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- proper noun biblical A
prostituteof Jerichowho helped Israelite spies.
- proper noun rare A female
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Specifically, officials should determine if Rahab is in fact related to the Rahab Engineering Institute owned by the Revolutionary Guard and, if so, if it intends to use Ceresola's equipment to build new underground nuclear sites, instead of metro lines.
But this, at least in the case of Rahab, is no valid reason for rejecting the idea of his authorship; for assuming what is most probable, that this book was composed toward the close of Joshua's long career, or compiled from written documents left by him, Rahab might have been still alive.
As Abraham was an instance of an illustrious man and the father of the Jews, so Rahab is quoted as a woman, and one of abandoned character, and a Gentile, showing that justifying faith has been manifested in those of every class.
By his understanding he smiteth through Rahab; so the word is, and Rahab is often put for
030: 007 For Egypt helps in vain, and to no purpose; therefore have I called her Rahab who sits still.
7: "For Egypt helpeth in vain, and to no purpose: therefore have I called her Rahab that sitteth still."
Not a word about Rahab, Deker thought, but that would be remedied soon enough.
Mercury, to the hideous Rahab, which is the constellation of the
I will give the book back to thee, "and he called Rahab, the Angel of the Sea, and ordered him to recover the book from the sea and restore it to Adam.
: This brave one is the son of Rahab, that is, of the
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