So Jeremiah Wright probably won't figure directly in this campaign.
One of them, Jeremiah McKay, 35, was pronounced dead at the hospital.
One problem: A poll says he's less popular than Jeremiah Wright.
He was there when he forbade his campaign to raise Reverend Jeremiah Wright as an issue.
These people have been dying to get Jeremiah Wright back in the picture, but I suspect that to most folks he's pretty old news.
Jeremiah refers with especial frequency to the power of the word.
And which is the prettiest way to row, Jeremiah,—up river, or down?
And his mouth was drawn down into Jeremiah lines of woe that are indescribable.
Jeremiah surveyed her bright face with chastened melancholy.
And Jeremiah wrote in a book all the evil that should come upon Babylon, even all these words that are written concerning Babylon.
masc. proper name, Old Testament prophet (see jeremiad) who flourished c.626-586 B.C.E., from Late Latin Jeremias, from Hebrew Yirmeyah, probably literally "may Jehovah exalt," but Klein suggests it also might be short for Yirmeyahu "the Lord casts, the Lord founds," and compares the first element in Jerusalem. The vernacular form in English was Jeremy.