Amon those applauding Katrina's performance was a camera-wielding topless woman with a mustache drawn on her face in biro.
Judge Amon agreed and discharged Headley from any further probation.
It was afterwards repaired, and made use of for a place of augury: and its situation was close to the temple of Amon.
The second prophet of Amon, and then his companions, turned toward them.
Now, when Jeremiah was a young man, the Jews and their king Amon were in a state of most abominable wickedness.
"Bring him to the steps of the temple of Amon," said Seti to the Nubians who held him fast.
"And Amon be praised that it ended as it did," exclaimed the master of the ceremonies.
One of these held Amon by the throat and one held the new Pharaoh by the throat.
The lion's share of all this wealth fell to the temples sacred to Amon.
If I have powers, there may be others who have greater powers, as I learned in the temple of Amon.
Old English, from Late Latin amen, from Ecclesiastical Greek amen, from Hebrew amen "truth," used adverbially as an expression of agreement (e.g. Deut. xxvii:26, I Kings i:36; cf. Modern English verily, surely, absolutely in the same sense), from Semitic root a-m-n "to be trustworthy, confirm, support." Used in Old English only at the end of Gospels, otherwise translated as Soðlic! or Swa hit ys, or Sy! As an expression of concurrence after prayers, it is recorded from early 13c.