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Beriah

(bērī`ə), in the Bible. 1 Son of AsherAsher
[Heb.,=happy], in the Bible, tribe of Israel. Its eponym was Jacob's eighth son. It occupied the northwestern part of ancient Palestine, and its position laid Asher open to influence from other nations and attacks by them.
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, eponym of the Beriites. 2 Son of EphraimEphraim
, in the Bible, younger son of Joseph and Asenath and eponymous ancestor of one of the 12 tribes of Israel. His tribe occupied the rugged country around Shiloh that later came to be called Mt. Ephraim.
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Alyssa Beriah Chance, 33, was being held Wednesday in the Lane County Jail.
Cardiff City's team: Albert Smith, Arthur Lever, Ken Hollyman, Fred Stansfield, Danny Lester, Colin Gibson, Ernie Carless, Bill Shankly, Billy Rees, Roy Clarke, Beriah Moore.
Beriah Campbell was allegedly repeatedly punched by a man suffering from a mental health condition during the night at Birmingham's City Hospital.
Ymhlith y rhai a gafodd ddylanwad yr oedd Gwili a Chynddelw a thad Beriah Gwynfe Evans.
Birney, Beriah Green, William Goodell, William Jay, Gerrit Smith, and the merchant brothers Arthur and Lewis Tappan, for example.
The author realizes this and refers to some excavated sites: Tel 'Ira, the Nestorian monastery at Tel Masos, and Har Beriah (pp.
Again, through the radio programme, Roy found many of the original players from that Cardiff team, including Beriah Moore, from Rhyl, who was unable to make the reunion in Cardiff, but who contributed a filmed message.
Back row, Jim Pearce (assistant trainer), Arthur Lever, Alf Sherwood, Phil Joslin, Bob Allison (trainer), Ernie Stephenson, Beriah Moore, Gordon Pembrey; front row, Bill Hullett, Tommy Best, Fred Stansfield, Ken Hollyman, Ron Stitfall and Billy Baker
THE man who punched frail pensioner Beriah Campbell as he lay in a ward at City Hospital was suffering from dementia and was not responsible for his actions.
The higher selves, spiritual and transcendental, are part of the world of beriah, creation and atzilut, emanation.
The mainstays of the Cardiff City team in that 1945-46 season were Roy Clarke, Colin Gibson, Danny Lester, Lever, Beriah Moore, Rees, Alf Sherwood and Fred Stansfield.