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JORAMJava Open Reliable Asynchronous Messaging
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Betty, 74, from Blackridge, West Lothian, was invited on to ITV show Surprise Surprise to chat with presenter Holly Willoughby about her charity efforts and had no idea she was about to meet Joram for the first time.
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The father Joram Sangaya told him how they tried to get by one meal of porridge and vegetables a day.
Corrupt government had led them astray, as had King Joram his subjects when "he made the inhabitants of Jerusalem to commit fornication and Juda to transgress.
The first short on the DVD, Campfire itself, which Defurne made in 1999, is the story of an exceptionally handsome young boy scout (played by nonprofessional straight actor Joram Schurmans) who sleeps with a school friend on a camping trip, only to be publicly humiliated by the boy the following day.
Scales for assessing teachers' conceptions of learning a nd knowledge were partially based on assessment instruments that were originally created by Perry (1968) and Ryan (1984), and further developed by Lonka, Joram, and Bryson (1995, see also Lonka & Lindblom-Ylanne; 1996).
Guntz outdueled Roosevelt senior right-hander Joram Iboa (8-3) by striking out ten in a complete-game four-hitter.
Joram is based on Das Buch Joram by philosopher-poet Rudolf Borchardt, a Protestant of Jewish descent.
See AUSTIN, supra note 15, at 79; see also JORAM GRAF HABER, FORGIVENESS 100 (1991).
The name of the son of Toi, king of Hamath, is transmitted as Joram in 2 Sam 8:10, but as Hadoram in 1 Chron 18:10.
Stir in wine, oregano/mar joram, flaked salmon and prawns.
The group began to collaborate with Tomarev and Joram Piatigorsky, also of NEI, to study the squid Loligo opalescens, for example.