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    Etymology. The Bible offers two explanations of the name Yosef: first, it is compared to the word asaf from the root /'sp/, "taken away": "And she conceived, and bore a son; and said, God hath taken away my reproach"; Yosef is then identified with the similar root /ysp/, meaning "add": "And she called his name Joseph; and said, The LORD shall add to me another son."

  2. Wilson nyilatkozatai. Thomas Woodrow Wilson véleménye gyökeresen megváltozott a háború során. Január 9.: A béke harcosa vagyok! Január 31.: Amerika küldetése a béke küldetése. Január 31.: A mi kormányunk a nép kormánya, és a nép nem akar háborút. Február 26.: Amerikának nem szabad beavatkoznia a háborúba.

  3. Thomas Woodrow Wilson Nascimento 28 de dezembro de 1856 Staunton, Virgínia, Estados Unidos: Morte 3 de fevereiro de 1924 (67 anos) Washington, D.C., Estados Unidos Progenitores Mãe: Jessie Janet Pai: Joseph Ruggles Wilson Alma mater: Universidade de Princeton Universidade Johns Hopkins: Prêmio(s) Nobel da Paz (1919) Esposas Ellen Axson (1885 ...

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    WEST, DUSTIN JOSEPH (W/ MALE / DOB: 5/14/1994 ) Status: In Jail Booking No ...

  5. › wiki › Edith_WilsonEdith Wilson - Wikipedia

    Edith Wilson (née Bolling, formerly Edith Bolling Galt; October 15, 1872 – December 28, 1961) was the first lady of the United States from 1915 to 1921 and the second wife of President Woodrow Wilson.

  6. As an adult, Wilson would later remark “the only place in the world where nothing has to be explained to me is the South.” Although Wilson's father, the Reverend Joseph Ruggles Wilson, had been reared in Ohio before moving to Virginia in 1849, he became “unreconstructedly Southern” in values and politics after moving to the South.