Origin of Elisha
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As Perlin points out, next to Foote’s signature on the Declaration of Sentiments you would have seen her husband Elisha’s signature.
Elisha read his own research paper whereas Eunice’s was introduced and read by Henry.
The Prophet Elisha, who allegedly built the synagogue, was said to have anointed King Hazael on its steps, now gone.Exclusive Photos: Syria’s Oldest Synagogue, Destroyed by Assad|Josh Rogin|May 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I suppose it was a pretty tame affair after they found out their Elisha wasn't coming after all?Danny's Own Story|Don Marquis
It also is the invention of Prof. Elisha Gray, who seems to be as well the author of the name of his extraordinary achievement.Steam Steel and Electricity|James W. Steele
The inspired narrator notices, in the first place, the warmth of her hospitality, and its unabating continuance to Elisha.
The intention certainly was to accommodate Elisha in a manner expressive of reverence and esteem.
The little chamber built by the Shunammite for Elisha was probably of this description.