Abiel

Abiel

(ā`bēĕl, əbī`ĕl, ăb`ēĕl), in the Bible. 1 Grandfather of King Saul. 2 One of David's valiant men.
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Media Contact: Abiel Bergen, OMER BHATTI MANAGEMENT, 0000000000, contact@omerbhatti.
The Museum of African American History's Abiel Smith School was built in Boston in 1835 as the first building erected in the country for the sole purpose of housing a black public school.
Khuram Saeed and Abiel Chippa took two wickets each.
In 1712, the court ordered John Sacket to pay child support to Abiel Williams.
Low residence: The near-twin of the house next door, this was home to Abiel Abbot Low, whose "House of Low:" was royalty in the 19th-century China trade, employing beautiful clipper ships docked across the East River at South Street Seaport.
This is not surprising, given how many jobs are still being lost," said Abiel Reinhart, an economist at JP Morgan in New York.
citing a letter from Warner Mifflin to Abiel Foster); cf.
It has been often remarked," as Abiel Abbot articulated,
On June 25, a head-on collision on Highway 138 west of I-15 killed Los Angeles police Detective Abiel Barron and critically injured his partner, Andrew Teague.
Our next target is Mandeville," said Abiel Socorro, v.
The first financing of a public library from public dollars came about when the Reverend Abiel Abbott convinced citizens to support the Peterborough Town Library in New Hampshire in 1833 (Clark, 1992).