Zelah

Zelah

(zē`lə), in the Bible, unidentified town, central ancient Palestine. The family tomb of Saul was there.
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Like Tangub, Denopol will be hard-pressed to score a repeat in the girls' 12- and 14-U sides with Cielo Gonzales and Zelah Toribio looming as her biggest rivals.
Michele and Zelah Weedy ended up seventh in the line throw and Janine Graham 10th in the surf race.
The second PID she says she made related to the departure of Zelah Weedy, a swim instructor who worked with Mr Mason's wife, Helen.
Jane Eyre Timothy Dalton of Colwyn Bay and Zelah Clarke starred in the 1983 BBC production of Charlotte Bronte's novel about the orphan Jane Eyre who finds some solace as a young adult working as a governess under Edward Rochester.
All properties in Zelah please access via A30 from Carland Cross roundabout to Boxheater junction and B3285 Properties between Carland Cross roundabout and Boxheater junction please access from Carland Cross roundabout.
(1) Most recently, the film has been remade by Cary Fukunaga (2011, starring Mia Wasikowska and Michael Fassbender); however, the adaptations which present this phrase most clearly and which will be discussed here are the BBC adaptation directed by Julian Amyes (with Zelah Clarke and Timothy Dalton) and the classic Orson Wells and Joan Fontaine version by Robert Stevenson.
Zelah Green is home from Forest Hill where she was being treated for obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).
? Zelah Clarke (1983) - nominated for a 1985 CableACE Award alongside Timothy Dalton as Rochester.
or Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is the 'little problem' which is causing huge difficulties in the life of teenager Zelah. Her obsession with cleanliness, order and routine occupies most of her time and though treatment at Forest Hill House has given her some stability, it has also put her in touch with some young people who have serious psychological problems.
CURTIS, Vanessa Zelah Green, Queen of Clean Egmont, 2009 246pp $14.95 pbk ISBN 9781405240536 SCIS 1401795
The other contenders on the shortlist for the prize were: How Kirsty Jenkins Stole The Elephant by Elen Caldecott; Zelah Green Queen Of Clean by Vanessa Curtis; Changeling by Steve Feasey; Gnomes Are Forever by Ceci Jenkinson; Lady In The Tower by Marie-Louise Jensen; The Mapmaker's Monster by Rob Stevens; and Numbers by Rachel Ward.
Timothy Dalton was a broody Rochester in an acclaimed 1983 series, with unknown Zelah Clarke as Jane.