The author of Hit to Kill: The New Battle Over Shielding America From Missile Attack , he lives in Bethesda, Maryland.
The first trial will be conducted in 20 healthy, uninfected volunteers at the NIH in Bethesda, Maryland.
These would look at home in any $1.1 million Bethesda house.
The D.C. suburb of Bethesda and Trenton-Ewing, a suburb of both New York and Philadelphia, also number among the top 10.
You would think that the Pentagon brass would be expediting the full opening of a new brain trauma facility in Bethesda, Maryland.
At this time his intended college at Bethesda occupied much of his attention.
Wait until my father has taken thee to the Pool of Bethesda!
Under this strict regime, as was to be expected, there was not a little restlessness at Bethesda, as the chapel was called.
I would have it like the porch—not of Bethesda, but of heaven itself.
On returning to Bethesda, his heart seems to have been full of the orphan-house and the college.
1857, name of a pool in Jerusalem (John v:2), from Greek Bethesda, from Aramaic beth hesda "house of mercy," or perhaps "place of flowing water." Popular as a name for religious meeting houses among some Protestant denominations.
house of mercy, a reservoir (Gr. kolumbethra, "a swimming bath") with five porches, close to the sheep-gate or market (Neh. 3:1; John 5:2). Eusebius the historian (A.D. 330) calls it "the sheep-pool." It is also called "Bethsaida" and "Beth-zatha" (John 5:2, R.V. marg.). Under these "porches" or colonnades were usually a large number of infirm people waiting for the "troubling of the water." It is usually identified with the modern so-called Fountain of the Virgin, in the valley of the Kidron, and not far from the Pool of Siloam (q.v.); and also with the Birket Israel, a pool near the mouth of the valley which runs into the Kidron south of "St. Stephen's Gate." Others again identify it with the twin pools called the "Souterrains," under the convent of the Sisters of Zion, situated in what must have been the rock-hewn ditch between Bezetha and the fortress of Antonia. But quite recently Schick has discovered a large tank, as sketched here, situated about 100 feet north-west of St. Anne's Church, which is, as he contends, very probably the Pool of Bethesda. No certainty as to its identification, however, has as yet been arrived at. (See FOUNTAIN ØT0001378; GIHON.)