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Jethro

(jĕth`rō), Midianite priest of the peninsula of Sinai who was the companion and father-in-law of Moses. He is also called Reuel, Raguel, and Hobab.

Jethro

Old Testament a Midianite priest, the father-in-law of Moses (Exodus 3:1; 4:18)
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Jethro is introduced in Exodus 2, where he marries off his daughter Zipporah to Moses.
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It will kick off with Cornwall's "Minister of Culture" Jethro.
Cornwall's Minister of Culture, Jethro, brings his latest show to Huddersfield Town Hall on Sunday October 23 at 7.