possession, or possessed; i.e., "by a husband", the wife of Uzziah, and mother of king Jotham (2 Kings 15:33).
jerusha Hess, longtime screenwriter for her husband, Jared Hess, directs Austenland.
It was a distressing time; and poor jerusha Abbott, being the oldest orphan, had to bear the brunt of it.
jerusha went without comment, but with two parallel lines on her brow.
Miss jerusha drew back a step, and interposed a chair between them in salutary dread of the little vixen's claw-like nails.
This is the first chance I ve ever had to get acquainted with jerusha Abbott.
Miss jerusha unbolted the door, slid back the great bar, opened the upper half, and stood there.
I m still jerusha in the catalogue, but I m Judy every place else.
jerusha and I, in an uncertain hope that we should find out something in due time, were discussing the music.
This is nt jerusha Abbott, the future great author, writing to you.
And Miss jerusha's house-cleaning was something which required to be seen to be appreciated.