Nahor


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Nahor

(nā`hôr), in the Bible. 1 Abraham's grandfather. 2 Abraham's brother.
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The roads have been blocked since yesterday in Khogyani, Jaghatu, Malistan, Jaghori and Nahor districts, with efforts being made to reopen the routes, the deputy governor told Pajhwok Afghan News.
One was returned for ransom, one became a chief, but the youngest, Nahor Rice, never left the field.
For example, the name of Nahor (Abraham's grandfather) is supposedly connected with Tel-Nahir, a location known from Assyrian documents.
University of Massachusetts Medical Center; Nahor Haddish-Berhane, Ph.
After Sarah has died, aged Abraham wants to secure a good wife for his son and so sends a messenger from Canaan to his relations back in Nahor.
TUNIS (TAP) - A draft co-operation agreement in the health field between Tunisia and Chad and a partnership convention providing for the medical evacuation of Chadian patients to Tunisian public health structures were signed Saturday in Tunis by Health Minister Abdellatif Mekki and his Chadian opposite number Mamouth Nahor N'Gawara.
The Taliban also distributed night letters in other Hazara districts like Jaghori and Nahor.
As regards the ages of Nahor, I think his point is irrelevant (that you can use multiples of 6 x 2 months to produce any age).
Jared Brown and Anistatia Miller - Directors of Exposition Universelle des Vins et Spiritueux Gustavo Nahor, Master Distiller, Sagatiba
In Genesis 24, Abraham's servant goes to the city of Nahor in Mesopotamia, and he has been told by his master that the woman who draws water for him at the well will marry Isaac.
Isaac married Rebekah, daughter of Bethuel, Abraham's nephew, son of his brother Nahor, who had married Lot's sister Milcah.