abram


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abram

(ˈæbrəm)
adj
obsolete auburn
Translations
References in classic literature ?
"The man that bought him is named Abram Foster -- Abram G.
Their father, old Abram Booth, was a disgusting old sot.
I do these by reading the commission of Abram, and the shifting of his mission, in Genesis 12.
Closed pleural biopsy using Abram's needle was performed.
Abram is slightly obsessed with his neighbor Juliette but he is afraid to make contact because of their shared traumatic past.
By virtually all accounts, Morris Berthold Abram was an inspired choice to lead Brandeis University when its founding president, Abram L.
Terah left Ur of Chaldea (Tall al Mugayar, Iraq) with son Abram, his wife Sarah and Lot, a son of his brother Haran for Canaan (Israel, West Bank, Gaza, Jordan and Southern portions of Syria and Lebanon).
Gallagher Acquires Abram Interstate Insurance Services in California
After the flood, God chose one family from Shem's line, the family of Abram, to found a new people who would be His own.
Abram (1918-2000), one of the unsung heroes of the U.S.
Abram's private bathroom, hidden within a secret opening in the wall, is entered by pulling on a book titled Louis Tannen's Catalog of Magic.
Sasha Abrams recently was appointed general counsel and secretary to the board at the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, which was set up by Gordon Moore, the co-founder of Intel, and his wife.