Horam


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Horam

(hôr`ăm), in the Bible, king of Gezer. He was defeated and killed by Joshua.
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Horam was quoted as saying: "They want to nationalise everything including the kitchen sink.
I only set about composing my first choral cycle, K horam (Toward the Mountains), in 2004, after being called upon to do so by the chorus master Jakub Martinec, for Boni Pueri's tour of the USA and Japan.
Ubi tamen, ponderatis fidelium et locorum condicionibus, de iudicio Ordinarii loci, horam celebrandae Vigiliae anticipari conveniat, haec non inchoetur ante diei crepusculum, aut certe non ante solis occasum>> (Missale Romanum de 1962, p.
Ceterum Garsias rex, postquam ultimam presentis vite clausit horam, ad Ordonium Christi belligerum successio regni diuino nutu peruenit.
The contract was awarded to Al Horam Arabian Trading & Contracting Co.
The exodus of MPs from the Commons at the next general election was swelled further yesterday with the news that Orpington Tory John Horam will step down.
The world is being Google-ised" - Tory MP John Horam.
We have been approached by a member of Emma's family who has indicated that there is a possibility that she was murdered close to Waldron or Horam and that her body was disposed of locally.
She vanished cycling from Waldron, East Sussex, to Horam rail station to catch a train to Kent.
The chamber's Roger Horam said: "While we expect a number of Polish guests, the event is aimed at the growing number of people who have come into the Scottish economy from all the new EU accession states.
Missus sum in vineam circa horam nonam, Suam quisque nititur vendere personam.
confirmed Dermot Horam, RTE Ireland's director of Broadcast and Acquisitions.