Jedidiah


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Jedidiah

(jĕdĭdī`ə) [Heb.,=beloved of God], in the Bible, auspicious name that Nathan bestowed on the baby Solomon.
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For now, Jedidiah Wick, owner of Jedidiah Construction is surviving though the new year dealt him a bad hand.
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Scott's up-to-the minute nineteenth-century bard is a fictional parish clerk, schoolmaster and novelist, irreverently named Jedidiah Cleishbotham, who has published the tales passed on to him by a friend and fellow schoolmaster, Peter Pattieson.
Miss Redd's son, Jedidiah Redd, who was 13 years old at the time of the murder, said: "Only when justice is carried out will my mother truly rest in peace.
34) Dwight's friend Jedidiah Morse used the translatio and heliotropism expansively near the end of his American Geography of 1789 (in a paragraph which matches stylistically a nearly identical passage in Dwight's Valedictory).
Since then she has had twins John David and Janna, 15; Jill, 14; Jessa, 12; Jinger, 11; Joseph, 10; Josiah, nine; Joy-Anna, eight; twins Jeremiah and Jedidiah, six; Jason, five; James, four; Justin, two; and Jackson Levi, one.
A lot of people have weird names like Jovann or Jedidiah and Zedikiah.
Cajudo is survived by his wife, Raquel Calma; daughter, Tarja; and son, Jedidiah.
Mission Viejo marched 70 yards in 10 plays on its first drive, capped by Jedidiah Collins' 6-yard touchdown catch to make it 7-0.
The name Jed comes from an Old Testament prophet Jedidiah.
Privacky's brother, Jedidiah, and his girlfriend, April Boss, both 19, were studying at the Muskegon Community College to be teachers.
A successful journalist, Evarts had been hired by Jedidiah Morse in 1810 to edit the Panoplist, a monthly journal advocating Calvinistic orthodoxy; he edited the journal for a decade.