Etham


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Etham

(ē`thəm), in the Bible, encampment of the Jews.
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Chi Onwurah, MP for Newcastle Central, has called on fellow MPs to join with her and support the bill, which is due to be introduced on Friday by Clive Efford, Labour MP for Etham, in South London.
Daniel Marc Stott, 24, of Etham Crescent, Thornaby, given a 12-month community order with a curfew requirement and ordered to pay PS145 costs for possessing an air weapon in a public place.
From Rameses they came, from Succoth, from Etham, from Marah.
He could not have been happier as he posed for photographs with wife Debbie and their four children, Clarissa, eight, Tristan, five, Etham, four, and two-year-old Ruby May.
POINT TAKEN: Llanelli's Robin McBryde coaches pupils at Ysgol Dyffryn in Llanrwst (top), while Stephen Jones and Wayne Proctor meet Etham Fisher, Tom Jones, Luke Phillips and Stephen Kreczman at Wrexham rugby club (below) NEW FRIENDS: Children at Aberystwyth rugby club get a chance to meet Llanelli players Dafydd Jones, Martin Madden and Matt Cardey (top) while Matt Cardey (below) continues saying hello to the young rugby players TOP TRIO: Llanelli and Wales stand-off Stephen Jones gets to know Dan Sissons and Peggy Murphy, both 11, of St Mary's RC school, Wrexham
Exod 13:20) They set out from Sukkot and encamped at Etham, at the edge of the wilderness.
3k challenge, victory went to Gateshead's Etham McGlen, who outsprinted Birtley's Matthew Cleugh to win by two seconds.
The combined girls and boys 'Try Cross-Country' for under-11 girls and boys attracted 132 runners and was won by Gateshead's Etham McGlen.