Rachel

[n] - (Old Testament) the second wife of Jacob and mother of Joseph and Benjamin
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Rachel

(1821-1858) French tragic actor. She excelled in fierce, passionate roles, notably Phaedra in Racine's tragedy Phèdre, which she took on tour to Europe, the USA, and Russia. ...
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Rachel

In the Old Testament, the favourite wife of Jacob, and mother of Joseph and Benjamin. ...
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Rachel

noun (Old Testament) the second wife of Jacob and mother of Joseph and Benjamin
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Rachel

(from the article `Hebrew literature`) Poetry immediately addressed Palestinian life. Among outstanding writers were Rachel (Rachel Bluwstein), who wrote intensely personal poems; Uri Zevi ...
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Rachel

(from the article `Jacob`) ...blessing of the entire Earth. Jacob named the place where he received his vision Bethel (`House of God`). Arriving at his uncle Laban`s home in ... ...had deprived his brother Esau of his birthright and blessing, he fled from the wrath of Esau and took refuge in the household of his uncle Laban. ....
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Rachel

(from the article `black theatre`) ...(1823). William Wells Brown`s The Escape; or, A Leap for Freedom (1858), was the first black play published, but the first real success of a black ... In the early 1900s Grimké began to write articles and poems to express her concern about racism and the plight of blacks in America. Her play ...
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Rachel

Rachel is a French girl name. The meaning of the name is `Lamb` Where is it used? The name Rachel is mainly used In English, French, German and In the bible.How do they say it elsewhere? Raquel ( In Spanish and In Portuguese) Rakel ( In Scandinavian) Ruchel ( In Jewish) Rachele ( In Italian) Raakel ( In Finnish) Rachyl ( In English (Modern) )Rac...
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Rachel

Rachel is a Hebrew girl name. The meaning of the name is `little lamb, an ewe, one with purity ` Where is it used? The name Rachel is mainly used In English, French, German and In the bible.How do they say it elsewhere? Raquel ( In Spanish and In Portuguese) Rakel ( In Scandinavian) Ruchel ( In Jewish) Rachele ( In Italian) Raakel ( In Finnish) ...
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Rachel

[singer] Rachel, born in Cavaillon, Vaucluse, is a French singer best known in Europe for representing France in the Eurovision Song Contest 1964. == Biography == She entered a singing competition organised by Mireille Hartuch who had invited Rachel to her `Petit Conservatoire`. She went on to sign a contract with the Barclay Records label,...
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Rachel

Rachel ({Hebrew Name|רָחֵל|Rakhél|Rāḥēl}, راحیل, Rāḥīl) was the favorite of Biblical patriarch Jacob`s two wives as well as the mother of Joseph and Benjamin who helped father the twelve tribes of Israel (along with their brothers). The name `Rachel` is from an unused root meaning: `to journey as a ewe that is a good travell...
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Rachel

Rachel is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Rachel

Rachel (rā'chul) , in the Bible, wife of Jacob and mother of Joseph and Benjamin. She is one of the four Jewish matriarchs. An alternate form is Rahel.
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Rachel

Rachel, pseud. of Rachel Bluwstein, 1890–1931, Russian poet who wrote in Hebrew. She moved to Palestine in 1909 where she worked as a laborer. Her verse is simple and relates to the experience of Jewish settlement in Palestine and to the countryside itself.
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Rachel

Rachel (räshel') , stage name of Élisa Félix (ālē'zä fālēks') , 1821–58, French actress, b. Switzerland. Exploited by her father in her childhood, she sang in the streets with her sister Sarah. In Paris, showing great promise at the Th&...
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Rachel

[given name] Rachel (רָחֵל, Standard Raḥel Tiberian Rāḫēl, Rāḥēl), راحیل, Rāḥīl); also spelled Rachael, from an unused root meaning: `to journey as a ewe that is a good traveller`. is a feminine given name. The name ranks in the top hundred most popular names for girls in the United States, Canada, England and Wales,...
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Rachel

[sandwich] Non-cognitivism is the meta-ethical view that ethical statements (such as `Killing is wrong`) do not assert propositions; that is to say, they do not express factual claims or beliefs and therefore are neither true nor false (they are not truth-apt). This distinguishes it from moral realism, which holds that ethical statements ar...
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Rachel

[disambiguation] Rachel is the second wife of Jacob in the Old Testament. The name Rachel may also refer to: ==Geography== ==People and fictional characters== ==Media and entertainment== ===Films=== ===Literature=== ===Music=== ==Other uses== ...
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Rachel

[sculpture] The Rachel is a sculpture by Michelangelo of the Old Testament figure Rachel. Like the Leah, it was part of the final, 1542-45 design for the tomb of Pope Julius II in San Pietro in Vincoli, on which it still remains. ==Bibliography== ...
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Rachel

[Ninja Gaiden] ==Appearances== In 2004`s Ninja Gaiden, Rachel is a fiend hunter whom the protagonist Ryu Hayabusa meets in the Holy Vigoor Empire, where she is on a mission to destroy the fiends, as well as find her missing sister, Alma, who has become a Greater Fiend. Soon after they first meet, she is captured but soon saved by Ryu. After...
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Rachel

[Roos-Hertz] Rachel Harel (April 13, 1923, Rotterdam, the Netherlands – November 16, 1989, Herzelia, Israel), was a member of the Dutch Resistance against the Nazis during World War II, and was awarded the American Medal of Freedom and the British King`s Medal for Courage in the Cause of Freedom. ==Biography== Rachel (Didi) (Roos-Hertz) H...
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Rachel

[Gerber] Rachel, also known as Market Foundation Piggy Bank, Rachel the Pig or Rachel the Piggy Bank, is an outdoor bronze sculpture of a piggy bank, designed by Georgia Gerber and located at Pike Place Market in Seattle, Washington, in the United States. It was dedicated on August 17, 1986 and is maintained by the Pike Place Market Foundat...
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