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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He said the general, named Mujahid Abiel, was initially wounded and succumbed to the wound hours later.
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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.
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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.
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