a nut-bearing tree, the almond. (1.) The ancient name of a royal Canaanitish city near the site of Bethel (Gen. 28:19; 35:6), on the border of Benjamin (Josh. 18:13). Here Jacob halted, and had a prophetic vision. (See BETHEL.) (2.) A place in the land of the Hittites, founded (Judg. 1:26) by "a man who came forth out of the city of Luz." It is identified with Luweiziyeh, 4 miles north-west of Banias.
But child farm workers like luz have no powerful lobbyists, and their concerns are not considered politically pressing.
When El Principe leaves the compound one day, luz sees her opportunity.
The contemporary luz James, a military brat, lives with her sergeant mother.
luz gets away and hires Malone to take her over the border, where Thacker and others are waiting to snag her.
luz has finally had enough, and she wants to get back to the U.S. to reunite with her daughter, Isabel.
This luz valley, once part of a miniature republic like the Valley of Ossau, is in the form of a triangle.
So Jacob came to luz (the same is Beth-el), he and all the people that were with him.
When she was stronger, we moved to Argels, a beautiful upland valley, whence excursions are very easy to Cauterets and luz.
Since we are to go to luz, we decide for the Bergonz, and so cancel the Monné.
The vale of luz is certainly the most winning of these retreats.