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Annas

(ăn`əs) [Gr.,=Heb. HananiahHananiah
. 1 One of the Three Young Men. According to the Book of Daniel, he was one of Daniel's three companions and was also known as Shadrach. 2 In the Book of Jeremiah, a false prophet. 3 In 1 Chronicles, son of Zerubbabel.
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], in the New Testament, Jewish high priest who examined Jesus. Nonbiblical sources say that he was retired high priest. His son-in-law was Caiaphas.
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No," Dolly was beginning, but Anna cut her short, kissing her hand once more.
Yes, I can," said Anna, thinking a moment; and grasping the position in her thought and weighing it in her inner balance, she added: "Yes, I can, I can, I can.
Come, let us go; I'll take you to your room," she said, getting up, and on the way she embraced Anna.
Pierre had been educated abroad, and this reception at Anna Pavlovna's was the first he had attended in Russia.
Larry "Dink" Stephenson the novel's narrator and Michelle "Princess" Diamond are songwriters for the Annas a singing group in the early '60s.
In 1998, George Annas, director of the Law, Medicine, and Ethics Program at the Boston University Schools of Medicine and Public Health, conceded that the carrier of the BRCA1 gene has a high risk of contracting breast cancer.
Annas would have believed that he was God, as long as he did not have to believe that he was also man.
Anna's Angels Director Michelle Pfeiffer started Anna's Angels with her husband, Andrew Merrills, following the birth of their second daughter, Anna, who has Down syndrome.