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Asenath

(ăs`ənăth), in the Bible, Poti-phera's daughter, the Egyptian wife of Joseph, mother of Manasseh and Ephraim. Her betrothal to Joseph and conversion to Judaism are the subject of Joseph and Asenath, one of the Old Testament PseudepigraphaPseudepigrapha
[Gr.,=things falsely ascribed], a collection of early Jewish and some Jewish-Christian writings composed between c.200 B.C. and c.A.D. 200, not found in the Bible or rabbinic writings.
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Judges George Kimondo, Anthony Murima and Asenath Nyaboke were at the site.
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Maureen Murphy's absorbing analysis of American social justice advocate Asenath Nicholson in Famine Ireland reverberates likewise.
SELINA JENKINS Newport's Selina Jenkins - real name Asenath Nicholas Jenkins - was only 12 when she was arrested in October 1871 after the theft of a cloth cape from the shop of Messrs Baker and Manhire, Pillgwennlly.
Newport's Selina Jenkins - real name is Asenath Nicholas Jenkins - was only 12 when this mughsot was taken on October 1871 after the theft of a cloth cape from the shop of Messrs Baker and Manhire, Pillgwennlly.
For example, in Annals of the Famine, Asenath Nicholson describes a dying man refused aid by a relief officer making his way toward home on his knees, and she describes the horror of dogs exhuming and devouring the dead.
There it is explained that Joseph, his wife Asenath, and sons Ephraim and Menashe all gave their portions to Benjamin, so that along with his original potion he now had five portions.
Also disgusting is the bodily possession of Asenath Waite ("The Thing on the Doorstep," 1937) by her father, and the culpable weakness of the mentally-limited Lavinia Whateley, who couples with a devilish creature from the Elder gods and produces one largely human (except for whatever shifts beneath his nether clothing) and one monstrous son, incarcerated as a misguided family might imprison a child whose disabilities were a danger to others, and a shame to the family.
Compassionate Stranger: Asenath Nicholson and the Great Irish Famine
As she recalls the 1859 collapse of the Pemberton Mill in Lawrence, Massachusetts, the unnamed narrator focuses on the story of Asenath, a worker in the factory.
3E Bundy Amanda 3F Lewis Hannah 4A Hodgin Eli 4A Hodgin Sarah Vernon 4B Clendenon Hannah 4C Stanton Will (William) 4C Stanton Jennie (Jane) Davis 4D Stanton Joseph 4D Stanton Mary Hodgin 4E Hyeth Aseneth or (or Hyett) Asenath 4F Railey Mary H.