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Robert, U.S. physician, 1861-1935. See: Abrahams sign.
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Wahrend Sanfeliu manchmal die historische Genauigkeit abgeht, bietet Zienert-Eilts historische Rekonstruktion mit grossem Quellenreichtum, um ein genaues und nicht von Parteiinteressen gefarbtes Bild Abrahams zu entwerfen.
CARL Froch regained his WBC super-middleweight title as he dominated from start to finish to claim a unanimous points victory over Arthur Abraham in Helsinki.
Abrahams also told the Labour selection committee in Richmond, North Yorks, he was a self-employed retail manager when, in fact, he was a property developer and landlord who at the time was being prosecuted by council chiefs for illegally evicting a tenant.
In March 1991 he gained a High Court order restraining a newspaper from publishing claims that he acted dishonestly by concealing that his full name was David Martin Abrahams in order to prevent his business interests from being known to voters in Richmond.
Feiler asked the distinguished Christian theologian Walter Brueggemann about the problem of competing traditions and specifically competing Abrahams he replied, "It is perfectly legitimate for Christians .
According to Gary Abrahams, president and CEO of ExecuStay by Marriott, The Chelsea includes 17 studios, 147 one-bedrooms, and 40 two-bedrooms and features a doorman, concierge service, a business center, and a fitness center.
The Black Experience in the 20th Century: An Autobiography and Meditation by Peter Abrahams Indiana University Press, March 2001, $29.
It's just sad,'' said Ronni King, a neighbor of the Abrahams.