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Othniel

(ŏth`nēĕl), in the Bible, first judge of Israel after the death of Joshua. For capturing a city he was given as wife Caleb's daughter Achsah.

Othniel

freed Israelites from bondage of Cushan-rishathaim. [O.T.: Judges 3:9]
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29) Author interview with Othniel Merauje, 9 January 2017.
After the breakthrough discoveries of Edward Drinker Cope and Othniel Marsh in the 19th century, American paleontology lost much of its shine.
Diplodocus was first described as a new type of dinosaur in 1878 by Professor Othniel C Marsh at Yale University.
A century and a half ago, a young paleontologist named Othniel Charles Marsh persuaded his uncle, philanthropist George Peabody, to give Yale University $150,000 for a museum of natural history.
Late last week, a black-glad, masked terrorist standing by the roadside near Othniel threw a pipe bomb at an Israel car as it drove past.
These were the Judges: Othniel, Ehud, Shamgar, Deborah, Gideon, Abimelech, Tola, Jair, Jephthah, Ibzan, Elon, Abdon, and Samson.
Four years before the plot of the novel begins, Othniel Assis, a settler from the original Ma'ala Hermesh, decides he wants more space so as to expand the patches of cherry tomatoes and arugula which have outgrown his small garden.
The letter's authors include writer and script translator Sion Eirian, creative writing tutor Gillian Brightmore and playwright Othniel Smith.
Sion Eirian, Gillian Brightmore, Othniel Smith Chair, Welsh Committee, Writers' Guild of Great Britain
Although the founders of American vertebrate paleontology--Joseph Leidy, Edward Drinker Cope, and Othniel Charles Marsh--concentrated initially on fossils from the eastern United States, the opening of the American West provided unparalleled opportunities for exploration, of which Cope and Marsh energetically availed themselves.
Turning now to the actual work of the symposium, the first five studies have as their subject Christian martyrdom in ancient times: see "Reflections on Christian Martyrdom in Antiquity" (11-37) by Cristian Badilita; "Confessors and Martyrs in the Church of the First Three Centuries" (39-65) by Cristian Langa; "Anti-Christian Persecutions from Nero to Constantine the Great: The Antiquity Reflected in the Mirror of the Modern Sufferings" (67-93) by Attila Jakab; "Facts and Sufferings of the Martyrs in Christian Antiquity" (95-126) by Lucian Dinca; and "Interpretations of Martyrdom in Antiquity: Tertullian, Origen and Clement of Alexandria" (127-47), by Othniel Veres.
Bone sharps, cowboys, and thunder lizards: A tale of Edwin Drinker Cope, Othniel Charles Marsh, and the gilded age of paleontology.