Mahlon

Mahlon

(mā`lən), in the Bible, Ruth's husband.
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The 2015 Taubman Prize recipient, Mahlon DeLong, M.
More than one adult employee of Mahlon "Mel" Blose, 67, reported the alleged sexual abuse to authorities on July 9.
In 1970, these two new trustees told the newly appointed president of the Worcester Foundation, Mahlon Haogland, of their efforts in Washington, and that there would soon be a new source of money for cancer research.
Substitutes not used: Glen Morris (goalkeeper), Leon Legge, Danny Galbraith, Luke Norris, Mahlon Romei.
The Gills almost gifted Cardiff a goal when keeper Glenn Morris and team-mate Mahlon Romeo collided, but Morris jumped up to deny John.
Petre owns the company jointly with his brother Steve and their father Mahlon.
Tommy Forecast, Mahlon Romeo and Sam Muggleton can expect rare Gills starts as the champions wind down their campaign.
The Dominion President presented a UE certificate to Sandra Hannaford UE of Heritage Branch for her Loyalist ancestor, Mahlon Knight UE.
Naomi is left with two growing boys, Mahlon and Chilion.
Mahlon "Chuck" Kennicutt II, professor of oceanography who has conducted research in the area for more than 25 years, says Antarctica faces growing threats from global warming, loss of sea ice and landed ice, increased tourism, over-fishing in the region, pollution and invasive species creeping into the area.
Texas A and M University oceanographer Mahlon "Chuck" Kennicutt II, who was included in team, said Antarctica faces growing threats from global warming, loss of sea ice and landed ice, increased tourism, over-fishing in the region, pollution and invasive species creeping into the area.
The antithesis of the life-force is death, which quickly makes its appearance in Ruth 1:3, with the death of Elimelech, and returns two verses later to claim his sons Mahlon and Chilion.