Achsa


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Achsa

or

Achsah

(both: ăk`sə), in the Bible, Caleb's daughter, given as wife to Othniel.
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He has forgotten the fact that all his four children, including Achsa, were groomed and nurtured in this citadel of learning for many years, and that the administration in the past had extended a kind gesture of granting him monetary benefits, including paying fees in instalments.
Sprague, Achsa. I Still Live, a Poem for the Times.
The novel, composed of a series of letters between the fictitious Achsa McEachern (a gifted, slightly disfigured and lonely 14 year-old) and Elvis Presley, begins when Achsa hears Presley's recording of "That's All Right" (Presley's first-ever record) on a "hillbilly" station and writes him a fan letter telling him: "I don't know why you think you're a hillbilly singer.
The source of Achsa Fielding's wealth, elaborated in
The American Correctional Health Services Association (ACHSA) celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2006.
Contact ACHSA at 1-877-918-1842; or visit www.corrections.com/achsa.
Contact ACHSA at (877) 918-1842; achsa@mindspring.com.
Contact ACHSA at 1-877-918-1842; Web site: www.corrections.com/achsa.
He is president of the American Correctional Health Services Association (ACHSA), an affiliate of ACA, is a charter member of the Society of Correctional Physicians, and has served on ACA health care and mental health committees.
Attendees at the 2000 Winter Conference in Phoenix had the opportunity to attend a multitude of American Correctional Association (ACA) and American Correctional Health Services Association (ACHSA) workshops and seminars on various criminal justice/correctional topics.