Along with abigail Beckel, in 2006 Rooney founded Rose Metal Press, a company dedicated to publishing hybrid genres.
abigail Haglage rounds up what we know so far about the honorable Charles Ramsey.
Markus Klinko and Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri tell abigail Pesta their tale.
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abigail properly resolved to defer any conversation with Nabal till the morning, when she disclosed the whole affair.
Similarly, she indulged a mettlesome fancy for referring to her hostess as "dear abigail."
The abigail obeyed the orders, and the young Countess of Erpingham was alone.
abigail, to save her husband and his property, hastens to the foot of the hill.
But both he and abigail were unexpectedly interrupted in their project.
fem. proper name, in Old Testament, Abigail the Carmelitess, a wife of David, from Hebrew Abhigayil, literally "my father is rejoicing," from abh "father" + gil "to rejoice." Used in general sense of "lady's maid" (1660s) from character of that name in Beaumont & Fletcher's "The Scornful Lady." The waiting maid association perhaps begins with I Sam. xxv, where David's wife often calls herself a "handmaid." Her male counterpart was Andrew.
father (i.e., "leader") of the dance, or "of joy." (1.) The sister of David, and wife of Jether an Ishmaelite (1 Chr. 2:16,17). She was the mother of Amasa (2 Sam. 17:25). (2.) The wife of the churlish Nabal, who dwelt in the district of Carmel (1 Sam. 25:3). She showed great prudence and delicate management at a critical period of her husband's life. She was "a woman of good understanding, and of a beautiful countenance." After Nabal's death she became the wife of David (1 Sam. 25:14-42), and was his companion in all his future fortunes (1 Sam. 27:3; 30:5; 2 Sam. 2:2). By her David had a son called Chileab (2 Sam. 3:3), elsewhere called Daniel (1 Chr. 3:1).