tema Eyer was the good nature of the partnership, with a brain no less agile and profound.
"In two days we'll be ready, tema," said Lucian Jeter quietly.
Afterward he pointed at her, adding, "tema quio," and accompanied these words by most significant gestures.
"I've arrived at the same conclusions as yourself, tema," he said.
"I expected it, but it's a shock just the same, tema," he said softly.
"Our friends out there will look after that, tema," he said in a natural tone of voice.
The troops of tema looked, the companies of Sheba waited for them.
The inhabitants of the land of tema met the fugitives with their bread.
It would stand there in the way of the caravans of tema for succeeding generations to read.
Well, tema, old son, we're prisoners as surely as though we were locked in a chrome steel vault a thousand feet underground.
south; desert, one of the sons of Ishmael, and father of a tribe so called (Gen. 25:15; 1 Chr. 1:30; Job 6:19; Isa. 21:14; Jer. 25:23) which settled at a place to which he gave his name, some 250 miles south-east of Edom, on the route between Damascus and Mecca, in the northern part of the Arabian peninsula, toward the Syrian desert; the modern Teyma'.