Jerusha

Jerusha

or

Jerushah

(both: jēro͞o`shə), in the Bible, mother of King Jotham of Judah.
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Orange Belts were given to Jerusha Sharon, Janesa Sherin and Adharsh Subrahmanian.
TODAY Napoleon Dynamite (2004) Film4, 11am Jared Hess' offbeat comedy, co-written with his wife Jerusha, centres on teen misfit Napoleon Dynamite (Jon Heder), who lives at home with his 32-year-old, internet-obsessed brother Kip (Aaron Ruell) and doddering grandmother (Sandy Martin).
The driver faced nine counts of causing the deaths of Sarah Gakii, Edward Karuti, Margret Ntundu, Julia Kalai, Jerusha Thirindi, Josphat Mwiti, Susan Kananu, Salome Mukamaua and Ann Mugomuga.
Part 1, "Contexts," includes: Jerusha McCormack, "Wit in Earnest: Wildes Irish Word-Play" (15-36); Michael Y.
Napoleon Dynamite, an independent art-house comedy film written by Jared and Jerusha Hess, was low budget but enjoyed runaway success.
Then, Jerusha Lamptey, in a chapter entitled "Embracing Relationality and Theological Tensions: Muslima Theology, Religious Diversity, and Fate," provides an important intervention that introduces modern women theologians into the predominantly male discourse.
My Daughter Jerusha, droops and seems to have them appearing.
Summary: UAE, GCC investment in Egypt's construction sector can promote stability, analysts tell Jerusha Sequeira
She Remembers by Jerusha Israel, age 13, Rancho Penasquitos
The classic tale of young orphan Jerusha (from the Jean Webster novel), aided in her journey through life by an anonymous benefactor.