fawn-like. (1.) The son of Zohar a Hittite, the owner of the field and cave of Machpelah (q.v.), which Abraham bought for 400 shekels of silver (Gen. 23:8-17; 25:9; 49:29, 30). (2.) A mountain range which formed one of the landmarks on the north boundary of the tribe of Judah (Josh. 15:9), probably the range on the west side of the Wady Beit-Hanina.
Streep starred in it, Mike Nichols directed it—he had directed Silkwood, too—and ephron adapted her own book for the 1986 movie.
ephron broke news about the incident on the Huffington Post.
Talese said ephron had finished a new play recently that will be produced in the coming season.
Despite the obstacles, however, ephron excelled, moving from errand girl to bona fide writer at the New York Post and Esquire.
Having appeared in two of ephron's hit films, Hanks is now making his Broadway debut in ephron's final work: Lucky Guy.
Thence, turning to the southwest, his way was through a narrow pass where probably lay the town of ephron.
Abraham's purchase of a burying-ground from ephron the Hittite.
Abraham weighs to ephron the four hundred shekels of silver which he had agreed to pay for the field of Machpelah.
ephron answered Abrah saynge vnto him My lorde/ harken vnto me.
Why was he so anxious to make good his claim to the field and cave of ephron on righteous principles?