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an Old Testament book telling Nahum's prophecy of the fall of Nineveh

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If young Nahum would come work in the tavern, they promised to see to his upkeep and education.
Nahum Goldman was stunned by Ben-Gurion's pessimism, and interrupted him to ask: But how can you sleep with that prospect in mind, and be Prime Minister of Israel too?
Nahum is one of two prophets whose books are not used in the Common Lectionary; his picture of the fall of empire is too strong.
The authorities should apply restrictions to guard the honor of Israel's daughters," wrote Rabbi Nahum Gortald, the head of the tribunal.
Fourteen-year-old Nahum Strickland from Jumeirah College won the 'Young Composer of the Gulf Lifetime Trophy'.
Gino Nahum (1921-2008), a warm, open, genuine and generous man who embraced his life and cherished his family, passed away in December 2008.
The city is also a historic center for the Nestorian Christianity of the Assyrians, containing the tombs of several Old Testament prophets such as Jonah, Yunus in Arabic, and Nahum.
One of the key elements to this product is the ability to access Amber Partners and their operational due diligence," REIKO NAHUM he said.
Ronin, managed by Nurit Nahum, acquired the shares at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange where AVT is listed with a market value of approximately US$ 80 million.
And what about the case that brought Muhammad out in the first place - the 21-year-old gunshot victim, Nahum Beaird?
The Pace University Purchasing and Contracts department has determined much of the current selection of suppliers," notes Ronald Nahum, associate vice president for finance.
THE TITLE OF CAROLINE GORDON'S EPIC CIVIL WAR NOVEL, NONE SHALL Look Back, comes from Nahum in the Old Testament: "But Nineveh is of old like a pool of water; yet they shall flee away.
All dealt well with the lively if distinctly sub-Shakespearean text of Nahum Tate.