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(nā'bōth),
Martin, German anatomist and physician, 1675-1721. See: nabothian cyst, follicle.
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A closer reading of these paragraphs in Chakaipa's text, clearly reveals that the words gombo and munda are comparable to Naboth's vineyard (munda wake wemagirepisi in the Shona bible), and are used figuratively to denote Munhamo.
Jezebel arranged for two men to accuse Naboth of cursing God and the king, for which Naboth was stoned to death.
For a case study, he looks at the story of Naboth's vineyard in 1 Kings 2:1-16 in light of the legal approach to space.
De la misma forma, no se hallo asociacion con tratamientos, antecedentes o sintomas previos como biopsia, colposcopia, conizacion, dolor pelvico, dispareunia, sinusorragia o cuello erosionado, atrofico, congestivo, ectropion ni quistes de naboth.
Me Chris Hartley read the lesson 1 Kings 21:1-10 Naboth's Vineyard.
Thus even the powerful King Ahab could not legally appropriate Naboth's vineyard.
Bronckers, Marco e Van den Broek, Naboth. Financial Compensation in the WTO Improving the Remedies of WTO Dispute Settlement.
King Ahab's seizure of Naboth's vineyard: Bible, 1 Kings 21; William B Stoebuck, "A General Theory of Eminent Domain" (1972) 47:4 Wash L Rev 553 at 553-54.
Carmel, Naboth's stolen vineyard and ruthless murder, Jezebel's arrogance and tyranny, the death of Ahaz, and Jezebel's dramatic demise.
(33) In the De Nabuthe (On Naboth), a treatise in the form of a diatribe against avarice, he explicitly investigates the relationship between rich and poor in the form of a commentary to 1 Kings 3:21.34 Ambrose uses the exemplary story of Naboth to vehemently support his views on social justice by warning the poor against exploitation and admonishing the rich against the sin of avarice.
The narrative of Naboth's Vineyard in 1 Kings 21 describes the selfish actions of an immoral king.
Schau, das die czeugenn warhafft seyn, nit wie die waren, die uber Naboth, Christum und Steffanum czeugetherth, 3.Regum 21d [1 Kon.