Shelomith

Shelomith

(shĕl`ōmĭth, shēlō`–) or

Shelomoth

(–mŏth), in the Bible. 1 Woman whose son was stoned for blasphemy. 2 Zerubbabel's daughter. 3 Kohathite Levitical family. 4 Gershonite Levite. 1 Chron. 23.9. 5 Family that returned from Exile.
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They rushed to the aid of Shelomith Freeman, 13, when they heard her friends shouting for help.
David and Alex had jumped into save Shelomith who was lying semiconscious in the water.
In this version, the Egyptian had, unbeknownst to Shelomith, forced her husband from the house and taken his place beside her.
As with the examples of Adam, Rebekah, Rachel, and Jacob, the son of Shelomith of the tribe of Dan spoke excessively and irresponsibly.
Maria De Guevara and Zach Shelomith have joined Berman, Wolfe, Rennert, Vogel & Mandler, PA.
And it came to pass some years ago -- not long after the Lord, acting through the Prophet Moses, had freed the Israelites from bondage in Egypt -- that the son of Shelomith got involved in a fight with another man and used the name of the Lord (Yahweh) in a curse.
The son of Shelomith had clearly committed a serious crime, but Moses was uncertain as to what the punishment should be.
Shelomith Freeman, 13, was swimming with her pals when she got into difficulty at Balbriggan Harbour, Co Dublin.
Shelomith is still in intensive care in Temple Street Hospital but her mum Jennifer said the boys saved her life.
The mum of three said Shelomith took in a lot of water and her lungs seized.
If it was not for the boys Shelomith could have died MUM JENNIFER