Ruhamah

Ruhamah

(rühā`mə), in the Bible, daughter of Hosea.
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Funeral service to be held on Wednesday July 4th at Noddfa Ruhamah Capel y Bedyddwyr, Philadelphia Rd, Porthcawl at 11 am followed by cremation at Margam Crematorium at 12 noon.
(12) In her travel writings from 1897, Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore describes Singapore as 'an ethnological center' that 'holds a whole congress of nations, an exhibit of all the races and peoples and types of men in the world'.
Not only was Jezreel's name redeemed, but God transformed the other two children's names too: Ammi ("my people") and Ruhamah ("the ones I love").
From left: Emily Neale, Greg Barker, Sam Morton, Frances Gill, Ruhamah Joseph and Andrew McAllister with adjudicator Christina Thomson.
BEDFORD/STERLING - Ruhamah Marion (Harris) Gaw, 95, of Carleton-Willard Village, died Christmas morning in Bedford.
Scidmore, Eliza Ruhamah (1902): China the long-lived Empire.
D.C.) National Republican reviewer Ruhamah as "a mass of
(37) The first limb of s 26(a) directly targeted the decision in Jones v Leeming, (38) and the second limb can be traced to Ruhamah Property Co Ltd v Federal Commissioner of Taxation (39) and Californian Copper.
One nineteenth-century tourist warned prospective visitors: 'Curio Street, Yokohama, is one of the streets of the world, and a day may be as well spent in it as in Regent Street or Broadway, if one does but take care not to take much money along.' (36) Even more suggestively, the American travel writer Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore claimed that the shops 'deliberately make eyes at you.' (37) With the rise of the department store, commodity fetishism had become part of nineteenth-century consumerism, but the links between visual pleasure, cultural shopping, and sexual gratification also became central to the tourist's experience of Japan.
(4) Canadian Pacific Railway, The Game Fishes of Canada ([Montreal]: Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 1928); Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore, Westward to the Far East: A Guide to the Principal Cities of China and Japan with a Note on Korea, 4th ed.
Robinson recalls how new workers would come from the country with peculiar dress, peculiar dialect, and peculiar names: "Samantha, Triphena, Plumy, Kezia, Aseneth, Elgardy, Leafy, Ruhamah, Lovey, Almaretta, Sarepta, and Florilla were among them." Through the floral names, Robinson represents the premodern in terms of the pastoral.
Staunch Labour Party member Ken Tilley collapsed during a war veterans' tribute address at Ruhamah Pentecostal Church in Aberbargoed minutes before he was due to sound the last post, through a tape recording, at the community's memorial gates, which he helped to install.