Zachariah was a high-dollar fundraiser for George W. Bush and was cleared last year of federal insider-trading charges.
When Zachariah came to himself he was in a large, long, whitewashed room, with twenty beds or more in it.
This scene, the second of the act, takes place in Zachariah's tent.
Zachariah, do you mean to call unconverted infidels your friends?
He who toucheth you,” says the prophet Zachariah, “toucheth the apple of His eye.
Verily, uncle Zachariah, in such a case as this, the end sanctifies the means.
With the public, Mr. Zachariah Blemish had never been so popular as he was now.
Zachariah Coleman, working man, printer, was in April 1814 about thirty years old.
Zachariah thanked him as well as he could for defending him.
Zachariah was never suddenly equal to any occasion which made any great demands upon him.
masc. proper name, Late Latin Zacharias, from Greek Zakharias, from Hebrew Zekharyahu, literally "the Lord has remembered," from zakhar "he remembered."