Book of Ruth

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Noun1.Book of Ruth - a book of the Old Testament that tells the story of Ruth who was not an Israelite but who married an Israelite and who stayed with her mother-in-law Naomi after her husband died
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
Hagiographa, Ketubim, Writings - the third of three divisions of the Hebrew Scriptures
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Now, Menachem Elimelech, a professor of chemical and environmental engineering at Yale and lead author of the study, and William Phillip, now at the University of Notre Dame, demonstrated that reverse osmosis requires a minimum amount of energy that cannot be overcome, and that current technology is already starting to approach that limit.
When Boaz marries Ruth, he seems to make a point of restoring the reputation of the deceased Elimelech.
Abukasis turned to the ref pleading in vein that Boyd had used an arm to control the ball but the striker was already bursting clear into the box and firing an expert finish past keeper Shavit Elimelech.
The systems were designed by Robert McGinnis, a Yale University doctoral student and his advisor Menachem Elimelech, Chair of Chemical and Environmental Engineering.
To this the man demurs, because the first son born of the marriage would inherit the property in the name of Ruth's first husband, the son of Elimelech (4:3-6).
Israel's attempts to double the lead floundered and Rogaciov pulled Moldova level, slotting the ball past substitute keeper Shavit Elimelech just four minutes after coming on.
Hapoel Tel Aviv: Elimelech, Abuksis, Ogbona, Antebi, Badir, Bondar, Barda, Dago, Doani, Wellington, Toama.
The trip was organised by the Vyoel Moshe Charitable Trust in North London for Jews to visit the Polish home of 18th-century Hasidic leader Rabbi Elimelech.