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 (jā′fĭth′, jăf′ĭth)
In the Bible, a son of Noah and the brother of Shem and Ham.


(Bible) Old Testament the second son of Noah, traditionally regarded as the ancestor of a number of non-Semitic nations (Genesis 10:1–5)


(ˈdʒeɪ fɪθ)

a son of Noah. Gen. 5:32.
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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
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If that stunned the Reds crowd, then the French visitors were then treated to another refereeing decision from the Israeli official Alon Yefet that defied sense.
Mignolet has never been known for his consistency at Anfield and when he was unable to find a teammate within 22 seconds, ref Alon Yefet gave an indirect free-kick which was laid to Saivet to score.
Seemingly unable to find a team-mate to release the ball to he held on to it for 22 seconds - more than long enough for referee Alon Yefet to penalise him with an indirect free-kick, which was tapped to Saivet who drilled home.
As referee Alon Yefet waited for the keeper to pump the ball upfield, Mignolet continued cradling it in his hands like he couldn't bear to say goodbye.
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