Bethany


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Beth·a·ny

 (bĕth′ə-nē)
A village of ancient Palestine at the foot of the Mount of Olives near Jerusalem. According to the New Testament, it was the site of the resurrection of Lazarus.
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Bethany

(ˈbɛθənɪ)
n
(Placename) a village in the West Bank, near Jerusalem at the foot of the Mount of Olives: in the New Testament, the home of Lazarus and the lodging place of Jesus during Holy Week
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Beth•a•ny

(ˈbɛθ ə ni)

n.
a village in W Jordan, near Jerusalem, at the foot of the Mount of Olives; home of Lazarus.
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From Joppa, Jerusalem, the River Jordan, the Sea of Tiberias, Nazareth, Bethany, Bethlehem, and other points of interest in the Holy Land can be visited, and here those who may have preferred to make the journey from Beirut through the country, passing through Damascus, Galilee, Capernaum, Samaria, and by the River Jordan and Sea of Tiberias, can rejoin the steamer.
"Now a certain man was sick named Lazarus of Bethany .
Bethany pictured with Carl Dunlop, who died trying to rescue her
"This 43,000 square foot building and 25 acres will enable Bethany Arts Community to become an integral part of the Ossining, Westchester County, and Lower Hudson River Valley art world," said David Lyons, Executive Director at Bethany Arts Community, Inc.
The radio station has joined forces with the charity - set up in memory of Coventry girl Bethany Polanco who died from a rare form of kidney cancer - to offer a child from Coventry or Warwickshire the chance to visit Lapland and meet Santa Claus himself.
Bethany, an Atlanta native, has a bachelor's of business administration degree from the University of Southern Mississippi and a masters of business administration degree from Delta State University.
However, Rain Shadow stands on its own as a story told from the point of a view of a person with special needs, keeping the action very close to Bethany's experience.
So Bethany writes a series of nasty emails to everyone in an effort to rid herself of her anger, parks them in 'drafts', and then (surprise!) they wind up being accidentally 'sent' to everyone - including her father.
Bethany, who will be 19 tomorrow, was the first baby in the West Midlands to be conceived using the technique.
A "Today" show interview in New York with Bethany and fellow UO alumna Ann Curry.
Bethany (AnnaSophia Robb) was born to surf alongside her parents Tom (Dennis Quaid) and Cheri (Helen Hunt) and brothers Noah (Ross Thomas) and Tommy (Chris Brochu).
Meanwhile, Bethany, young and clubby in pink blouse and black shorts and with bobbed brown hair, played keyboard lines with a distinctly house sound to them, particularly on new track Colour, Movement, Sex and Violence and the classic Girls Don't Count, a song Bethany described as "written thirty years ago, but dressed up a bit".