She cannot withdraw charges, like the alleged victim of New York State Senator Hiram Monserrate.
And then Hiram Fong and [S.I] Hayakawa, representing Hawaii and California.
Two factors made Hiram Revels especially interesting to the Washington establishment.
"You will hear about it presently, lads," Hiram Powlett said.
That's why old Hiram is ready to fight the first comer on the slightest provocation.
This latter assertion is clearly verified by the correspondence between Solomon and Hiram.
His coming seemed to have taken away all of Hiram's appetite.
Hiram put up his nose and drew in a long breath of prophetic satisfaction.
Hiram said not a word, but he sat looking at the other in stolid silence.
He and Hiram are brothers, and both of 'em are nephews of Squire Lemington.
masc. proper name, from Phoenician/Hebrew Hiram, perhaps short for Ahiram, literally "brother of the lofty."
high-born. (1.) Generally "Huram," one of the sons of Bela (1 Chr. 8:5). (2.) Also "Huram" and "Horam," king of Tyre. He entered into an alliance with David, and assisted him in building his palace by sending him able workmen, and also cedar-trees and fir-trees from Lebanon (2 Sam. 5:11; 1 Chr. 14:1). After the death of David he entered into a similar alliance with Solomon, and assisted him greatly in building the temple (1 Kings 5:1; 9:11; 2 Chr. 2:3). He also took part in Solomon's traffic to the Eastern Seas (1 Kings 9:27; 10:11; 2 Chr. 8:18; 9:10). (3.) The "master workman" whom Hiram sent to Solomon. He was the son of a widow of Dan, and of a Tyrian father. In 2 Chr. 2:13 "Huram my father" should be Huram Abi, the word "Abi" (rendered here "my father") being regarded as a proper name, or it may perhaps be a title of distinction given to Huram, and equivalent to "master." (Comp. 1 Kings 7:14; 2 Chr. 4:16.) He cast the magnificent brazen works for Solomon's temple in clay-beds in the valley of Jordan, between Succoth and Zarthan.