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How to use bethel in a sentence
For Ellen Hodges, a doctor from Bethel, Alaska, the coronavirus vaccination effort is the most rewarding project in which she has been involved, she said.
Like Fansler and Keppel, she had served on the Bethel City Council and in 2008 became Bethel’s youngest mayor at just 24.
About a third of voters live in Bethel, with the rest spread across 29 surrounding villages.
Upon Fansler’s resignation in early 2018, Alaska Democrats in the Bethel region selected Anderson-Agimuk to become the district party chairman and to begin looking over applications for a replacement.
One of the people in the group was a woman in her late 20s who’d been on one prior date with the Bethel lawmaker.
"I don't ask about the election; I heard all that at the railway station," returned Otway Bethel, impatiently.
And so you took a bribe to conceal one of the foulest crimes that man ever committed, Mr. Otway Bethel!
Otway Bethel came in for a side shaft or two from his lordship; Richard Hare for sympathy.
And the actress was a Christian, godly, if not according to the godliness of Little Bethel.Crying for the Light, Vol. 2 [of 3]|J. Ewing Ritchie
The speaker was Otway Bethel, who was on the opposite side of the street; the spoken to, the gentleman with the jewellery.