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Coyne, P., Pisha, B., Dalton, B., Zeph, L., & Smith, N.
"But he's equally passionate about siblings for Zeph - he's one of eight.
Garcia, Emily Goodenough, Ryan gover, Edward Hayes-Neat'y, Emma Housley, Tom Kanavan, Carly Meyers, Terel Nugent, Adam Salter, Rachel Spurrell, Carrie Sutton, Jay Webb, Anna Woodside, Liam Wraite, Zeph.
If, as Zeph Stewart (1959) and David Ross (1975) have suggested, the content of Silenus's Song is distinctively Alexandrian, so it seems is its synthesis of oral and written poetic production to mimic the experience of orality in the textual medium.
The court, however, was happy to accept that the uprising had been at least in part engineered by people like Zeph Mothopeng.
"Neither their silver nor their gold shall be able to deliver them in the day of the Lord's wrath; but the whole land will be devoured by the fire of his jealousy" (Zeph. 1:18).
Thomas, and Catherine Zeph found that in empirical studies of mentorship, "data collection methods seem to affect reports of mentoring.
It is not clear who all the latter were, but one of them is named as Jack Zeph, a man who, the signatories alleged, had adopted a hostile attitude towards them at an earlier meeting.
The "wrath of God" (orge tou theou) is not a psychological category but a symbol (widely used in Torah) for the retribution that comes to humans as a result of their willful turning away from God; indeed, it is a concept that derives precisely from the prophetic warnings against idolatry (see Isa 51:7, Jer 6:11; 25:25; Hos 13:11; Zeph 1:15).