She was very nice and I had no reason to think that Joram
was waiting back stage.
As previously mentioned, some of the items were based on assessment instruments developed by Lonka, Joram
, and Bryson (1995).
Their son, born in the following year, was called Joram
after his oratorio.
began in 1995 when a flood in Pathumthani, Thailand damaged a business run by Joram
Hirsch and Sompong Virkananon.
The recent discovery of the World War II Cemetery in east Changlang district has led to renewed interest in the famous Still Well Road built by Allied forces linking Ledo in Assam to Kunming in China," says Dr Joram
Beda, Arunachal Pradesh Tourism Secretary.
Ten Brink, Christine Cynn, Anne Kohncke, Signe Byrge Sorensen,
Denmark, Norway, UK Produced by Signe Byrge Sorensen, Joram
Ten Brink, Christine Cynn, Anne Kohncke, Joshua Oppenheimer, Michael Uwemedimo and anonymous Indonesian producers.
Major artists who made their mark at the Gallery Workshop include Joram
Mariga, John Takawira, Joseph Ndarika, Nicholas Mukomberanwa and Thomas Mukarobgwa.
The commanders were included Raees Qadir from Draim district,Qari Musbah from Yaftal, Abdul Aziz from Joram
,Qari Hamidullah and Muhammad Ismail from Ragh districts, associated with Jamiat-i-Islami led by former jihadi commander Borhanuddin Rabbani.
More than a dozen years later, the last deed of his son King Joram
[or, in alternate form, Jehoram] was a battle for Ramoth-gilead.
Contributors: Alan Wall, Sara Staino, Joram
Rukambe, Andrew Ellis, Ayman Ayoub and Carl Dundas
(2003) recommends that where possible, children should generate their own "personal benchmarks".