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Elkanah

(ĕl`kānə, ĕlkā`nə), in the Bible. 1 Husband of Hannah and father of Samuel. 2 Head of a Levitical family. 3 Officer of Ahaz's household. 4 Doorkeeper of the Ark of the Covenant.
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In 1850, the Rev Elkanah Walker, a missionary, wrote down the accounts of Indians living near Spokane, Washington.
Home Town of Texas Confederate General Elkanah Greer
Herrington crashed head-on into Todd Elkanah Kenady, 43, of Turner the morning of Aug.
I will home in on the three early modern shows surviving in print (9)--Thomas Nelson's The Device of the Pageant: Set forth by the Worshipfull Companie of the Fishmongers (1590), Anthony Munday's Chrysanaleia: The Golden Fishing: Or, Honour of Fishmongers (1616), and Elkanah Settle's The Triumphs of London (1700)--to analyze how one company used the civic pageant to argue for its industry's continued relevance in an economy increasingly dependent on the long-distance trade of luxury goods, goods different in value and kind from those yielded by the humble fishermen who supplied the Company.
Presenting newly-uncovered government documents, private journals, letters and diaries, Rabbi Boruch Oberlander (head of Budapest's Orthodox Rabbinate) and Rabbi Elkanah Shmotkin (Director of Jewish Educational Media) have produced a highly-engaging account which offers an unimpeded view of the formative years of modern Judaism's most recognized personality.
Nwon si dide ni kutukutu owuro, won wole sin niwaju Oluwa, nwon pada wa si ile won si Rama: Elkana si mo aya re: Oluwa si ranti re They (Elkanah and his household) rose very early in the morning and worshipped in the presence of the Lord, afterwhich they retuned to their home in Ramah: Elkanah knew his wife and the Lord remembered her
Examining William Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus, William Heminge's The Fatal Contract, and Elkanah Settle's Love and Revenge, this article argues that the seventeenth-century English stage imagines blackness as fluid and transferable because of the materials used in its production.
The Travels of Elkanah Watson: An American Businessman in the Revolutionary War, in 1780s Europe and in the Formative Decades of the United States
Closer in time to Alcander is To the Author of a Poem, Intitled Successio (1702), a rejoinder to Elkanah Settle's Eusebia Triumphans (1702), a fulsome panegyric celebrating the Act of Settlement and the prospect of a Hanoverian succession.
JACKSON Elkanah 'Leon' of Everdon Road beloved Husband to Maggie, devoted and dearly loved Dad, Grandad, Father in law, dear Brother, Brother in law, Uncle and dear friend to many passed away peacefully on 31st December 2014, aged 88 years.
The villain tragedies on the Restoration stage commonly cited by modern critics include plays such as: Thomas Porter's The Villain (1662); Henry Nevil Payne's The Fatal Jealousy (1672); Thomas Otway's Alcibiades (1675); Elkanah Settle's The Conquest of China (1675); John Dryden and Nathaniel Lee's Oedipus (1678); and Nathaniel Lee's Caesar Borgia (1679).