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  • Since then, the pub has sent at least one bus of Wings fans like Dave Obad to San Jose for each regular-season Sharks-Wings game.

    Fans of Hockey Rivals Face Off on a Bus Trip

  • He started going more than 10 years ago, largely because Mr. Obad, like Ms. McCarthy, is a "monstrous Wings fan."

    Fans of Hockey Rivals Face Off on a Bus Trip

  • But Wings fan and Michigan native Scott Obad, who is Dave Obad's cousin, said he was dismayed by the number of San Jose fans.

    Fans of Hockey Rivals Face Off on a Bus Trip

  • -- There is a twofold quarrel that God hath with that generation of men; their rejoicing at Zion's distress, and desiring its increase, Ps.cxxxvii. 7; and their endeavour to destroy the residue, when at any time straitened, Obad.

    The Sermons of John Owen

  • Another Sanaa preacher, Imam Abdel Raqib Obad, urged people to join the protests and criticized the security for "battling" the youth.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • One was shot as he sat in a green tent with a neighbor from Khowlan, Obad Dahamash, and about 20 other men.

    NYT > Global Home

  • Another Sanaa preacher, Imam Abdel Raqib Obad, urged people to join the protests and criticized security forces for "battling" youths.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • Adnan might overtake us, and on our arrival we divided the spoil, and your mother fell to the lot of your master Obad; and as soon as her pregnancy became evident, he questioned her about her situation, and who was her husband.

    Antar :

  • He is my lord Obad, son of Temeem, with whom I was brought up an orphan till I attained this high station.

    Antar :

  • I was brought up as a poor fatherless orphan by the charity of my master Obad, son of Temeem.

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