Back home, he decides to take Stark Industries in a new and more peaceful direction, much to the annoyance of top exec Obadiah
As the dazzlingly monikered Obadiah
Stane, Jeff has been getting villainous in one of the few genres he's never ventured into.
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.
It appears that Ahab recognized value in God-fearing people, and kept Obadiah
as a counterbalance to Jezebel (cf.
I remembered how, when I was a teenager in Montreal, our local observatory had a piggy bank named Obadiah
, and that every few months the club's newsletter would announce how "Obadiah
, the Observatory Pig, went shopping.
Reverend Bush was the cousin of Obadiah
Bush, who was the great-great-great-grandfather of the current president.
That's how the test of the 11 students from Obadiah
Knight Elementary School also felt about the annual field trip to Houston.
Set on Nantucket Island, Brinton Turkle's Obadiah
series of Four short picture books dramatizes sibling relationships and sexist roles in a Quaker Family or seven.
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.
Eaves' music and sound effects anchor the mood.
It states, among other things: "Two independent genealogies show Reverend Bush was the cousin of Obadiah
Bush, who was the great-great-great grandfather of the current president.
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.
In considering the case of Obadiah
Knuckles-Bias/Bass ancestry, which follows, we can observe a specific link between the contemporary Monacan Indian Nation and Fort Christanna, yet this story holds an ironic twist, as the evidence supports a Nansemond heritage, in part, for Obadiah
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.