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states that the depiction of Zechariah is a kind of portrait of Pope Julius II, Michelangelo's patron; the portrayal of Jeremiah as deep in thought, with one arm on a knee, may have influenced Rodin's sculpture of a thinker.
2 billion in 2013 if customs duties are lowered, Zechariah Mete, chairman of the nation s grocery products exporters association, said.
Aaron Cressley earned the win for Eugene in relief of starter Zechariah Lemond, who went 4 1/3 innings and allowed three runs on five hits.
The programme will be conducted by St Paul's Mar Thoma Parish vicar Reverend Dr T T Zechariah under the auspices of their social service league.
In his 180-page book that's not always an easy read, William Varvel explains that, in the course of his career, Da Vinci had painted "each and every verse" of the final chapter of the Old Testament's book of Zechariah, which anticipates the rise of an ideal society within a New Jerusalem.
He covers the puzzle of Hebrews, excavating the cave of resonance with the history of scriptural interpretation, reading traditions for Numbers 13-14, reading traditions for Zechariah 3, The Joshuas of the Epistle to the Hebrews, and implications for future research.
Elizabeth and Zechariah in the Rome suburb of Prima Porta.
Then we hear the beautiful words of the priest Zechariah at the birth of his son John, that messenger, that advance team.