Book of Ezekiel

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an Old Testament book containing Ezekiel's prophecies of the downfall of Jerusalem and Judah and their subsequent restoration

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Paul Zeleza and Ezekial Kalipeni (Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 1999), 147-67; Lynette A.
One of the major concerns of African Gifts of the Spirit is the transformation of ZAOGA's colourful Archbishop, Ezekial Guti, from one of a number of founding evangelists to the sole figure in what the author terms a 'cult of leadership', which is sustained and controlled by a heavily edited 'canonical history'.
Ezekial and Morton Woods (at least one of whom was Rice Woods's brother) swore out a complaint alleging the crimes of riot and murder against ten of the whites who had attacked the church gathering.
18) Ezekial Emanuel, Where Civic Republicanism Meets Deliberative Democracy, HASTINGS CENTER REP.
From Dickens' Fagin to Riah in Our Mutual Friend, Trollope's dislike of Jewish, Tory Disraeli, to his "noble Jew," Ezekial Breghert, in The Way We Live Now, English literature had no shortage of Jews--good Jews, English Jews, gentlemanly Jews.
Rio said: "We've got some talented youngsters, the likes of Josh McEachran (Chelsea), Ross Barkley (Everton), Ezekial Fryers (Man Utd) and John Bostock (Tottenham).
Regional interest is provided by former Blaydon Race winners Ian Hudspith, of Morpeth Harriers, and Ezekial Cherop.
Kenya's Zak Kiahara is an unknown quantity, which cannot be said for fellow countryman Ezekial Cherop.
But as a forcefully Jewish voice he also stands as one of the most dazzlingly literate and intertextual of our age, moving fluidly between Exodus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Psalms, Ecclesiastes, Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekial, insistently demanding that readers grapple with allusions to festivals and ritual life presented in unexpected ways.
Instead, he enjoys a snack of peanut butter and egg on Ezekial bread.
2000) 320 BMJ: British Medical Journal 1217; Ezekial J.
Shortly thereafter, on June 14, 1846, Ezekial Merritt, a pioneer
STRONG CHALLENGE: Nuneaton's Rob Oddy gets the better of midfield clash; HOT SHOT: Eddie Nisevic celebrates his opening goal for Nuneaton and, below Mark Noon tangles with Tipton's Ezekial Tomlinson
Ezekial Thiand, educational co-ordinator of the ECS diocese of Cueibet, added that the church must educate the people about peace.
Marley T, Ezekial H, Lehto N, Wishart L and Lee T (2000): Application of motor learning principles: the physiotherapy client as a problem-solver II.