Jubal


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Jubal

(jo͞o`băl), in the Bible, son of Lamech and originator of musical instruments.

Jubal

forebear of all who play harp and pipe. [O.T.: Genesis 4:21]
See: Music

Jubal

Old Testament the alleged inventor of musical instruments (Genesis 4:21)
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En la parte sur del area de estudio, la estacion meteorologica Jubal (INAMHI: M5138), durante el periodo 2013-2015, registro una temperatura media anual de 8,2[degrees]C, una humedad relativa media anual de 85,6% y una precipitacion media anual de 981 mm.
In her poem "The Legend of Jubal," Eliot writes the story of Jubal, father of the lyre (Genesis 4: 21), to teach the value of art to humanity, and in "The Death of Moses," she also assumes the role of scripture writer to tell the story of Moses's death (Williams, p.
Notese como en esta detallada y loable descripcion de la edicion parmesana el abate Juan Andres pone en entredicho la propuesta requeniana de remontar el origen mismo de la musica hasta el mitico y biblico Jubal, al tiempo que reconoce su meritoria labor de recuperacion de determinados musicologos grecolatinos y de sus aportaciones expuestas en sus respectivos tratados.
Indeed, some historians have gone so far as to dismiss Lee's military reputation as "manufactured history," a postwar invention by such Lost Cause writers as Jubal Early, who distorted the record by vastly inflating Lee's abilities and wartime stature.
father of music, Jubal, listened to the sounds of the forge and the work
One would think this would end trouble - but it's only beginning when it's discovered that Jubal was already dead before the storm, and that murder may have been involved.
Impact of our built environmental, Public health jubal of Environment Health Perspectives, 104(2).
The potential for a comparative analysis of this process across several generations of southerners, from, say, Jubal Early through the Agrarians to the contemporary religious right, which might have advanced Smith's argument in more sophisticated ways, thus remains largely untapped.
He is deaf in one ear and he is descended from Confederate American Civil War general Jubal Early.
Doc Thompson is heading out to cheek on the sick in their tents when stretcher-bearers bring in another casualty from Jubal Early's lines.
At the foot of the monolith sit Cork and Jubal Little, the presumptive future Governor of Minnesota.
Lee directed Lieutenant General Jubal Early to assault the Shenandoah Valley of western Virginia, clear it of Union troops, then move on to Maryland and force Grant to defend Washington, D.