Caleb


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Caleb

(kā`lĕb), in the Bible, principal spy sent into Canaan, noted for his faithfulness to God. The name is mentioned elsewhere, apparently in connection with a clan inhabiting S ancient Palestine. An alternate form is Chelubai.

Caleb

faithfully followed God in exploration of Canaan. [O.T.: Numbers 14:24–25]
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Either because his interest in this work thrust the incident of the signature from his memory, or for some reason of which Caleb was more conscious, Mrs.
So, with another sharp look round the room, he went out at the door; followed by Caleb with the wedding-cake on his head.
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Rodney Clark of Quebec, a member of the compensation committee, cited Bishop Caleb Lawrence of Moosonee as an example: "Caleb has been a bishop for a long time.
Caleb Parker is one of 257,000 free persons of color living in the Confederacy; when war breaks out, he and his best friend enlist in the Union militia, yet Yankee atrocities force them to change sides and fight for the Confederacy.
Six-year-old Caleb Orlando had somehow circumvented a fence surrounding the yard and was being mauled by the neighbor's 75-pound mixed-breed dog.
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Caleb Brett is an independent testing company with labs all over the United States.
IT IS NOW WIDELY ACCEPTED THAT BOTH GODWIN'S TREATISE, AN ENQUIRY Concerning Political Justice (1793) and his major work of narrative fiction, Things As They Are; Or, The Adventures of Caleb Williams (1794) are "designed to achieve change and also designed to refute the case for the status quo familiarised, above all, by Burke.
of Caleb Dickinson's activities in laundering his ill-gotten gains from the slave trade into real estate speculation and suburban development.
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