from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A Hebrew prophet of the sixth century B.C.
- n. See Table at Bible.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A male given name
- proper n. A book of the Old Testament and the Hebrew Tanakh.
- proper n. A minor prophet, a son of Samuel, and other Old Testament persons.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an Old Testament book telling Joel's prophecies
- n. a Hebrew minor prophet
JOEL HEFLEY: I thought well, Joel, it's a very big honor that your colleagues would like you to be on there, but it really, really, really puts the pressure on you.
JOEL LARSON: drums A veteran of numerous L.A. bands, Joel was a member of the Grass Roots in 1964-5 when the band had only recorded a few singles.
"Joel -- _Joel_!" she cried, peering into every corner, and looking into the potato bag and behind some boxes that the storekeeper had given the boys to make things out of, and that were kept as great treasures.
“Why do I recognize the name Joel Etheridge?” she asked.
We had a wire from a woman in Simpkinsville, saying she’d seen Keith and that he was using the name Joel Shiloh.
Joel is very known for his pragmatic approach to bug fixing.
Now, “We are disappointed by the First Circuit ` s decision and maintain that Joel is being denied a constitutional right to a public trial in the age of the internet,” say the Harvard student lawyers who, with their professor, Charles Nesson, have been representing Joel.
Restricting our ability to make this judicial process accessible to the digital nation of which Joel is representative irreparably harms our case by encasing it a building that is a fortress and a recording only in text which cannot be immediately accessed and which my client and his digital generation cannot afford.
“Restricting our ability to make this judicial process accessible to the digital nation of which Joel is representative irreparably harms our case by encasing it a building that is a fortress and a recording only in text which cannot be immediately accessed and which my client and his digital generation cannot afford,” says Nesson in an email to chief judge Mark Wolf.
On the goal thing; I try to avoid the term, but the Joel is most definitely a “slacker” a la Lister in “Red Dwarf”, or Rob from “High Fidelity”.
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