Ephrain

Ephrain

(ē`frāĭn), in the Bible, an unidentified city, N of Jerusalem, where Abijah defeated Jeroboam.
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All the four British African Colonies were represented--there were six delegates from Nigeria (Patriarch Campbell, Prince Ephrain Bassey Duke, P.
Hill's final census of the "little cemetery" came up with five grave markers: "Captain Thomas Keith, August 31, 1835, Aged 66 years; Samuel Robinson, May 13, 1817, aged 86 years; Anna, wife of Samuel Robinson, May 19, 1852, aged 83 years; Ephrain Kingsbury, April 17, 1823, aged 52 years; Mrs.
Ephrain, who survived a brain tumor, is also from the Bronx.
Sherick and Ephrain both talked about overcoming their health battles.
SUBS: M Mancienne (Hall 29), D Blackstock (Connelly 45), K Lee, H Ephrain (Buzsaky 60), R C
Caernarfonshire led 2/ 2 -11 / 2 after the foursomes with Jason Shufflebotham (Prestatyn) and Gareth Ephrain (Hawarden) Flintshire winners
In July 1994, Ephrain Avendano introduced the leader of a Texas cocaine distribution ring, Omar Torres-Montalvo, to Fanol Ochoa, a New York drug dealer, facilitating a relationship between the distributor and the dealer.
But mention this to Ephrain Belcher and you'll be guaranteed a resounding tut and a dignified pause.
Included are several landmarks pieces: reviews by Margaret Fuller and Ephrain Peabody; essays by Kelly Miller, Vernon Loggins, and J.
Two known gravestones were in memory of Ephrain Kingsbury, who died April 17, 1823, age 52, and his wife, Rachel Kingsbury, who died Feb.
Runner-up toJason in the U15s was 10 handicapper Gareth Ephrain from the host club with a round of 81.
In St John's, Justice Ephrain Georges granted Michael Mason a 15-day stay and Mellanson Harris, Marvin Joseph, Lorriston Cornwall and Confesor Valdez Franco 21 days to appeal against their death sentences.