Zipporah


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Zipporah

(zĭp`ərə), in the Bible, daughter of Jethro and wife of Moses.
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Doctors at Ealing Hospital in Southall, west London, where Zipporah went following her 111 call, fearing a stroke, immediately ordered an ambulance to take her to the bigger Charing Cross Hospital.
On the other hand, Ardeth Maung Thawnghmung and Violet Cho's interesting examination touches on the doubts and uneasiness toward the nationalism of Zipporah Sein.
So Zipporah took a flint and cut off her son's foreskin, and touched his legs with it, saying 'You are truly a bridegroom of blood to me
Sein Zipporah ; Burma's New Constitution: A Death Sentence for Ethnic Diversity in Irrawaddy Magazine 13-10- 09
Zipporah Lisle-Mainwaring, 71, hit out at her "hysterical" neighbours for complaining to the council about the red and white stripes, after they branded it "garish" and "tacky" last month.
Nine years later, Moses is settled in Midian with a wife Zipporah (Maria Valverde) and son Gershom (Hal Hewetson).
Moses walks for a long time until he comes to an oasis, where he encounters Zipporah (Maria Valverde), daughter of Jethro (Kevork Malikyan), who are shepherds.
A second handicap win of the season from the front for the George Webb-trained Zipporah at Thurles means another 9lb rise to a hurdle mark of 106.
The novel merges African oral traditions with scribal traditions from multiple geographic spaces, by associating, for instance, Moses and his wife Zipporah, lighter and younger than Miriam, to the Haitian gods Damballah and Erzulie.
He also became a shepherd and married Zipporah, who bore him a son named Gershom.
Police spokesman Zipporah Mboroki confirmed the attacks but said the force would provide exact tolls of those killed later.