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And now the flamboyant aristocrat's wife of 54 years is pleading with Adonai, who is believed to have cradled the 83-year-old peer in his arms as he died, to do the right thing and return part of the estate to them.
He took me out by the spirit of Adonai and set me down in
Aaron Morales, pastor of Christian Adonai Church in Van Nuys, of the effort to get Hispanics - legal and illegal - counted in the 2010 Census.
The professor had hastily departed the island in '74, gone to Canada, married a Canadian and sired two Adonai, both at Saturday football training that evening.
Second, a possible closer reading preserved in Jewish and Christian tradition is suggested in the form of "the Eternal One" or "the Living One", which come close to the verbal root contained in the Tetragrammaton, and which, like the other names already mentioned, link up with the Jewish tradition, as do also Adonai, the Holy One, and "I am".
Read "Thus says Adonai the Lord, 'Say to these bones' (acis ehoun)," not "Rise up from these bones" (acise houn).
Jeremiah tells us that justice and righteousness are pleasing to Adonai.
To the four consonants YHWH of the Name, which had come to be regarded as too sacred to be pronounced, they attached vowel signs indicating that in its place should be read the Hebrew word Adonai meaning 'Lord' (or Elohim meaning 'God').
And the ringing invocations of Roderick Williams' O Adonai made an arresting opening to the evening.
At the conclusion of his novel The Case of Charles Dexter Ward, a demoniac figure "bellow(s) out a terrible formula: "PER ADONAI ELOHIM, ADONAI JEHOVAH, ADONAI SABAOTH, METRATON.
In the Machzor Vitry's chapter on Sukkot, there is some debate over whether women should say the blessings that men make when they perform the mitzvot: Baruch ata Adonai, Eloheinu Melach haOlam, asher kidshanu b'mitzvotav v'tzivanu--Blessed are You, Adonai our God .
Without referencing Jewish liturgical melodies and using only composed themes (although the movements bear the Hebrew liturgical titles "Ma Tovu," "Ashrenu," "L'Kha Adonai," "Hine El Yeshuati," and "Halleluyah"), Asia convincingly conveys a sense of the rise and fall of traditional Jewish liturgical chant.