Achsah


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Achsah

Caleb’s daughter; promised in marriage to conqueror of Debir. [O.T.: Joshua 15:16–19; Judges 1:12–15]
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For a focused overview of Stoicism as a response and solution to the mutability of history, see Achsah Giubbory, The Map of Time (Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1986) p.
Achsah Guibbory shows how Urne Buriall, for example, investigates "obliquely and .
Some are stolid or even a bit prosaic; others, such as Ken Stone's "What Happens When Achsah Gets Off Her Ass: Queer Reading and Judges 1:11-15," are almost rollicking.
Achsah Guibbory, citing a letter in which Donne refers to "the Religion I was born in" (Letters 306-07), aptly asks a litany of questions: "What religion does Donne mean he was 'born in"?
Achsah James, an Abu Dhabi pupil who participated in a painting competition to commemorate the recent launch of UAE's first multipurpose satellite, wanted to highlight the importance of cross cultural communication.
Kaushik Ganesan, Priyanka Mohanta, Thara Elizbeth Varughese, Valiveti Srivalli, Achsah Raichel Johnson, Divya Elza Jacob, Jesmy Mary Varughese, Priscilla A.
7, 1946, in Salt Lake City to Franklin and Florence Butts Clark He married Achsah Neyland on Aug.
Library, and Porter (classics, English, and music, Skidmore College) examine the previously unknown friendship of Willa Cather and artists Earl and Achsah Brewster.
Three fine essays by Achsah Guibbory, Elizabeth Sauer, and Nicholas von Maltzahn are the most historical.
and Caleb announced, 'I will give my daughter Achsah in marriage to the man who attacks and captures Kiriath-sepher.
Myvany Bentall (soprano), a former Kirklees Young Musician of the Year, sang splendidly as Achsah, and was at her best in the coloratura in Hark, Hark, 'Tis The Linnet.
My attempt here is to see how the biblical portrayal of Achsah found in Judges chapter 1 can be interpreted in a way that it addresses the questions of female 'power', 'space' 'affirmation' and 'identity'.