Hannah


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Hannah

(ˈhænə)
n
(Bible) Old Testament the woman who gave birth to Samuel (I Samuel 1–2)
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They talked over the new plan while old Hannah cleared the table, then out came the four little work baskets, and the needles flew as the girls made sheets for Aunt March.
I've heard," she added, "that Hannah Stanwood is sick.
Only two hours," she sighed "That will be half past one; mother will be at cousin Ann's, the children at home will have had their dinner, and Hannah cleared all away.
Hannah is the oldest, I come next, then John, then Jenny, then Mark, then Fanny, then Mira.
We could probably tell something of what they said, but not all-- for we are not as clever as you think us, Hannah.
Her name was Hannah and her husband's Matthew; two homely names, yet well enough adapted to the simple pair, who seemed strangely out of place among the whimsical fraternity whose wits had been set agog by the Great Carbuncle.
Her name was Hannah, and her husband's Matthew; two homely names, yet well enough adapted to the simple pair, who seemed strangely out of place among the whimsical fraternity whose wits had been set agog by the Great Carbuncle.
Miss Hannah has grown old, not too gracefully, and Miss Ada has stayed thirty, less gracefully still.
One day her Aunt Hannah from Charlottetown came and wanted her ma to go visiting with her.
And he read the song of gratitude which Hannah sang, and which says, who it is who maketh poor and maketh rich, and bringeth low and exalteth--how the poor shall be raised up out of the dust, and how, in his own might, no man shall be strong.
He had spoken slightingly of women's education in general, and had said that Hannah, Anna's English protegee, had not the slightest need to know anything of physics.
I have brought this gentleman to see your dairy, Hannah," said Miss Halcombe.