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Joses

(jō`sēz) [Gr. form of Heb. JosephJoseph,
one of the heroes of the patriarchal narratives of the Book of Genesis. He is presented as the favored son of Jacob and Rachel, sold as a boy into slavery by his brothers, who were jealous of Joseph's dreams and of his coat of many colors given him by Jacob.
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], in the Bible. 1 Kinsman of Jesus. 2 Brother of St. JamesJames, Saint,
in the Bible, one of the Twelve Apostles, called St. James the Less or St. James the Little. He was the son of Alphaeus; his mother, Mary, was one of those at the cross and tomb. The Western Church identifies him with Saint James, "the Lord's brother.
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 (the Less); same as (1,) if the traditional interpretation is accepted. 3 See Barnabas, SaintBarnabas, Saint
, Christian apostle. He was a Cypriot and a relative of St. Mark; his forename was Joseph. Several passages in the New Testament relate that Barnabas was a teacher and prophet in the church at Antioch and the companion of St. Paul on his first missionary journey.
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Solidaridad had become such a hotbed of political discourse that it was bugged during martial law, Jose reveals.
A curious story is the 16 ghosts inhabiting the building, which Jose relates in full detail though rather dismissively.