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- Abraham Abraham was an American businessman and the founder of the Brooklyn department store Abraham & Straus, founded 1865. The chain, which became part of Federated Department Stores, is now part of Macy's.
- Abraham Abraham appeared in the 2007 documentary film.
- Abraham Abraham appeared in the 2000 film Requiem for a Dream.
- profession: Actor
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by Bruno Becchio, Johannes P. Schadé
Abraham Abraham and three angels; mosaic Sth century (church of S Maria Maggiore, Rome) Absalom Tomb (burial place) of Absalom, son of David (Jerusalem).
by David L. Jeffrey
ABRAHAM ABRAHAM became Sarah and Abraham. The new names, like the rite of circumcision, manifested the exchange of an old state for a new. God further promised that although Ishmael would beget a "great nation" Sarah's son Isaac ...
by Watson E. Mills, Roger Aubrey Bullard
ABRAHAM ABRAHAM Name. From Gen 1 1:26 through 17:4, the patriarch is known as Abram (Heb 'abram; lxx Abram). The etymology of Abram is by no means certain. It appears to be a typical variant of the west Semitic personal name ...
by W. Rubinstein, Michael A. Jolles
ABRAHAM BEN SOLOMON HAMBURGER see NANZIG, ABRAHAM ABRAHAM OF HAMBURG (REB ABERLE) (d.
ABRAHAM Abraham is one of those names famed throughout Asia Minor and Arabia, like Thoth in Egypt, the first Zoroaster in Persia, Hercules in Greece, Orpheus in Thrace, Odin in the northern countries, and many others, all better known for ...
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Rabbi Abraham Abraham
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