Rehob

Rehob

(rē`hŏb), in the Bible. 1 Hadadezer's father. 2 Sealer of the Covenant. 3 See Beth-rehobBeth-rehob
, in the Bible, Aramaean principality or town of N ancient Palestine.
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. 4 Town of Asher.
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The inhabitants of the plain of Judah with their iron chariots (Judges 1: 19); the Asherites, particularly in Acco, Sidon, Ahlab, Achzib, Helbah, Aphik, Rehob (Judges 1: 31-2); and the inhabitants of Bethshemesh and Baanath (Judges 1: 33).
And while his inscription includes the names of Tannach, Shunem, Beth Shean, and Rehob, it is completely silent about Jezreel.
The usual sequence is hob, heattreat, straighten by grinding (shaft-type gears or by inner diameter honing if the gears are bore-type), and rehob with a solid carbide hob.
The sequence of "hob, heat treat, and rehob" places substantial demands on the accuracy and rigidity of the machine tools, on the quality of the hobbing cutters, and on the skills of the operators.
5 A photograph of part of the inscription was published by the excavator, "The Synagogue at Rehob," in Ancient Synagogues Revealed, ed.
At the start of this year, Hong also created two new positions: Former Bank of America vice president Paul Rehob took over as the chamber's executive vice president in charge of government affairs and operations; and Carreiro, Hong's old friend from the HVCB, came aboard as senior vice president of sales and marketing.
"They told us there's no money and then they go out and hire a $75,000-a-year executive vice president (Rehob)," says one chamber insider.
"I was very surprised," says Rehob, who had earned national awards for business advocacy from the U.S.
Rehob landed on his feet and in October became executive vice president of Pacific M&A Group Corp., a Honolulu-based business consulting group.
Despite an advertising and marketing campaign engineered by Malvaney Rehob & Richardson Advertising Inc.