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Terah

(tē`rə), in the Bible, father of Abraham. An alternate form is Thara.
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"Instead of penalizing cooperation between the north and the south, the Obama administration should back negotiations to ensure peaceful solutions to the issues of oil and border demarcations," writes FPIF contributor Terah Edun in The Future of South Sudan.
Iconoclasm as a story of lineage--whether Terah and Abraham, God and Christ, or divine ancestor and emperor--is what is shared with the ancient Roman tradition of damnatio memoriae, the erasure of imperial predecessors.
In his Ha'amaik Davar comments about the role of Abraham's father, Terah, in the founding of the Israelite faith, one can imagine the Netziv's own objectivity and intention to "judge in the scale of merit." (15)
Among them, Parrot imagined, were Benjaminite chieftains, kin to Terah and Abraham, in transit toward Haran (p.
During aerial strikes, 18 terrorists were killed in Terah Valley in Khyber Agency while 10 terrorists were killed in Shawal in North Waziristan.
Levi states that Abraham came from burying his father, Terah, but R.
Separately, a rocket hit a house, killing two women and four children and wounding four others in the Terah area, Farooq Khan, a local reporter, told Pajhwok Afghan News.
A Pakistan army official told the US channel that the number of escaping insurgents was on a rise in the North Waziristan district, and according to him, the fleeing insurgents were taking shelter in the Terah Valley.
Bridesmaids were Erin Michelle Ard; Laurel Miller Donahoo, sister of the groom; Terah Dean Turner; Anna Claire Taylor; Hilary Elise Senter; Megan Elizabeth Fly; Laura Catherine McBeath; and Rebecca Ford Newman.
One day, when it was Abraham's turn to sell, his father Terah gave him several baskets of household gods and set him up in the marketplace....
Ernest Terah Hooley, a late nineteenth-century company promoter, was particularly renowned for his ability to exaggerate the true value of the companies' shares he sold to the public.