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- proper noun A transliteration of the Greek male given name
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Suntem mai mult morale decât proorocii Vechiului Testament, care spune povestea lui Avraam se pregătesc să sacrifice fiul, pe Isaac, pentru Dumnezeu, atunci cand Dumnezeu ramane mâna.
Avraam of Suzdal, however, was not a partizan of the union; and leaving Isidor, returned alone to Russia.
This prelate on 8 Sept., 1437, with Avraam, Bishop of Suzdal, and many clergymen and laymen, went to the Council of Florence, where he ardently defended the union; and by a Brief of 17 Aug.,
Cyprus 1 (Avraam 45+1) Denmark 4 (Jacobsen 7, Rommedahl 11, 22, Krohn-Dehli 20)
But it would have been 2-0 with 28 minutes gone had defender Avraam Papadopoulos not got in
Avraam said companies "can find solace" in the fact the Supreme Court decided the case based on Quebec law and was unwilling to make it a Charter of Rights issue.
Greece - Luxembourg 2-1 Avraam Papadopoulos GOAL!!!