spy, the daughter of Haran and sister of Milcah and Lot (Gen. 11:29, 31).
He listened in a sort of indifferent attention to the tempestuous breathing of iscah Nicholas.
The tormented trees had the sound of iscah Nicholas sobbing.
A thousand men could not find iscah Nicholas in the confused darkness without.
At the mention of iscah Nicholas a slight shiver passed over her.
This iscah is supposed to be the same as Sarah, Abraham's wife.
He rose hurriedly to his feet—he had deserted Millie; left her, in all her anguish, with her dead parent and iscah Nicholas.
iscah Nicholas, though his strength was beyond question, was heavy and slow.
If he had brought a pistol from the ketch he would have shot iscah Nicholas without hesitation.
It was difficult to remain detached, give no assistance, while Halvard encountered iscah Nicholas.