I want him to marry Rachel because it would be insanely romanticals, but I want him to marry me because it would be AweSome.
Their campaign to free her is fittingly being waged where it all began: online, on a Facebook page called “Free Rachel Wade.”
Rachel Maddow has a nightly platform to push her far-left agenda.
But Rachel, 19, was ready for her—she was toting a razor-sharp steak knife.
The next summer, Johns had a “fling” with Rachel Rosenthal, reborn as a performance artist and now living in LA.
Madame Rachel, as she called herself, had no pretensions to good looks.
"Lady Rachel committed suicide," said Jessop, raising a haggard face.
Rachel followed her, and they walked in silence down the avenue.
"I hardly think that can be said of Rachel," said Lady Gore.
Rachel advanced a step nearer, and looked at me very strangely.
fem. proper name, biblical daughter of Laban and wife of Jacob, from Late Latin, from Greek Rhakhel, from Hebrew Rahel, literally "ewe" (cf. Arabic rahil, Aramaic rahla, Akkadian lahru, a metathesized form).
ewe, "the daughter", "the somewhat petulant, peevish, and self-willed though beautiful younger daughter" of Laban, and one of Jacob's wives (Gen. 29:6, 28). He served Laban fourteen years for her, so deep was Jacob's affection for her. She was the mother of Joseph (Gen. 30:22-24). Afterwards, on Jacob's departure from Mesopotamia, she took with her her father's teraphim (31:34, 35). As they journeyed on from Bethel, Rachel died in giving birth to Benjamin (35:18, 19), and was buried "in the way to Ephrath, which is Bethlehem. And Jacob set a pillar upon her grave". Her sepulchre is still regarded with great veneration by the Jews. Its traditional site is about half a mile from Jerusalem. This name is used poetically by Jeremiah (31:15-17) to denote God's people mourning under their calamities. This passage is also quoted by Matthew as fulfilled in the lamentation at Bethlehem on account of the slaughter of the infants there at the command of Herod (Matt. 2:17, 18).