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Hamor

(hā`môr), in the Bible, head of the family from whom Abraham bought his tomb. An alternate form is Emmor.
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Hamor complies and, after their circumcisions, he and all of his men go to their tents to recover.
The organization representatives come out and show their support for the youth," Hamor said.
After violating Dinah, Shechem realizes that he loves the maiden and asks his father, Hamor, to secure Dinah as his (Shechem's) wife (34:3-4).
Safari Mall at Abu Hamor received a large number of shoppers, especially in the evening, with most of them seeking a good deal at various promotions and offers, especially in electronics, electrical appliances and mobile phones.
Joe's family includes: his wife of 55 years, Iris (Pearlman) Ianno of Tilton; daughters: Debra Hamor and her husband Alan of Parker, CO, and their children, Sharon, Kaitlin and Benjamin; Patricia Vairo and her husband Leonard of Holden, MA, and their children, Joseph, Adrienne and Lucia; Suzanne McDonald and her husband, Jack of Everett, MA, his brother, Nicholas Ianno of Landaff, NH, sisters: Antoinette LeClair of Bridgewater, MA, Rosemarie Spano of Brockton, MA.
39) See the 1614 Treaty with Chickahominy in Ralph Hamor, A True Discourse of the Present State of Virginia (London, 1615), 13-14.
However a brown suit and Homburg hat jarred curiously with the light countertenor voice from Iphis's lover Hamor (Andrew Radley).
quoting Lillian Hamor, Note, The Effect of Third Party Cohabitation on Alimony Payments, 15 TULSA L.
Alan Ewing, singing his equally uninspiring brother Zebul, and Robin Blaze, singing an at times shaky counter tenor role Hamor, fared little better.
The hermeneutic archetype of this is a midrash that says that the child born as a result of the incident between Dinah and Shehem, the son of Hamor the Hivvite (Genesis 34:2), was Asenath, who married Joseph (Targum Yonatan, Genesis 41:45) and gave birth to Manasseh and Ephraim (Pirkey D'Rabbi Eliezer 38).
Pinker recounts at length some hair-raising anecdotes passed on without criticism--indeed, often with approbation--in the Hebrew Bible, such as the tale of what the 12 sons of Jacob did to Hamor the Hivite.