Leah


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Leah

(lē`ə), in the Bible, Laban's elder, less beautiful daughter and Jacob's first wife.

Leah

deceptively substituted for Rachel in Jacob’s bed. [O.T.: Genesis 29:22–25]

Leah

Old Testament the first wife of Jacob and elder sister of Rachel, his second wife (Genesis 29)
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Clara said: "The person said they were Leah, but they had a babyish voice, and sounded really young.
Leah, 18, had been studying health and social care with Loughborough College and her teachers and fellow students gathered to share their thoughts before releasing heart and star balloons in her memory.
Leah, now 20, said: "I honestly think we have a real chance of being together forever.
Daniel Leah has had a long-standing journey with the culinary world that began in 1995 with the Hilton Group of Hotels as Junior Sous Chef.
In his new post, Leah will oversee all of the hotel's food and beverage operations, including Teatro, Boston's, Zeituna Lebanese Restaurant, Olive Oil, Caramel, Aquarius and Sama Lounge.
I'm going through Bumble and she's saying yes or no," Leah laughs to the cameras as Aleeah looks over her shoulder onto her phone.
Leah, who is best known for her role as Zoe Tate in Emmerdale, was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer in October last year.
Leah, who played Zoe Tate in Emmerdale, was told there was no treatment for her lung cancer in Britain so raised money for pioneering immunotherapy in Germany.
Businessman Teodorico Adarna meanwhile built the seven-story temple in the mountains of Busay as a tribute to his wife, Leah, who died of cancer in 2010.
Each time Mike goes to hold his three-month-old daughter, he feels overwhelming gratitude to the donor for enabling Leah, who was born with a defective heart, to leave a loving, living legacy.