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Eleazar

(ĕlēā`zər), in the Bible. 1 Son of Aaron. 2 Keeper of the Ark of the Covenant. 3 Mighty man of David. 4 Man in the genealogy in the first chapter of the Gospel of St. Matthew. 5 One of the chief martyrs in the Maccabean period. An old man, he refused to eat swine's flesh.
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you know--and Eleazer stops them and says, `Whither go ye?
His parents, Warlita and Roman, could not afford to send all their children to school at the same time on her earnings as a vegetable and fruit grower, and his salary as driver for the late Justice Eleazer de los Santos.
Eleazer Klein, a partner at Schulte Roth & Zabel who oversees that law firm's global shareholder activism group, said, "A lot of the share ownership is in the hands of people who don't think the same way that US institutions think.
A 13th-century manuscript by Rabbi Eleazer of Worms, an early German Kabbalist, gives detailed instructions for how to create a golem; by the end of that century, summoning golems was a common part of Kabbalistic practice.
Professional Indian: The American Odyssey of Eleazer Williams.
Balaban18 and Eleazer and Eleazer19 treated necrotic teeth and found no difference in post obturation pain in different age groups.
defendants, drew the ire of Philadelphia printer Eleazer Oswald, who
100) Signing off as "A Jew Broker," Salomon--whose tenuous grasp of written English had likely necessitated some consultation with the Independent Gazette's editor Eleazer Oswald--went on the verbal offensive and fearlessly deployed his Jewishness as a point of pride.
There was also evaluated the egg yolk absorption (EYA) (Bierer and Eleazer 1965):
Eleazer Williams (May 1788-August 28, 1858) was a Canadian clergyman and missionary.
Eleazer Dalnay of the Philippine Coast Guard based in Cagayan de Oro City said the PCG-Northern Mindanao is now conducting a probe of the incident.