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“Bethlehem, otherwise called Ephrata, I heard of God's tabernacle and ark, and had a devout desire of seeking it; and accordingly I found it at Cariathiarim, the city of the woods: where it was till it was removed to Jerusalem.”
“Gloss: This latter half of the prophecy the Jews dropped; and other parts they altered, either through ignorance, (as was said above,) or for perspicuity, that Herod who was a foreigner might better understand the prophecy; thus for "Ephrata," they said, "land of Judah;" and for”
“Jayson Hartman was trying to pass off some shredded shiitake and porcini mushrooms as the psychedelic variety when officers broke up the attempted sale last month, said police in the central Pennsylvania city of Ephrata.”
“McCullar bought his ticket at a supermarket in Ephrata in eastern Washington.”
“That ticket was bought in Post Falls, Idaho, about 125 miles east of Ephrata.”
“He is retiree Jim McCullar of Ephrata, Wash., the Associated Press reports.”
“He bought the winning six-number ticket at a Safeway market in Ephrata, which sits in potato country in eastern Washington.”
“McCullar, 68, and his wife Carolyn, 63, of Ephrata, Wash., claimed half of the $380 million prize, the second largest jackpot in history, with state officials in Olympia.”
“A native of Ephrata, Pa., who grew up in Lancaster, Mr. Winters volunteered for the Army shortly after graduating from Franklin & Marshall College in 1941.”
“One ticket was bought at a Safeway market in Ephrata, Wash., about 130 miles east of Seattle.”
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