Abiel

Abiel

(ā`bēĕl, əbī`ĕl, ăb`ēĕl), in the Bible. 1 Grandfather of King Saul. 2 One of David's valiant men.
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BOMAN, ABIEL LEONARD: YANKEE SLAVEHOLDER, EMINENT JURIST, AND PASSIONATE UNIONIST 145-58 (2002) (discussing proslavery opinions in Missouri politics).
He said the general, named Mujahid Abiel, was initially wounded and succumbed to the wound hours later.
Bethel Abiel Revelli had already designed a semiautomatic pistol adopted by Italian army, the Pistola Automatica Modello 1910 calibro 9mm.
Harvard graduate and Massachusetts pastor Abiel Abbot summarized the view accordingly: "It has been often remarked that the people of the United States come nearer to a parallel with Ancient Israel, than any other nation upon the globe.
11) The Reverend Abiel Abbot's memoirs (1829) as well as those of Jean Baptiste Rosemond de Beauvallon (1844), respectively label the island's Catalan merchants "complete Jews" and "Israelites," for example (98; 131).
MARTINEZ, Francisco Javier; LOZANO RENDON, Jose Carlos; y RODRIGUEZ ELIZONDO, Fernando Abiel (2012): "Cobertura de la violencia y la cultura de la legalidad en los medios fronterizos Mexico- Estados Unidos de Norteamerica" ANAGRAMAS, vol.
The Museum of African American History's Abiel Smith School was built in Boston in 1835 as the first building erected in the country for the sole purpose of housing a black public school.
Khuram Saeed and Abiel Chippa took two wickets each.
Writing feasibility study reports is our most popular service, with initial geological investigation also frequently requested", said Abiel Kyamanywa, director of exploration at Geological Sciences Consultants.
Fernando Abiel Rodriguez Elizondo, Profesor de la Universidad de las Americas, Puebla, y candidato al Doctorado por la Universidad de University of Massachusetts--Amherst.
Among them were such notable personalities as Oliver Prescott and the Reverend Abiel Abbot, whose Letters Written in the Interior of Cuba had served as a guideline for Sophia and her sister while they prepared for their trip to the island.
Low residence: The near-twin of the house next door, this was home to Abiel Abbot Low, whose "House of Low:" was royalty in the 19th-century China trade, employing beautiful clipper ships docked across the East River at South Street Seaport.