Ruhamah

Ruhamah

(rühā`mə), in the Bible, daughter of Hosea.
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From left: Emily Neale, Greg Barker, Sam Morton, Frances Gill, Ruhamah Joseph and Andrew McAllister with adjudicator Christina Thomson.
BEDFORD/STERLING - Ruhamah Marion (Harris) Gaw, 95, of Carleton-Willard Village, died Christmas morning in Bedford.
Scidmore, Eliza Ruhamah (1902): China the long-lived Empire.
Appleton's Journal 15 (June 31, 1876): 726; Ruhamah, unidentified
37) The first limb of s 26(a) directly targeted the decision in Jones v Leeming, (38) and the second limb can be traced to Ruhamah Property Co Ltd v Federal Commissioner of Taxation (39) and Californian Copper.
36) Even more suggestively, the American travel writer Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore claimed that the shops 'deliberately make eyes at you.
4) Canadian Pacific Railway, The Game Fishes of Canada ([Montreal]: Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 1928); Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore, Westward to the Far East: A Guide to the Principal Cities of China and Japan with a Note on Korea, 4th ed.
Robinson recalls how new workers would come from the country with peculiar dress, peculiar dialect, and peculiar names: "Samantha, Triphena, Plumy, Kezia, Aseneth, Elgardy, Leafy, Ruhamah, Lovey, Almaretta, Sarepta, and Florilla were among them.
Staunch Labour Party member Ken Tilley collapsed during a war veterans' tribute address at Ruhamah Pentecostal Church in Aberbargoed minutes before he was due to sound the last post, through a tape recording, at the community's memorial gates, which he helped to install.
7) Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore, Jinrikisha Days in Japan (New York, 1897), 114; William Elliot Griffs, The Mikado: Institution and Person (Princeton, 1915), 229; New York Times, 3 April 1875.
MUSICAL MARVELS: Kirklees Young Musician of the Year adjudicator Christina Thomson, seated, with some of the competitors, from left, Emily Neale, Greg Barker, Sam Morton, Frances Gill, Ruhamah Joseph and Andrew McAllister Pictures by Paul Welch (PW120212Fmusician-01, 02 and 03) * GRAND PERFORMANCE: Frances Gill, left, during her recital and, right, adjudicator Christina Thomson presents the J W Pearce trophy to contest winner Andrew McAllister
LEADING QUARTET OUT ON THE TOWN: Jess, Dave, Jo and Ruhamah (zyhud090809DCowan8) SAY CHEESE: Sally and Danielle (zyhud090809DCowan3) TOP TEAM ON TOUR: Lauren, Rebecca, Suzie, Emily, Katherine, Rhianne and Jonny zyhud090809DCowan4) LADS NIGHT OUT: Ed, Ash and Chris (zyhud090809DCowan GIVE US A KISS