Ezekias


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Ez·e·ki·as

 (ĕz′ĭ-kī′əs)
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Noun1.Ezekias - (Old Testament) king of Judah who abolished idolatry (715-687 BC)Ezekias - (Old Testament) king of Judah who abolished idolatry (715-687 BC)
Old Testament - the collection of books comprising the sacred scripture of the Hebrews and recording their history as the chosen people; the first half of the Christian Bible
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I headed the Cyprus delegation and I also had with me Glafcos Clerides (Disy), Ezekias Papaioannou (Akel), Alecos Michaelides or Alexis Galanos (Diko) and Vasos Lyssarides (Edek).
However, the county's executive director, John Ezekias Paul, said the shooting followed a grenade attack on a cattle camp on Monday night at Sika-Rumbek.
In Galilee the insurrection was organized by a popular leader named Judas, son of the brigand-chief Ezekias, who led a large number of desperate men in a raid on the royal fortress in Sepphoris.
shall be your Judges, and will spread forth in order (like King Ezekias letter) both before God and their owne consciences, what a world of injuries and miseries you .
The political leaders such as Glafcos Clerides (DISY), Ezekias Papaioannou (AKEL), Alexis Galanos (DIKO) and Vasos Lyssarides (EDEK) were always present and helped a lot.