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Jeroboam

Old Testament
1. the first king of the northern kingdom of Israel (?922--?901 bc)
2. king of the northern kingdom of Israel (?786--?746 bc)

Jeroboam

forsook worship of God; made golden calves. [O.T.: I Kings 12:28–33]

Jeroboam

with God’s sanction, establishes hegemony over ten tribes of Israel. [O.T.: I Kings 11:31–35]
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DRC highlights from this collection included 6 magnums of 1990 DRC Assortment (HK$541,200/US$69,385, Lot 877), 12 bottles of 1999 DRC Assortment in banded owc (HK$344,400/US$44,154, Lot 879), a Jeroboam of 1976 Romanee Conti (HK$196,800/US$25,231, Lot 910) and 4 bottles of the legendary 1978 DRC Montrachet (HK$246,000/US$31,538, Lot 960), two of which were World Records.
One London club sold 14 jeroboam to a single customer on Saturday night, each costing around pounds 3,500.
The Jeroboam of Cristal Rose 2002 is made from grapes grown and harvested entirely from Champagne Louis Roederer's 100 percent Grand Cru vineyards.
After toasting the Perrier-Jouet 's bicentenary with a glass of the legendary 1911 vintage in magnum, guests were served jeroboams of Belle Epoque 1998, 1996, 1995, 1990, 1989, 1985, 1982, 1978, and 1975.
Jeroboams is set to be besieged by lifestyle and foodie magazines keen to learn about its Christmas offerings and Eismann is proving an attractive proposition for entrepreneurs who are hoping to set up their own franchised business.
He then will saber Moet jeroboams and a nebuchadnezzer, creating a Champagne geyser for a celebratory toast.
But Mirror Sport has dug up the astonishing footage, which includes Poulter telling of his plans to get "absolutely wasted on jeroboams of Champagne".
Jeroboams not only sells groceries, but is a purveyor of fine foods and wines from around the world and the size of its customer base has grown with its reputation.
Party promoter Andrew Dax went all out - ordering jeroboams of Cristal champagne and Grey Goose vodka - it was getting pretty rowdy.
Laytons became part of the Jeroboams Group in 1999.
Jeroboams has acquired the wholesale cheese supply business of Barstow and Barr.