Barzillai

Barzillai

(bärzĭl`āī), in the Bible. 1 Chief in Gilead who was friendly to David. 2 The father-in-law of Saul's daughter MerabMerab
, in the Bible, daughter of Saul and husband of Adriel. In Second Samuel, the sons of Adriel are, depending on the translation, either born to or brought up by Michal, Saul's younger daughter; the Hebrew word is most commonly translated as bear or beget.
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Of the minor characters: Ishbosheth, line 58, is Richard Cromwell; Zimri, 544 ff., the Duke of Buckingham; Corah, 632 ff., Titus Dates; Bathsheba, 710, the Duchess of Portsmouth; Barzillai, 817, the Duke of Ormond; Zadoc, 864, Archbishop Bancroft.
Some exemplary people in the Bible, like Abraham (Gen 13:2), Barzillai (2 Sam.
Since then, other developments have spurred the use of practice management systems, said David Barzillai, founder and president of ADS.
For example, a three-volume edition appears as part of the library gifted to the Reverend Barzillai Quaife, upon his taking ministry of the Scots Church in Sydney in 1846 (The Sydney Morning Herald, 21 November), and as part of a list of books missing on the death of the Attorney General in Van Diemen's Land (Hobart Town Courier, 14 August 1830).
Por lectura profunda Wolf entiende "[el] conjunto de sofisticados procesos que impulsan la comprension e incluyen el razonamiento inferencial y deductivo, las capacidades analogicas, el analisis critico, la reflexion y la iluminacion." (Wolf y Barzillai 2009: 32).
The first explicit references to yiches in Hebrew (from the root yud-hey-sin, meaning "relation to" or "related to") appear in the Book of Ezra, which discusses the unsuccessful search by the descendants of Barzillai for their genealogical record to prove they were members of the priestly tribe, and in the Book of Nehemiah, in which the author states, "I found the Book of Lineage (sefer ba-yachus) of those who had ascended first to Jerusalem (from Babylon)." Both the Talmud and the writings of first-century historian Josephus refer to scrolls of yiches that were scrupulously kept in the Temple, prior to its destruction, which traced the ancestry of Israelite women eligible to marry the High Priest.
The government prosecuted Barzillai Hudson and George Goodwin, publishers of the Connecticut Courant, a Hartford newspaper, for seditious libel for reprinting an article from The Utica Patriot accusing Congress, acting at the behest of President Jefferson, of secretly appropriating two million dollars to give to Napoleon as a bribe.
Some studies have recently shown (Cain, 2006; Gaskins & Pressley, 2007; Gathercole et al., 2006; Holmes, Gathercole, & Dunning, 2009; Klingberg, 2010; Meltzer, Pollica, & Barzillai, 2007) that these working memory executive processes can be improved and trained in an explicit way in educational settings.
[25.] Wolf M, Barzillai M, Gottwald S, Miller L, Spencer K, Norton E et al.
Jewish life in 18th Century London is the subject of The King of the Schnorrers (1894) which is a rollicking and really funny story of Manasseh Buena Barzillai Azevedo da Costa, a Portguese beggar who pits his wits against a philanthropist, another schnorrer, and the elders (the Mahamad) of the Bevis Marks Sephardi synagogue in London.
(19) Barzillai Lew of the Twenty-Seventh Massachusetts regiment and Lamuel Haynes of a Connecticut unit both saw duty at Fort Ticonderoga.