Jeshua


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Jeshua

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Jeshuah

(both: jĕsh`yo͞oə) [Heb.,=God helps], in the Bible. 1 See JoshuaJoshua
, in the Bible. 1 Central figure of the book of Joshua. 2 High priest associated with Zerubbabel in rebuilding the Temple. 3 Owner of the field where the Ark of the Covenant stood. 4 In Second Kings, governor of Jerusalem.
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, book of the Bible. It is the first book of the Deuteronomic history (Joshua–2 Kings), in which the theological outlook of the Book of Deuteronomy is used to explain the fate of Israel.
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 (2.) 3 Head of a postexilic family. 4 Priestly family. 5 Head of a Levitical family. 6 Levite. 7 Unidentified town, S ancient Palestine.
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But, ranked sixth in the world this year, Greene is now considered one of Britain's best medal hopefuls in Daegu - and his chief rivals, such as South Africa's LJ van Zyl and Americans Jeshua Anderson and Bershawn Jackson, are in no doubt who he is.
But, ranked sixth in the world this year, Greene is now considered one of Britain''s best medal hopefuls in Daegu - and his chief rivals, such as South Africa's LJ van Zyl and Americans Jeshua Anderson and Bershawn Jackson, are in no doubt who he is.
South African world No 1 LJ van Zyl, US double Olympic champion Angelo Taylor, American former world champion Bershawn Jackson, US champion Jeshua Anderson and Puerto Rican world silver medallist Javier Culson will all fancy their chances.