"They scarcely do justice to your eminent reputation," replied Manasseh candidly.
My aunt is gone to the prayer meeting at Pastor Tappau's, and Manasseh is away.'
Consider, for example, the way Manasseh thought that the Divine ought to be worshiped.
Manasseh stood by her, perfectly, rigidly still; he also was in his Sunday clothes.
With that he called one of the torch-bearers and held to the flame the paper he had received from Manasseh.
So they are; and so Manasseh is a great people in the American nation.
Of the two sons of Joseph, Manasseh is the elder, Ephraim the younger.
Ephraim and half Manasseh were thrown on the southern coast.
They stepped out, and Manasseh's second face, that of Kedar, peered from the curtains of the shugduf.
Manasseh, Hezekiah's successor, pursued the opposite policy.