Margot Kiser reports from Nairobi on the successful ransom of British citizen Judith Tebbutt.
Commit an open-mic gaffe that shows he really is human, advises Judith Grey.
Judith Grey on how she blew an opportunity to humanize her husband by talking about her struggle with MS.
Remember how she cried when she held baby Judith for the first time?
Dickinson scholar Judith Farr funneled her knowledge into an epistolary novel, I Never Came to You in White.
"Well, Jake's earned his keep to-day, then," declared Judith.
Judith bent to the great oars again and toiled out into the bay.
Judith's eyes filled with tears and she threw her arms about his neck.
Suddenly Judith caught her breath in an inarticulate little cry.
To my great surprise Judith brought her answer in person this evening.
Jewess, the daughter of Beeri the Hittite, and one of Esau's wives (Gen. 26:34), elsewhere called Aholibamah (36:2-14).