German borrowed the word cartel in French as cartel. In the 1880s, the Germans found a new use of the word to designate the economic coalition of private industry, to regulate the quality and quantity of goods to be produced, the prices to be paid, the terms of delivery to be paid and the markets to be supplied. The biological mother of the child, when handed over to his new parents by adoption, gives him a bowl of consecrated saffron water; and both the child and the symbol of blood are received by the adoptive Father, declaring that the Son must now enter into all that belongs to that Father. “Then he and his wife, pouring a little saffron water into the well of their hands and falling a little into that of the adopted child, say aloud to the assembly: `We have acquired this child from our stem, and we are integrating it into it.` On which they drink the water of saffron and rise, they make a deep obedience to the Assembly; To which the incumbent Brahmans respond with the word “Asirvadam”. In the West, we are used to saying that “blood is thicker than water”; But the Arabs have the idea that blood is thicker than milk, than breast milk. At home, two children fed on the same breast are called milk brothers or “sucking brothers”; and the link between them is very strong. But the Arabs are those who are closer to the brothers in the covenant of blood than to the brothers on a common chest; That those who have tasted the blood of the other are in a safer covenant than those who have tasted the same milk together; whereas the “blood-licked”, as the blood brothers are sometimes called, are more true than the “milk brothers” or the “sucking brothers”; That blood is indeed thicker than milk and thicker than water. The word covenant is generally associated with the Christian and Jewish religion. In the Old Testament, it refers to the agreements or treaties concluded between peoples or nations, but especially the promises that God has made to mankind (for example. B the promise to Noah never to destroy the earth again by flood or the promise to Abraham that his descendants would multiply and inherit the land of Israel).

God`s revelation of the law to Moses on Mount Sinai created a pact between God and Israel, known as the Sinai covenant. . . .