Many of those who prefer New Age dress belong to the Habakuk
current--an acronym for Habad, Bratislaver, Carlebach, and Kook (the first two referring to Hasidic communities; the third to the late rabbi and musician Shlomo Carlebach, who taught a Hasidic-Aquarian style of Judaism; and to Rabbi Kook, founder of Merkaz Ha-Rav).
Jephson's Statement, John Barrington Cowles, The Leather Funnel, The Lift, Lot No.
The sun shimmered above the Habakuk
hotel in Maribor yesterday as Scotland's World Cup campaign winds down but a depressing cloud continues to hang above Walter Smith's squad.
Verder is die gedeeltes wat hy kies gevarieerd, kompleks en van die mees klinkende in die Bybel: hy herdig naamlik 'n aantal Psalms, die Spreuke van Salomo, passasies uit Prediker, Miga, Habakuk
, die Onse Vader en klassieke passasies soos Johannes 3:16 en 1 Korintiers 13.
Proulx's panhandle, including the town of Woolybucket, where Bob settles, is filled with eccentric characters: Sheriff Hugh Dough and his aunts Ponola Dough and Dolly Cleat; blustering rival landowners Advance Slauter and Francis Scott Keister; ninety-year-old former cowhand Rope Butt; the mail carrier Doll McJunkin; Dutch immigrant Habakuk
van Melkebeerk; itinerant windmiller Daisy Boy Pocock; LaVon's son Coolbrooth Fronk; Freda Beautyrooms, Ace Crouch, Vera Twombley .