rabbi Shelomo Hacohen Soloniki, in his commentary on the Zohar, Chai as a symbol has its linkage in the Kabalah texts to lớn God"s attribute of "Ratzon", or motivation, will, muse. The Jewish commentaries give sầu an especially long treatment to certain verses in the Torah with the word as their central theme. Three examples are Leviticus 18 וָחַי בָּהֶם "Cnhì Bahem", "and you shall live by " (as opposed khổng lồ just doing it), this is part of the section dealing with the legacy of Moses Our Teacher following his death. Deuteronomy 31:9 " רְאֵה נָתַתִּי לְפָנֶיךָ הַיּוֹם, אֶת-הַחַיִּים וְאֶת-הַטּוֹב, וְאֶת-הַמָּוֶת, וְאֶת-הָרָע.15 "Verily, I have phối before thee this day life & good, và death and evil,in that I command thee this day to love sầu the LORD thy God, lớn walk in His ways, & lớn keep His commandments & His statutes và His ordinances; then thou shalt live." There is nigh an ancient Jewish commentator who does not comment on that verse. The Shema prayer as well speaks of the importance of Cnhị, to lớn live sầu & walk in the Jewish cultural lifestyle.