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n.1.See Jorum.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Law on Trade Marks, see Tobias Cohen Jehoram, Constant van Nispen and
(122) See, e.g., Herman Cohen Jehoram, Restrictions on Copyright and Their Abuse, 27 EUR.
The research idea was conceived by Patrick K Akakpo and Jehoram T.
Like King Uzziah, who contracts leprosy for his pride, or Jehoram, whose bowels fall out.
In Judah, King Jehoram murders his brothers and some officers (II Chron.
Athalia was the daughter of King Ahab and Jezebel and the wife of Jehoram, King of Judah.
Exhaustion in EEC Trademark Law]; Herman Cohen Jehoram, Harmonising
Here is the narrative: Jehu, a commander in the army of Israel, murdered his king, Jehoram, as well as Ahaziah, king of Judah, and then took the throne of Israel for himself.
Most of this book was published in Dutch in November 2008, and much was originally part of author Tobias Cohen Jehoram's doctoral thesis (the other two authors are Constant van Nispen and Toon Huydecoper); the contents have been translated, updated, and amended for an international audience.
Quite what he did with this I couldn't tell you - maybe he had it cemented onto an ancient wall in Dhiban for all to read or maybe he had it inscribed to be placed on the walls of King Jehoram (Mesha had written on Jehoram's wall), an early version of Facebook.
When he is killed in battle, she exercises control through her other son, Jehoram.
Other uses refer to qualities, actions, or objects (Jehoram's cleaving to the sin of Jeroboam in 2 Kgs 3:3; the psalmist's bones cleaving to his skin in Ps 102:5; David's warrior's hand cleaving to its sword in 2 Sam 23:10).