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  • Papa was the name Annas mother always used for her husband.

    Above Suspicion

  • Papa was the name Annas mother always used for her husband.

    Above Suspicion

  • Here were Annas and Caiaphas, ringleaders in this persecution; Annas the president of the sanhedrim, and Caiaphas the high priest (though Annas is here called so) and father of the house of judgment.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation)

  • They took Jesus first to the house of a priest called Annas, and then to the palace of Caiaphas the high priest; and John, who knew somebody in that house, was allowed to come in.

    The Good Shepherd A Life of Christ for Children

  • [25] This Ananias was not the son of Nebedeus, as I take it, but he who was called Annas or Ananus the elder, the ninth in the catalogue, and who had been esteemed high priest for a long time; and, besides

    Antiquities of the Jews

  • Some writers, such as Annas (1993), suppose that Stoic moral philosophy largely floats free of Stoic metaphysics, and especially from Stoic theology.


  • But I can tell one thing for sure - there are now two famous "Annas" in USA - Kournikova and Chapman.

    Examiner California Headlines

  • "Annas" are men and women, old and young, whose primary ministry is fasting and prayer aimed at changing the spiritual atmosphere of a city or nation.

    British Blogs

  • "Annas," said I, "I wish you would tell me what right is.

    Out in the Forty-Five Duncan Keith's Vow

  • Quoted in George J. Annas, “Human Rights Outlaws,” 87 Boston University Law Review 427, 461 n.148 2007.

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution


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