Such an idol as that found in the secret groves of Queen Maachah in Judea; and for worshipping which, king Asa
, her son, did depose her, and destroyed the idol, and burnt it for an abomination at the brook Kedron, as darkly set forth in the 15th chapter of the first book of Kings.
Another man at table who had swallowed the same bait was the superintendent of the Pacific Coast agencies for the Asa Bicycle Company.
Martin talked with the superintendent of the Asa agencies, and after dinner he drew him aside with Hermann, whom he backed financially for the best bicycle store with fittings in Oakland.
"Send the boys off to the right," exclaimed the resolute wife and mother, in a sharp, dissonant voice; "I warrant me, Asa
, or Abner will give some account of the creature!"
So I tuck Asa
Montagu, and he tuck Absalom Bement, and they two tuck old Squire Napthali Green.
Gray those of the United States, and the result was as I anticipated.
- Schooner "Harry Randolph" dismasted on the way home from Newfoundland; Asa
Musie, married, 32, Main Street, City, lost overboard.
Employers using ASAs
would "simply need to send employees' ASA
savings to the federal government alongside the employee tax withholdings that they already process," Merkly noted, so AMAs offer a "high-quality option for small businesses without added paperwork or hassle."
(acrylonitrile-styrene-acrylate) polymers were developed in the late 1950s, and had to overcome the UV (ultraviolet light) weaknesses of ABS (acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene) by replacing butadiene with more UV-resistant acrylate monomers, leading to many U.S.
Nepal and Bhutan are to sign a revised Air Service Agreement (ASA
) increasing the flight frequency up to 28 weekly on a reciprocal basis.
A research conducted in Canada showed that direct immunobead test (IBT) is a reliable method for confirmation of ASAs
Structured as a unique blend of quarterly returns and sustained capital stability, ASAS
focuses on long-term, income-generating assets in the real estate market.