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    achsa American Correctional Health Services Association Historical Examples I found in the accents and looks of my achsa new assurances that all which had lately passed was more than a dream. Arthur Mervyn Charles Brockden Brown Carlton and his sister, Mrs. Wentworth, and achsa Fielding, were my most valuable associates beyond my own family. Arthur […]

  • Achsah

    the daughter of Caleb who was promised in marriage to the conqueror of the city of Debir. Josh. 15:16–19; Judges 1:12–15. Historical Examples Achsah was evidently a woman who could look well after her interests. The Expositor’s Bible: The Book of Joshua William Garden Blaikie Achsah, no doubt, had her preference and her hope, though […]

  • Achshaph

    achshaph fascination, a royal city of the Canaanites, in the north of Palestine (Josh. 11:1; 12:20; 19:25). It was in the eastern boundary of the tribe of Asher, and is identified with the modern ruined village of Kesaf or Yasif, N.E. of Accho.

  • Achtung

    . Contemporary Examples German Pavilion: the in-demand but Achtung British-born Liam Gillick. When in Venice: Biennale Dos And Don’ts Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni June 1, 2009 Bono Stands Up During the Achtung Baby tour, Rushdie met Bono after he was invited backstage. 11 Revelations From Salman Rushdie’s Memoir, ‘Joseph Anton’ The Daily Beast September 17, 2012 At […]

  • Achylia

    achylia achylia a·chy·li·a (ā-kī’lē-ə, ə-kī’-) n. Absence of gastric juice or other digestive secretions. Absence of chyle. a·chy’lous adj.

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