Benaiah


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Benaiah

(bēnā`yə), in the Bible. 1 One of David's warriors, faithful in David's old age to Solomon. 2 Warrior under David. 3 Levite of the reign of Hezekiah. 4 Father of Pelatiah.
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The team from the refuge centre Benaiah, which is based near Mintlaw, are dishing up home bakes, fresh pancakes and hot drinks as part of a fundraiser at Harbucks Cafe in Gardenstown.
Staff and residents from Teen Challenge North East Scotland's women's refuge Benaiah, near Mintlaw, will be dishing up home bakes, fresh pancakes and hot drinks as part of a fundraiser in Harbucks Cafe.
It was part of his successful five-year campaign to raise PS535,000 to buy Benaiah, an Aberdeenshire drug centre for mothers undergoing rehabilitation.
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Benaiah Pelotte was promoted to campus branch manager in Orono, located on the University of Maine campus.
On the economy, chapters by Benaiah Yongo-Bure and Andrew Ssemwanga argue for the best way of introducing and managing a new currency in South Sudan.
Youth/young adult award: Benaiah Matheson, Jhovan Hanson, Paige Phillip, Reece Pinder, Shanta Pinnock and Lashaun Pryce.
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27:5, Benaiah ben Jehoiada is referred to as ha-kohen rosh.
Last in the list comes Benaiah son of Jehoiada, "a brave soldier who performed great deeds": Namely, he killed the two sons of Ariel of Moab, and he went down into a pit on a snowy day and killed a lion.