Jabin


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Jabin

(jā`bĭn), in the Bible, name of two kings of Hazor.
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Jabin, King of Hazor, (up yonder above Dan,) called all the sheiks about him together, with their hosts, to make ready for Israel's terrible General who was approaching.
Deborah, the prophetess, told Barak to take ten thousand men and sally forth against another King Jabin who had been doing something.
Canadian National (CNI) downgraded to Underperform from Neutral at BofA/Merrill with analyst Ken Hoexter saying CEO Luc Jabin stepped down at a time when the company's pace of growth is set to stagnate as rising costs to maintain service levels offset volume and pricing gains.
The US leader said he's willing to take on the National Rifle Association, Image Credit: Bloomberg Jabin Botsford, Washington Post
Amit Eranda bowled superbly to claim three wickets while Jabin Jabbar, Batagoda Ranasinghe and Kurukulasuriya Fernando took two wickets each.
Cussins' chief executive Jabin Cussins said: "Cussins' inclusion is a boost for all our team who have worked extremely hard to deliver the growth levels we are achieving and to ensure that the quality that our home-buyers expect is maintained as we expand.
Musarrat Jabin Director IPM and R Dr, Haider Darian, faculty and a huge number of students also attended the closing ceremony.
Vice Chancellor Bahadur Khan Women University Rukhsana Jabin said students should have ample opportunities of future building after getting educational degrees.
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Some of the great historical figures include Mukoro Mowoe who is the most celebrated as the father of Urhobo nationalism, Jabin Obahor, M.