Book of Joel

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Noun1.Book of Joel - an Old Testament book telling Joel's prophecies
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
Nebiim, Prophets - the second of three divisions of the Hebrew Scriptures
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And it was made the more difficult by the unconscious Joe. In our already-mentioned freemasonry as fellow-sufferers, and in his good-natured companionship with me, it was our evening habit to compare the way we bit through our slices, by silently holding them up to each other's admiration now and then - which stimulated us to new exertions.
pray stop!" said Joe. "I'll help you to lighten the cart; they can't move it now."
It was wonderful what a change had come over Joe. John laughed, and said he had grown an inch taller in that week, and I believe he had.
"Magister praised the sky in that sketch I made in the park," said Joe. "And Tinkle gave me permission to hang two of them in his window.
I wish you could know him, Joe. He comes in sometimes when I am with Clementina at the piano--he is a widower, you know--and stands there pulling his white goatee.
'I don't suppose anything of the kind,' returned Joe. 'Let them keep their red noses for bottles and tankards.
'I don't know, and to say the truth, I don't care,' said Joe.
The players of the opposing team also watched Joe. They were fascinated.
Ferguson had a servant who answered with alacrity to the name of Joe. He was an excellent fellow, who testified the most absolute confidence in his master, and the most unlimited devotion to his interests, even anticipating his wishes and orders, which were always intelligently executed.
The next moment they were past, pausing to centre long on Joe. It seemed to her that Ponta was working himself into a rage.
The fact that she was to be employed outweighed a thousand-fold the fact that her employer was to be Joe.
It was not that she disliked Joe. She was sorry for him.