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Iddo

(ĭd`ō), in the Bible. 1 Ruler of Manasseh. 2 Father of one of Solomon's stewards. 3 Prophet, whose book is mentioned as a source. 4 Father or grandfather of the prophet Zechariah. 5 A leader in the return from the Exile. 6 See AdaiahAdaiah
, in the Bible. 1 Josiah's mother's father. 2 Father of Maaseiah. 3 Ancestor of Asaiah.
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Eido was returning from a court hearing along with his brother when, on main Gwadar Road, several men in two vehicles used by the intelligence agencies in the area stopped the van the two brothers were travelling in and abducted Eido.
Mr Eido said that he considered the Bahrain concert a rarity and that BD250 for a ticket was worth it since he was one of the star's biggest fans.
In June, a bomb exploded at a popular seaside club, killing a prominent lawmaker, Walid Eido, a Sunni member of Parliament and an outspoken critic of Syria, and nine other people.
In June, a powerful car bomb killed Sunni lawmaker Walid Eido in the centre of the capital city.
I cut out the headline from al-Hayat two weeks ago, which was the day that the minarets in Samarra's Golden Mosque, the al Askari Mosque, were struck; that Walid Eido was killed in Beirut; and that Hamas-Fatah fighting really heated up.
This comment made as if Lebanon was in any way stable, particularly as it has suffered at least seven bombings, the most nefarious of which was the killing of Rafiq Hariri and more recently, the assassination of Lebanese politician Walid Eido, his 35-year-old son and six associates by a car bomb in Manara, Beirut, in June.
e] il rapporto di ressemblance, di similitudo tra forma fisica e figura mentale, tra morfe ed eido, rapporto che aveva sorretto da millenni la convinzione che il modo piu completo e alto di conoscere e quello di vedere" (227).
A BLAST in Beirut yesterday killed anti-Syrian parliamentary deputy Walid Eido, one of his sons and at least six others, security sources said.
June 13 assassination of Member of Parliament Walid Eido and at least nine others (Presidential Statement adopted June 3; letter sent to the Secretary-General on June 14);
A major issue is that it's incredibly challenging to "sell" the idea of investing more funds and resources in fraud management internally to executives within their organization," says Eido Gal, CEO & cofounder at Riskified.