Eliphalet

Eliphalet

(ēlĭf`əlĕt), in the Bible, name of two sons of David. Alternate forms are Eliphelet and Elpalet.
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His brother Eliphalet imagined the devil was always at his elbow--but
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Eliphalet Ladd's abridgement of a leading English manual by Richard Burn, published for New Hampshire JPs in 1792, prefaces the regurgitation of Burn with this terse paragraph: "General search warrants are illegal.
Remington traces its origins back to 1816 when the founder, Eliphalet, and his blacksmith father decided that they could build rifle barrels better than were currently available.
Instead, Thackery Eliphalet Cinder, Yaramon's smarmy vice president and hatchet man, engages the public with the administration's relentless propaganda designed to placate the people into a sense of complacency, passivity and consumerism to the benefit of the decidedly pro-capitalist regime.
The debates from the previous quarter century and his ongoing relationship with his mentor, Eliphalet Nott, president of Union College, shaped his thinking.
Owl's Head" is thought to derive from the putatively owlish shape of the hill upon which the park is situated; "Bliss" comes from the manufacturer Eliphalet W.
18) As for Eliphalet Nott, "He kept no copies of his correspondence, attaching seemingly no importance to it, beyond the purpose subserved for the time.
A seminal moment occurred after the Great New York Fire of 1835, when the company's president, Eliphalet Terry, drove a horse-drawn sleigh from Hartford to New York to personally pay policy-holders' claims.
Eliphalet Wickes Blatchford was a philanthropist and Christian businessman from the city of Chicago (1826-1914).
ANSWERS: 1 Carisbrooke Castle; 2 The Campaign for Real Ale; 3 Winston Churchill; 4 Mount Parnassus; 5 Tin and lead; 6 Port Vale FC; 7 Eliphalet Remington; 8 Nick Leeson; 9 Playing The Field; 10 A seed (of the carob plant).
20, then-Hartford President Eliphalet Terry made a 125-mile sleigh ride in sub-zero temperatures from Hartford to New York City to pay claims on the spot, using his personal estate as collateral.