Adullam


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Adullam

(ədŭl`əm), in the Bible, border town of Judah, SW of Jerusalem. David hid in the Cave of Adullam when he fled from Saul. From here three of his men went to get him water from the well at Bethlehem.

Adullam

cave where David hid from Saul. [O. T.: I Samuel 22:1]
See: Refuge
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A famous community of troglodytes dwelt with David in the Cave of Adullam. The colony consisted of "every one that was in distress, and every one that was in debt, and every one that was discontented" -- in brief, all the Socialists of Judah.
"In addition to council housing, we've already had fantastic offers from Bournville Village Trust, Adullam and Spring Housing and we are extremely grateful.
As part of its social responsibility to people within its catchment area, AngloGold Ashanti, Obuasi Mine, has donated assorted items and cash totaling GHS10,000 to the Obuasi Prisons, Adullam and Patmos Children's homes, and Research Utilisation School for the Deaf, all in Obuasi.
VALUES are so important to us at Adullam Homes because they impact on the way we behave to one another, to residents and other key customers and stakeholders.
Kimhi (Radak) notes that Adullam, where Judah camped, is geographically south of Dothan, where the brothers were pasturing their flock in the previous chapter (Gen 37:17), thus Judah went down means that he traveled south.
These people met in pubs and clubs called Cave of Adullam or Dawn to Dusk, belonged to groups like Angry Penguins or the Sydney Push, were Heidelberg painters or writers and/or illustrated the Bulletin or OZ magazine.
In the past guerilla armies from David, seeking sanctuary in The Cave of Adullam, to Patrick Leigh Fermor and Stanley Moss spiriting Axis commander General Kreipe across the Cretan mountains, have sought refuge in the high ground.
Baker and his wife while serving as missionaries opened Adullam Home for teenage beggar boys on the streets Kotchiu, China.
He had already established something of a name for himself as one of the architects of the Cave of Adullam, the group of mainly Liberal members who, in 1867, opposed voting reform intended to expand the franchise.
These are: Adolamitisc 'of Adullam', Ammonisc 'of Ammon', Antiochisc 'Antiochian', Armenisc 'of Armenia', Beadonesc 'of (Mount) Badon' and deuelisc 'devilish'.
Brothers' (AMGS); 1[male] 'Sweeping', 'South Africa, OFS / Adullam Farm area / Clarens 28.34S / 28.28E.