abram


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abram

(ˈæbrəm)
adj
obsolete auburn
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The man that bought him is named Abram Foster -- Abram G.
Their father, old Abram Booth, was a disgusting old sot.
He did (in the text) a matangi teka on Yhwh and (beyond the text) on generations of readers; this article is an invitation to shift the wind from Abram in return.
Abram is slightly obsessed with his neighbor Juliette but he is afraid to make contact because of their shared traumatic past.
In the aftermath of the Ford Hall occupation, Abram suggested it had been triggered by a campus speaking engagement on the eve of the takeover by two protest movement leaders from San Francisco State University, faculty member Arlene Daniels and graduate student and black student union leader Bill Middleton.
Abram's nomadic existence once again intersects with God's promises, leaving a sense that God is always on the journey with Sarai and Abram.
In the late evening of November 1, 2003, Judy Abram was playing dominoes with her sisters at her home in San Antonio, Texas, when a man began breaking into the residence through a living room window.
Abram of the Australian National University in Canberra.
In May 2003, Abram was honored by the Special Libraries Association as one of the "Best of the Information Profession.
Schizophrenic Michael Abram, 36, who is due to be released in the next few days just 19 months after his trial, added: "If I could turn back the clock I would give anything not to have done what I did in attacking George Harrison.
Schizophrenic Michael Abram stabbed Harrison 10 times in the chest at his luxury home in Henley-on-Thames two years ago.
Past REBNY Governor, Abram Barkan, died, Monday April 17, 2006, at the age 87 of complications associated with Alzheimer's disease.