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shemuel

shemuel in the Bible

heard of God. (1.) The son of Ammihud. He represented Simeon in the division of the land (Num. 34:20). (2.) Used for "Samuel" (1 Chr. 6:33, R.V.). (3.) A prince of the tribe of Issachar (1 Chr. 7:2).

Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary
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  • Something touched my hand; shemuel came cowering to my side.

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  • shemuel hastily scrambled into the chaise, stuffing the wig into his pocket.

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  • He and the Weasel were to ride as post-boys, with shemuel and I in front.

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  • shemuel, find a good horse for Mr. Foxcroft, and another for Jack Mount.

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  • I thanked him uncertainly and returned shemuel's low obeisance with an unforgiving nod.

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  • From the blotched face and false smile of Greathouse to the filthy company of shemuel was no advantage.

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  • Once when shemuel was crossing a river in a ferryboat, a man lent a sustaining hand to prevent him from falling.

  • Mount halted the horses; shemuel struck flint to tinder, and came around to light the coach-lamps.

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  • And he flung the wig at Renard, who caught it and tossed it into the chaise for shemuel.

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  • shemuel scurried back into the mews; Foxcroft followed, and in a moment his portly figure was lost to sight in the dusky alley.

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