The discussion poses an argument: In the book of Ezekiel, God is determined to wipe out a city, which is full of wickedness.
“Judges are more lenient in terms of preparation,” says criminal-defense attorney Ezekiel Perlo.
My father loved to brag about Ezekiel Cheever who arrived on a distinguished small boat in the 1630s.
Another brother, Ezekiel, is a bioethicist at the Harvard Medical School.
At that moment Ezekiel opened the door and stepped into the shed.
Ezekiel had actually never seen Demorest but once in his life.
From the top of the palace you may read if you please the Book of Ezekiel written in stone upon the hillside.
"I hev my convictions," said Ezekiel with affected meekness.
Ezekiel Bassett, the janitor, having extinguished the last lamp, had emerged from the door and was locking up.
But Ezekiel was not the only witness of this strange intrusion.
masc. proper name; in Old Testament, name of a book and of one of the great prophets of Israel, from Late Latin Ezechiel, from Greek Iezekiel, from Hebrew Yehezqel, literally "God strengthens," from hazaq "he was strong, he strengthened" + El "God."