Eshcol

Eshcol

(ĕsh`kōl), in the Bible, Amorite ally of Abraham.
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Eshcol, Prestwick Whins Farm, Prestwick, near Ponteland, is for sale at a guide price of PS610,000 through Strutt and Parker, tel: 01670 516123.
Mr Arries then went to sleep along with crew mate Edward Idle, 21, leaving the cooker on to take the chill off the January night while they were tied up in Whitby harbour on board The Eshcol.
The 26-year-old skipper of the dredger Eshcol and his 21-year-old crewman had lit a butane gas cooker in the wheelhouse to warm the sleeping area.
coast area, another missile hit Eshcol Regional Council, and the remaining two
They are, from left: Arkom Supangphao, Association for Promotion of Thai Small and Medium Business; Ahmed Ugas, Somalia-based Afro Group of Companies; Monia Jandoubi, International Cooperation at Elgazala Communications Technologies, Tunisia; Paul Mbefor, Eshcol & Goshen Corp.
till I tasted flesh again One night when earth was winter-black, And all the heavens flashed in frost; And on me, half-asleep, came back That wholesome heat the blood had lost, And set me climbing icy capes And glaciers, over which there rolled To meet me long-armed vines with grapes Of Eshcol hugeness; for the cold Without and warmth within me, wrought To mould the dream.
Indeed, the Talmud relates that while his fellow spies were gathering abundant fruit in the valley of Eshcol but doubting their purpose, Caleb returned to the patriarchal and matriarchal tombs in Hebron to renew his inspiration for their mission.
Eshcol, Prestwick Whins Farm, Prestwick, is for sale through Strutt & Parker at offers in excess of PS625,000, tel: 01670 516123.
Mark Arries, 26, and Edward Ide, 21, were both poisoned by the deadly carbon monoxide on the fishing vessel Eshcol at Whitby The crewmen, were found dead onboard the boat in January.
The bodies of Mark Arries, 26, and 21-year-old Edward Ide, both of Amble, Northumberland, were discovered on board their fishing vessel Eshcol moored at Whitby harbour last month.
Mr Arries then went to sleep with crew mate Edward Idle, 21, leaving the cooker on to take the chill off the January night while they were tied up in Whitby harbour on board The Eshcol.
Mark Arries, 26, and Edward Ide, 21, died on the fishing vessel Eshcol at Whitby in North Yorkshire in January.