Asahel


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Asahel

(ā`səhĕl, ăs`ə–), in the Bible, David's nephew. Murdered by Abner, he was avenged by his brother Joab.
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Developing the Pacific Northwest: The Life and Work of Asahel Curtis is an in-depth biography of photographer Asahel Curtis (1875-1941).
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The Hyde Park conference saw representatives Asafa (Druze), Asahel (Shiite), Khoyoul (Shiite), Naser Bar Elias (Sunni), Fajir (Shiite) and Alirshad (Shiite) make impassioned pleas to the Federation chief Hashem Haidar to resign as well as calls for the Federation to modernize.
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Good thing the rest of Oregon didn't follow Eugene's lead or Portland would be called Francis and Salem would be named Asahel.
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But as caseloads increased, Middlesex prosecutors began to make greater use of the technique; by the 1830s, for example, Asahel Huntington was using preprinted, multicount indictment forms for his liquor prosecutions, suggesting that the multicount indictment and a subsequent nolle prosequi (nol pros) of several charges in exchange for a plea were becoming increasingly routine.
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Joab had felt aggrieved because Abner had killed Joab's brother Asahel during a battle (2 Sam 2:12-23), and Joab had killed Abner by stabbing him in the stomach (2 Sam 2:22-30).