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Hamor

(hā`môr), in the Bible, head of the family from whom Abraham bought his tomb. An alternate form is Emmor.
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''Wag ipagbili ang boto dahil ang boto ay napakahalaga para maging boses din ang mga manggagawa,' Hamor told INQUIRER.net.
Casiguran, Sorsogon Mayor Jose Edwin Hamor, said to be the main shareholder of Aremar, faced the probe conducted by the House Committee on Rules led by Majority Leader Rolando Andaya Jr.
There seem to be two biblical references to the well, one of the well standing in the land that Jacob bought from Hamor (Genesis, 33: 19) and the other, found in John (4: 13-14), refers to the place where Jesus converses with the Samaritan woman and asks for water from the well.
[52.] Tan MJ, Tan JS, Hamor RH, File TM Jr, Breiman RF.
Guth's production shows us that in spite of the divine intervention, all is lost: Iphis will finish her days as a virgin in a convent--a perpetual prison where she will never again see her beloved Hamor and gradually goes mad.
Dinah is raped by Shechem, son of Hamor the Hivite.
"We are using the same format as in previous years," said Liz Hamor, chairperson of GLSEN Greater Wichita." From 4-5pm community partners send people within the organization to set up informational tables.
When Shechem, Hamor's son and prince saw her, he went in to her, and defiled her TEXT EIGHT: 2 Samuel 11: 3-4 (BBPB)
When Shechem the son of Hamor the Hivite, the prince of the land, saw her, he took her and lay with her by force.
Ali Abu Hamor, said he came since early morning with all his family members from the Balqa governorate, to participate in this prestigious occasion which is dear to the hearts of all Jordanians.
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