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Haggith

(hăg`ĭth), in the Bible, mother of AdonijahAdonijah
, in the Bible, son of David. He sought the throne that David gave to the younger son, Solomon. Perhaps the same as Adonikam, a name in the lists of families.
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Have you not heard that Adonijah, son of Haggith, has become king, and our lord David does not know (of it)?
SportsTraider was founded by Lance Haggith, winner of the Unsung Hero Award at the 2010 BBC Sports Personality of the Year.
Toby Haggith, senior curator at the IWM's Department of Research, told The Independent that "once they discovered the camps, the Americans and British were keen to release a film very quickly that would show the camps and get the German people to accept their responsibility for the atrocities that were there.
However, if God permitted polygamy to stand as an example not to be followed, then one wonders why conflict among David's wives--Michal, Abigail, Ahinoam, Maacah, Haggith, Abital, Eglah, and Bathsheba--is not mentioned.
The minutes of the meeting for 15 March report that "Inspector Haggith [the local OPP detachment commander] outlined the status of the native occupation at the Henco development in Caledonia explaining the OPP response to date.
of Haggith, or Bernice or Shobab or Joab--with an animal,
The Unsung Hero Award was won by Lance Haggith, a 50-year-old basketball coach from Bedford.
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The first GBP5,000 Robin Jenkins Literary Award, created to celebrate the life and work of author Robin Jenkins, has been presented to Mandy Haggith for her book The Last Bear at an award ceremony in the Studio Theatre at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
Haggith, Toby, Joanna Newman, and David Cesarani, eds.
The heir God wanted was not Amnon, son of Ahinoam, the Jezreelite (1 Chronicles 3:1) nor Absalom the son of Maacah, nor Adonijah the son of Haggith, but Solomon the son of Bathsheba.