Eliakim

Eliakim

(ēlī`əkĭm). 1 King of Judah: see JehoiakimJehoiakim
, in the Bible, king of Judah, son of Josiah. On Josiah's death his son Jehoahaz became king. However, Pharaoh Neco II dethroned him and set up another of Josiah's sons, Eliakim, who took the name Jehoiakim.
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. 2 Important officer of state under King Hezekiah. 3 Priest at the dedication of the new wall at Jerusalem. 4, 5 Names appearing in the Gospel genealogies.
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Finally, compared to asymptomatic controls, Lunde and Grottum (1984) showed that a group of over 100 women referred for clinical treatment of hirsutism evidenced higher serum testosterone, reported more menstrual irregularity, and--importantly--were most clearly differentiated (out of 19 regions assessed) based on hair growth in the lip, chin, and pubic regions (see also Eliakim et al.
The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Energy and Minerals, Eliakim Maswi said the energy supply deal with Mnazi bay investors would help to enhance growth as it assures the country of dependable power supply to feed its fast expanding economy.
According to Reverend Eliakim Thorpe, a motivational speaker and ordained minister out of Kalamazoo, Michigan, "In the aftermath of the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, where yet another unarmed African American male was shot and killed by law enforcement, we find the consciousness of America gripped again by the ongoing debate of race.
In a research on girl runners Eliakim did not observe a difference in response to IL-10, IL-4 inflammatory cytokines after 20 minutes high intense exercising [17], On the other hand, Tounto carried out a study by 8 weeks swimming exercise regularly on athletes that the blood sample was taken from experimental groups in the last week in which there was an extra increase in IL-4, IL-10 plasma density and other anti-inflammatory cytokines [18], Olson studied the effect of physical activity on the Interlokine-6 density and necrosis factor of tumor a and Interlokine-4.
Yoav Mecke (1) ([mail]) David Bishop (2), Moran Rabinovich (1), Leonid Kaufman (1), Dan Nemet (3) and Alon Eliakim (1,3)
com)-- Kenya's Cabinet Secretary and Permanent Secretary in the Energy Ministry, Mr David Chirchir and Mr Eliakim Maswi, are heading up a top level government and industry contingent who will address and participate at the upcoming East African Power Industry Convention (EAPIC) in Nairobi from 10-11 September.
Conforme a la propia web del Jornal da Globo (7), entre los anos de 1986 y 2005, diversos periodistas pasaron por el estudio del telediario como Eliakim Araujo (1986), Leila Cordeiro (1986), Fatima Bernardes (1989), William Bonner (1989), Lilian Witte Fibe (1993), Monica Waldvogel (1996), Sandra Annemberg (1997), Carlos Tramontina (2000), Ana Paula Padrao (2000) y, finalmente, William Waack y Christiane Pelajo (2005 hasta hoy).
the Hebrew dialect from Judah, Hezekiah's spokesmen Eliakim, Shebna, and Joah asked him to talk to them in Aramaic so that the inhabitants of Jerusalem, who were standing on the wall, could not understand him.
Following the Israeli High Court hearing on 3 May regarding the petition against Bilal and Thaer's administrative detention orders, Judge Eliakim Rubenstein noted that a decision would be made at a later time, without specifying when.
36:1), was deposed after only three months by Neco, who now placed Jehoahaz's brother Eliakim (and changed his name to Jehoiakim) as ruler (609-598 BCE).
God appointed Eliakim to lead as a father--not like a despot who lords it over others, but like a parent who cares, corrects, protects and guides.