GOLIATH


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GOLIATHGiant On-Line Instrument for the Acquisition and Total Handling of Data
GOLIATHGeospatial On-Line Information Archival and Teleprocessing Hub (Loafer Creek LLC)
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She listened to every word about the victory of Moses over Amalek, of Gideon over Midian, and of David over Goliath, and about the destruction of "Thy Jerusalem," and she prayed to God with the tenderness and emotion with which her heart was overflowing, but without fully understanding what she was asking of God in that prayer.
And in the Odyssey--that's a beautiful poem--there's a more wonderful giant than Goliath,--Polypheme, who had only one eye in the middle of his forehead; and Ulysses, a little fellow, but very wise and cunning, got a red-hot pine-tree and stuck it into this one eye, and made him roar like a thousand bulls.
I glanced from this Goliath to his little, bird-eyed spouse, and wondered if he had ever tried to mean business with her.
Goliath, on several occasions, had challenged the Israelites to produce a man who would confront him in battle, but the challenge was also an affront against God, who responded by bringing out David, a youth, instead of a man, to challenge Goliath.
He also put his name to a special brand of boots made by Goliath.
Now, after all those years of total protection, the goliath has made an astounding comeback.
Younger children will join Bear on his emotional journey as he waits for his friend, and there is genuine surprise and delight in store when Goliath eventually arrives.
The familiar story of David and Goliath gets a fresh perspective.
Kilmarnock-born Sherry joked: "We've got Goliath and all we need now is a David.
I blended in with the rest of the chorus, my soft girl-soprano bleating a defiant taunt to Goliath as I shook my right fist: "We warn you, Giiii-ant
In the legendary story of David and Goliath, David donned a coat of mail and a brass helmet and girded himself with a sword to wage a conventional battle against Goliath.
By taking the David and Goliath story and reversing its narrative point of view, Gauld acquires a rich tapestry to draw from and upon without having to burn countless panels establishing place and character.