Abrahams


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A·bra·hams

(ā'bră-hamz),
Robert, U.S. physician, 1861-1935. See: Abrahams sign.
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I wondered if Abraham really had made a hash of life.
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, $29.95, ISBN 0-253-33833-6
Anthony Abrahams had told former wife Lotte Gunderson to "stick it" when she asked for his pounds 1-a- week pub syndicate contributions.
Abrahams as "one of the preeminent scholars of Afro-American vernacular culture." Indeed, Abrahams is probably the most celebrated living preservationist of African-American secular oral traditions.
LIBERAL Democrat leadership contender Chris Huhne will today urge police to probe a business park development led by Tyneside tycoon David Abrahams.
DODGY Labour party donor David Abrahams once allegedly used a bogus wife to pass himself off as a caring family man when he tried to become an MP.
DAVID ABRAHAMS: Wealthy property developer, 53, gave more than pounds 600,000 to friends and colleagues to pass on to Labour in order to avoid publicity.
Anthea Bailey said she acted as Mr Abrahams' wife at meetings in Richmond, North Yorkshire, during his fight for the Tory held marginal seat.
Sanfelius Herangehensweise erlaubt ihr ein genaues Lesen von Abrahams Texten, das an der sorgfaltigen Freud-Lekture der franzosischen Psychoanalyse geschult ist und bewusst das Historische aussen vor lasst und den Text bzw.
COBRA STING: Carl Froch (right) hits Arthur Abrahams