Rehum

Rehum

(rē`həm), in the Bible. 1 One of the returning exiles. He is also called Nehum. 2 Samaritan official who obstructed work on the Temple. 3 Sealer of the Covenant. 4 Levite who worked to rebuild Jerusalem. 5 Same as HarimHarim
, in the Bible. 1 Family of priests in the return from the Exile. An alternate form is Rehum. 2 Another family of priests in the return from the Exile. 3 Priest, probably the ancestor of (2.
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Ann Rehum Dis 2016; 75: 2192-2200, doi: 10.1136/annrheumdis-2015208476.
Cpt Paul Ramos and SSg Rehum Magno were named as Best Officer and Best Enlisted Personnel, respectively.
This time, the river washes over (from the verb rehum?) a third woman, who is not said to "come out." According to Heimpel, warm water may plume up in bitumen wells and lift out "the body of any ordalist lucky enough to be caught in it," whom the god has thus "spit out." The woman lives, having been vindicated in the ordeal.