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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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Besides Watson, the Sequoits' defensive returnees include senior outside linebacker Ben Wilson, junior safety Ethan Holmes and senior lineman Elkanah Gahima.
The remaining members are but window dressing when it comes to the big decisions around the world," Elkanah Odembo, former Kenya's ambassador to the US told the Sunday Nation.
Elkanah, who spoke of the economic value of Ikereku-Adetola Road being a major link road, recalled that the said road was listed for construction among the 181 roads.
In the book of 1 Samuel, we read of a woman named Hannah, the wife of a man named Elkanah, who struggled with prayers that seemed to go unanswered.
Deputy director of public communication in the office of the govenor Elkanah Jacob declined to comment.
In 1850, the Rev Elkanah Walker, a missionary, wrote down the accounts of Indians living near Spokane, Washington.
Elkanah et al., "Malarial infection in HIV infected pregnant women attending a rural antenatal clinic in Nigeria," Advances in Epidemiology, vol.
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.