Amariah


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Amariah

(ăm'ərī`ə), in the Bible. 1 High priest, son of Meraioth. Perhaps he is the same as (2) and (3.) 2 High priest, son of Azariah. Perhaps he is the same as (1,) (3,) and (4.) 3 Ancestor of Ezra. Perhaps he is the same as (1) and (2.) 4 High priest under Jehoshaphat. Perhaps he is the same as (2.) 5 Levite. 6, 7 Contemporaries of Ezra, perhaps the same person. 8 A priestly family. See ImmerImmer
, in the Bible. 1 Priestly family. This is probably the same as Amariah (8.) 2 Priest. 3 Unidentified place in Babylonia.
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, in the Bible. 1 Judahite. Probably the same as Amariah (8.) 2 Father of a builder of the walls.
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 (1.) 9 Ancestor of the prophet Zephaniah.
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Well, now, there's Michael, and Stephen and Amariah," exclaimed Phineas, joyfully.
The sequel to "Princess Truly in I Am Truly" by the team of author Kelly Greenawalt and illustrator Amariah Rauscher, Princess Truly is back in the second Princess Truly adventure, "Princess Truly in My Magical, Sparkling Curls".
Amariah Brigham, who founded and contributed numerous articles and book reviews to the American Journal of Insanity.
Now after these things, in the reign of Artaxerxes king of Persia, Ezra the son of Seraiah, the son of Azariah, the son of Hilkiah, the son of Shallum, the son of Zadok, the son of Ahitub, the son of Amariah, the son of Azariah, the son of Meraioth, the son of Zerahiah, the son of Uzzi, the son of Bukki, the son of Abishua, the son of Phinehas, the son of Eleazar, the son of Aaron the chief priest (1) .
12 EIGHT-month-old Amariah lives with housing officer Deborah, 31, and Ismael, a scientist, 32, in Basildon, Essex.
While she confines theory and historiography to the endnotes, her work abounds in scholarly finds, like Amariah Brigham's book, Remarks on the Influence of Mental Cultivation and Mental Excitement on Health, which shaped Fuller's belief that her father's "early forcing" of her mind generated many of her difficulties.
Amariah Brigham, the Superintendent of the New York State Lunatic Asylum in Utica and editor of The American Journal of Insanity, used data that were admittedly incomplete and questionable for his assertions in 1845 that suicide had reached epidemic proportions in American cities.
Sevey - Amariah and Tim Sevey, of Veneta, a daughter.