[joh-ash] /ˈdʒoʊ æʃ/
a king of Judah, reigned 837?–800? b.c., successor of Athaliah. II Kings 13:10–13.
whom Jehovah bestowed. (1.) A contracted form of Jehoash, the father of Gideon (Judg. 6:11, 29; 8:13, 29, 32). (2.) One of the Benjamite archers who joined David at Ziklag (1 Chr. 12:3). (3.) One of King Ahab’s sons (1 Kings 22:26). (4.) King of Judah (2 Kings 11:2; 12:19, 20). (See JEHOASH ØT0002005 .) (5.) King of Israel (2 Kings 13:9, 12, 13, 25). (See JEHOASH ØT0002005 .) (6.) 1 Chr. 7:8. (7.) One who had charge of the royal stores of oil under David and Solomon (1 Chr. 27:28).
[job] /dʒɒb/ noun 1. a piece of work, especially a specific task done as part of the routine of one’s occupation or for an agreed price: She gave him the job of mowing the lawn. 2. a post of employment; full-time or part-time position: She was seeking a job as an editor. 3. anything a […]
dweller in the desert. (1.) One of the sons of Joktan, and founder of an Arabian tribe (Gen. 10:29). (2.) King of Edom, succeeded Bela (Gen. 36:33, 34). (3.) A Canaanitish king (Josh. 11:1) who joined the confederacy against Joshua.
noun 1. any means, as a work slowdown, of organized protest or pressure by employees to win some goal or gain from their employers.
noun 1. a detailed study of the requirements necessary to complete a job, taking into consideration chiefly the order of operation, material and machinery needed, and the necessary qualifications of workers. noun 1. the analysis of the contents of a job in order to provide a job description for such purposes as fitting the job […]