Jethro


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Jethro

(ˈdʒɛθrəʊ)
n
(Bible) Old Testament a Midianite priest, the father-in-law of Moses (Exodus 3:1; 4:18)

Jeth•ro

(ˈdʒɛθ roʊ)

n.
the father-in-law of Moses. Ex. 3:1.
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Miss Jethro advanced, not noticing Emily's expression of surprise.
I beg your pardon, Miss Jethro, one of the things I can't endure is being puzzled.
Miss Jethro answered mechanically, using the same words.
Emily still offered her hand--and still Miss Jethro refused to see it.
With or without light, she was still bent on making Miss Jethro explain herself.
The case happened in a gay bar at a southern Luzon city when two reporters of a radio station in said city, Jethro and Bernard, together with Bernard's relative, went to said bar following reports that it was showing nude gay dancers.
So travel writer Hugh Thomson decided to revive the ancient tradition - inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson's Travels with a Donkey - and took trusty mule Jethro across northern England.
Jethro The leg was all but severed at the scene and doctors amputated it above the knee six days later.
48 COMEDY Jethro A memorable evening of hysterical nonsense from Jethro touring the UK with his Bull and Bonkers tour.
THE tireless Ian Anderson is taking Jethro Tull on a 50th anniversary tour next year - and the North East won't be missing out.
Jethro and the Jews: Jewish Biblical Interpretation and the Question of Identity
Sergeant Jethro Christie, who was at the custody suite in Caernarfon on December 27, 2015, denies an allegation of gross misconduct by using excessive force against a member of the public.