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Use "neb" in a sentence
"It is only rarely, and at a later period, that prophecy is called nebû'ah, a cognate of nabî '; more ordinarily we find hazôn, vision, or word of God, oracle"
"The figure is standing on a basket called a neb, which in ancient Egyptian iconography signifies a ruler or deity."
"The current thinking on Neanderthal physiology includes a neb which is capable of a large throughput, such as that."