Jael


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Jael

(ˈdʒeɪəl)
n
(Bible) Old Testament the woman who killed Sisera when he took refuge in her tent (Judges 4:17–21)
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The weary soldier acceded readily enough, and Jael put him to bed.
The Song of Deborah and Barak" praises Jael for the memorable service she had rendered, in an exultant strain:
Blessed above women shall Jael the wife of Heber the Kenite be,
When I looked at him that night, deep in his drunken sleep, I thought of Jael and Sisera (see the book of Judges; chapter 4th; verses 17 to 21).
I read the story of Jael and Sisera so often that the Bible got to open of itself at that place.
Three nails driven into the head commemorated as many crises in Maggie's nine years of earthly struggle; that luxury of vengeance having been suggested to her by the picture of Jael destroying Sisera in the old Bible.
There is none,'' replied the hermit, ``from the scissors of Delilah, and the tenpenny nail of Jael, to the scimitar of Goliath, at which I am not a match for thee But, if I am to make the election, what sayst thou, good friend, to these trinkets?
The Stone Thrower, by Jael Ealey Richardson, is the true story of Chuck Ealey, an African American boy born in 1950.
Esos crimenes han quedado impunes hasta el dia de hoy y, las nuevas generaciones de pentecostales prefieren olvidar el pasado; pero es importante por el derecho in alienable de la libertad religiosa y por los derechos humanos ante un Estado mexicano y un PRI que guardaron silencio, el partido que muchos pentecostales lamentablemente apoyan", dice la experta Deyssy Jael de la Luz Garcia.
This inner space reverberates with connotations of an inner bodily space as, alone in the flat, it is Jael and Ruth's wardrobe that captivates Maria's attention.
La celebracion va unida a dos personajes de la obra: Cineo metamorfoseado en Taytacha Temblores, y sobre todo la protagonista, Jael, convertida en Mamacha Belen.
The seven arrested are: Jael Mejia Collado, Joan Luis Minier Lara, Evan Jose Pena, Jose Familia Reyes, Elvis Rafael Rodriguez, Emir Yasser Yeje and Chung Yu-Holguin (known as "Chino El Abusador").