Shuah


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Shuah

(sho͞o`ə), in the Bible, son of Abraham. Descendants are the Shuhites, an Arab tribe; Bildad the Shuhite was probably a member.
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More than anything, it is his race that compels Annie to hide him: "Ef de Lawd had gib you a white face stead o' dat dere black one," she assures him, "Ah shuah would turn you out" (24).
A triptych of surreal conversations between Belacqua Shuah, a dead man, and the people he encounters in a strange state of limbo, the text features no discernible narrative or logic, yet is nevertheless a fascinating stream-of-consciousness.
A triptych of surreal conversations between Belacqua Shuah, a dead man, and the people he encounters in a strange state of limbo, it is not the most accessible entry point for anyone new to Beckett's work, but for scholars and aficionados, it is a must.
The economy would improve with the discovery of mineral wealth in the country, was the expectation of MDC-T MP for Mutare West, Shuah Mudiwa.
In More Pricks Than Kicks, Belacqua Shuah, "who could on no account resist a bicycle," withstands a young woman's advances, hops on "a fine light machine, with red tyres and wooden rims," and sails away.