Haggai


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Synonyms for Haggai

a Hebrew minor prophet

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an Old Testament book telling the prophecies of Haggai which are concerned mainly with rebuilding the temples after the Babylonian Captivity

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Haggai is in his forties, with dark disheveled hair, a shaggy moustache, and a knitted kipah, which looks like it's about to slide off the side of his head at any moment.
CDATA[ Haggai Elad, Director of the Association for Civil Rights in Israel, arrested at demonstration against Jewish presence in Jerusalem neighborhood.
The Palestinian, described by Israeli media as being in his 20s, had "planned to carry out a terrorist attack" in Beit Haggai, a military spokeswoman said, according to Reuters.
Written by Haggai Erlich (professor emeritus of Middle East and African history, Tel Aviv University), Saudi Arabia & Ethiopia: Islam, Christianity & Politics Entwined is an informative scrutiny of the history of Saudi-Ethiopian relations from 1930s to the present day.
Last year, Tarran Bay, ridden by Denise Meldrum from Holywell in Flintshire, won the Man versus Horse marathon in two hours, 10 minutes and 29 seconds, beating Haggai Chepkwony, a Kenyan in the British Army, who finished around nine minutes later.
Rather than writing a history based on Ezra 3-4, Bedford advocates reliance on the texts of Haggai and Zechariah 1-8.
Zechariah was a contemporary of Haggai and faced the same problem of a lethargic 'couldn't care less' group of people.
Others due to speak include Dr Denton Lotz, General Secretary of the Baptist World Alliance and the Rev Reginaldo Kruklis, a Baptist minister from Brazil now heading up the Haggai Institute, which has trained thousands of Third World church leaders.
Haggai Lev is killed by a Palestinian sniper while he and other soldiers are searching for smuggling tunnels along the border with Egypt in the Gaza Strip.
Haggai notes, for example, that Japan's attention to food safety is unparalleled.
Rescue worker Haggai Lavie, 25, said dozens of people were trapped under the huge concrete slabs of floor that collapsed.
The likes of Kenyans John Mutai, Eric Kiplagat, Haggai Chepkwonky and Steve Murijon will line up for the half-marathon alongside Ethiopian Kasse Traddesse, Richard Szade from Poland, Paul O'Callaghan from Ireland, Chris Penny from England, Uls Ollsenn from Sweden, Ali Aden from Somalia and Trudi Thomson from Scotland.
Gian Carlo Garfagnini opens the volume with a detailed analysis of Savonarola's 1494-1495 cycles of sermons on Haggai and the Psalms.
Haggai Chepkwoney, Bromsgrove & Redditch's Kenyan international was fifth.
Tom Haggai (IGA): It's going to take a while to say you have to work for your welfare money.