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Eliab

(ēlī`ăb), in the Bible. 1 Chief of the tribe of Zebulun. 2 Father of DathanDathan
, in the Bible, Reubenite who, with his brother Abiram and with Korah, was consumed by fire from heaven.
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. 3 Brother of David. 4 Musician of David. 5 A follower of David. 6 The same as ElihuElihu
, in the Bible. 1 Ancestor of Samuel. An alternate form is Eliel. 2 One of Job's comforters. 3 The same as Eliab (3.) 4 Manassite captain of David. 5 Korahite doorkeeper.
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19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Eliab Mugabo, a medical assistant at a health center in Nyamagabe, southern Rwanda, advised an expecting mother that it was time to head to the hospital.
According to Eliab Simpungwe, HarvestPlus Country Manager for Zambia, "the orange maize has been embraced by consumers once they have had a chance to taste it.
Yahweh throws a monkey wrench into Samuel's plan to anoint the imposing Eliab as the next Jewish king.
Some who earned the particular displeasure of colonial officers such as Eliab Bay, a "disloyal Dayak," or Tan Chong Meng, a Simanggang community leader, were hounded vindictively.
Falstaff, playing the role of God, facetiously looks upon the heart rather than the outward appearance, just as God does in instructing the prophet Samuel to pass over the physically impressive Eliab for kingship.
Hamilton, Greg Jones, Meghan Slipka, Anneke Heitmann, Jon Shane, Christopher Ortiz and Eliab Tarkghen.
Among the operatic roles that Steffan has sung are Eliab in David and Goliath, William in The Fall of the House of Usher and Judge Turpin in Sweeney Todd.
Eliab Luvanda (University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania), Prof.
The sons of Hezron who were born to him: Jerahmeel, Ram, and Chelubai; and Ram begot Amminadab; and Amminadab begot Nahshon, the leader of the sons of Judah; and Nahshon begot Salma; and Salma begot Boaz, and Boaz begot Obed; and Obed begot Jesse; and Jesse begot his firstborn Eliab, and Abinadab the second, and Shimea the third, Nethanel the fourth, Raddai the fifth, Ozem the the sixth, and David the seventh (I Chron.
The highlights of Christie's The Age of Nelson, Wellington and Napoleon sale on 19 October are Nelson's secret orders for Trafalgar, signed and dated 9 October 1805, and sent to Eliab Harvey, captain of the Fighting Temeraire.
One such letter, sent in 1803 to Captain Eliab Harvey of the HMS Temeraire, fetched sixty thousand pounds at auction in 2001-testifying to Britons' enduring fascination with all things Nelsonian.
A cased Lloyd's Patriotic Fund Trafalgar Sword that had been awarded to Charles Tyler, captain of HMS Tonnant, fetched 179,200 [pounds sterling], and the Naval Gold Medal awarded to Captain Eliab Harvey of HMS Temeraire fetched 95,200 [pounds sterling].