Obadiah


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a Hebrew minor prophet

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an Old Testament book telling Obadiah's prophecies

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Even the Iron Man outfit, a smart weapon that allows Stark to target the enemy while leaving innocent bystanders standing, grows dangerous when it inspires Obadiah Stane to build a similar suit of his own.
Mo Hall, 45, paid pounds 50,000 for rare Suffolk Punch horses Sultan, Jack, Rupert and Obadiah and the three antique buses they haul along the same routes as their motor counterparts in Ringwood, Hants.
He announces he's getting out of the armaments business, alarming his business partner Obadiah Stane (a marvelous Jeff Bridges with a shaved head and goatee), who looks like he's going to stab Tony in the back every time he gives him a bearhug.
That's when he comes into conflict with his business partner Obadiah Stane, played by a bald, bearded Jeff Bridges who does his best as the villain of the piece in an underwritten role.
He then announces the immediate shutdown of the weapons manufacturing armof Stark Industries, to the shock and surprise of right-hand man Obadiah Stane (Bridges).
Back home, he decides to take Stark Industries in a new and more peaceful direction, much to the annoyance of top exec Obadiah Stane (Bridges).
As the dazzlingly monikered Obadiah Stane, Jeff has been getting villainous in one of the few genres he's never ventured into.
The harsh expressions of censure directed against "Esau" and "Edom" by Jeremiah (49:7-22), Ezekiel (26:12-14), Obadiah (1:1-14), and Malachi (1:2-5), are to be viewed in this context rather than the personal sibling rivalry that is the focus of our discussion.
Proudie, his sleazy overreaching chaplain, Obadiah Slope, and the beautiful, wildly over-the-top Signora Neroni are only some of the memorable and entertaining people whose exploits listeners will follow with glee.
In 1651 the Baptist Obadiah Holmes was given thirty stripes with a three-corded whip after he violated the law and took forbidden communion with another Baptist in Lynn, Massachusetts.
Obadiah Eaves' music and sound effects anchor the mood.
IF YOUfelt a fierce wind blowing down from the Yorkshire TV region last week, don't go fretting about Hurricane Obadiah or the effects of rampant global warming.
Barton treats Obadiah, the shortest book in the Hebrew Bible, as a book of two parts (1-14, 15-21) that probably comes from different hands, though he admits it is difficult to make the case with certainty.
Springdale businesswoman LaDonna Meredith has launched Obadiah, an ecumenical Christian magazine.
As late as 1488, shortly before the expulsion, Obadiah di Bertinoro, passing through Sicily on his way home to Palestine, described in detail the architectural splendors of the Palermo synagogues.