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Abed-nego

(əbĕd`nēgō), in the Book of DanielDaniel,
book of the Bible. It combines "court" tales, perhaps originating from the 6th cent. B.C., and a series of apocalyptic visions arising from the time of the Maccabean emergency (167–164 B.C.
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, one of the Three Young MenThree Young Men,
in the Book of Daniel, the three men cast by Nebuchadnezzar into the fiery furnace and delivered by an angel. Their names are Abed-nego, Shadrach, and Meshach, in Babylonian; Azariah, Hananiah, and Mishael, in Hebrew; and Azarias, Ananias, and Misael, in Greek.
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, educated with Daniel in the court of Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon. With his three companions, Abed-nego was thrown into the furnace.
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Many fans felt that 2010s 'Toy Story 3' brought the much-loved story to a suitable finish as Andy headed off to college and the toys escaped the fiery furnace for a new life with cheery toddler Bonnie.
Is there a worse feeling than to get out of a warm shower and be met with a wet, cold towel?span xml:lang="EN-GBMarriage makes you a better person but first you must go through the fiery furnace of refinement.
The entire third floor of the building was a fiery furnace when one of the men on the place, asleep in one wing of the house, awoke with a smothering sensation.
It reminds me of the three Hebrew men-Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego- who were thrown into the fiery furnace by King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon for refusing to bow to the King's graven image.
Melting skin dripped dreadfully from burning bodies and the bare bones of the screaming victims gleamed white in the darkness of a tenebrous tunnel leading from the fiery furnace sizzling with suffocating smoke.
And so here, week by week, I learned of Eden, of Noah and the flood, of Daniel in the lions' den, of Abraham and Isaac, and of Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego in the midst of the burning fiery furnace; of tested faith, Pharaohs and Pharisees and the tragedy of truth unheeded.
Recent refurbishment investment has truly paid off and it's a joy jumping into the back of an electric kart at the car park and being driven past the villas, elegantly-lit waterways and a fiery furnace centerpiece to the enchanting castle-like outlet.
At every turn, through haunting dreams, confounding miracles (three Hebrews living with a Fourth Man in the fiery furnace), or his encounters and romance with the beautiful Daughter of Zion, the Most High confronts this willful king with his undeniable sovereignty and power.
According to the midrashic account, Abraham's family left Ur and relocated to Aram in order to flee from Nimrod, who sentenced Abraham to death by fiery furnace for his iconoclastic stance against idolatry.
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Its walls are hung with parts of a scheme of painted gesso reliefs telling the biblical story of the Fiery Furnace, created by Mary between about 1916 and 1920 for the chapel of the Cambridge Military Hospital at Aldershot, and rescued when it closed in the 1990s.