Tabitha

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Tabitha

(tăb`ĭthə), same as DorcasDorcas
or Tabitha
[Gr. Dorcas and Aramaic Tabitha=gazelle], in the Acts of the Apostles, Christian woman of Joppa whom St. Peter raised from the dead. She made clothes for the poor.
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Tabitha

Mr. Bramble’s virago sister; bent on matrimony. [Br. Lit.: Humphry Clinker]
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2/22: Tabatha and Nathan Puls of Herrin, a daughter, Rayna; grandparents Steven and Lynne O'Saile of Herrin and Kevin and Connie Puls of St.
It was judged by the renowned dog breeder Tabatha Buckley Bettis, who traveled to Pakistan all the way from America to be a part of the guest panel.
To mark the launch of the brand, a dog show was held at the Rafi Cricket Stadium which was judged by the renowned dog breeder Tabatha Buckley Bettis, who traveled to Pakistan all the way from United States, particularly to be part of the guests' panel.
Originally posted on the social website Reddit by the brother of the cat's owner, Tabatha Bundesen, the image of the cat quickly spread as a meme with funny text captions.
The defendant, Granade Beverage, was ordered by the Californian federal court to pay $710,000 (roughly e1/4570,000) to Grumpy Cat's owner, Tabatha Bundesen of Morristown, Arizona.
According to documents obtained by The Washington Post, owner Tabatha Bundesen of Morristown, Arizona, won the lawsuit first filed three years ago against the Grenade beverage company.
Tabatha Bundesen set up the firm after her sixyear-old cat, Tardar Sauce, became an online star.
Fans will have the opportunity to see local Alice Springs woman Tabatha Saville and Darwin man Jake Weatherald in action.
Until then, Tabatha O'Connor, CEDIA's current COO, will take over Bruno's duties as acting president/CEO.
The breakfast on the Saturday morning where Tabatha Parker shared her personal insights learned through creating Naturopathic Doctors International;
Effective 1 May 2017, Dennis succeeds the company's former CEO, Tabatha Erck.
Shirley Wilson, of Yarm, went with children Tabatha, four, and Callum, six.