Hannah

[1849 shipwreck] The brig Hannah transported emigrants to :Canada during the Irish Famine. She is known for the terrible circumstances of her 1849 shipwreck, in which the captain and two officers left the sinking ship aboard the only lifeboat, leaving passengers and the rest of the crew to fend for themselves. ==Sailing career== Hannah was ...
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Hannah

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Hannah

(from the article `Beverly`) ...just north of Salem. Settled about 1626, it was named for Beverley, England, when incorporated as a town (township) in 1668. It early developed as ...
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Hannah

(11th century ), mother of Samuel, the Jewish judge. Childless as one of the two wives of Elkanah, she prayed for a son, promising to dedicate him ... [3 related articles]
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Hannah

Hannah is a English girl name. The meaning of the name is `favor, grace` Where is it used? The name Hannah is mainly used In English, Jewish, French and In the bible.How do they say it elsewhere? Henye ( In Jewish) Hena ( In Jewish) Henda ( In Jewish) Hajna ( In Hungarian) Anne ( In French, English and In German) Hanna ( In Finnish and In Polis...
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Hannah

[singer] Hannah is an Australian pop singer, song writer and musician whose mother helped buy her into the top 40. Her debut single, `No Relief`, entered the ARIA Singles Chart at #40 after her mother, Denise Reid, encouraged friends and family to buy multiple copies. After this was discovered many sales were removed by ARIA`s chart compile...
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Hannah

[oratorio] Hannah is an oratorio in three acts by Christopher Smart with a score composed by John Worgan. It was first performed in Haymarket theater 3 April 1764. It was supposed to have a second performance, but that performance was postponed and eventually cancelled over a lack of singers. A libretto was published for its run and a libre...
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Hannah

Hannah, in the Bible, Samuel's mother. Her song is recalled in the Magnificat. The names Anna and Ann are variants of Hannah.
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Hannah

[given name] The Hannah spelling of the name was taken up as a given name by the Puritans in the 16th and 17th centuries, and has always been a common Jewish name. Ann, Anne, Anna, and variants derive from Hannah. The Punic name Hannibal derives, it is supposed,{by whom|date=June 2012} from the same root.{citation needed|date=June 2012} Han...
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Hannah

[Hebrew person] The result of the debate was Speedy Delete. kingboyk 05:43, 16 March 2006 (UTC) ===Alvin Luk=== currently no content. Previous edit was nonsense. Zen611 04:53, 16 March 2006 (UTC) ...
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Hannah

[biblical figure] Hannah (from Hebrew חַנָּה, also occasionally transliterated as Channah or Ḥannah; pronounced in English as ə) is the wife of Elkanah mentioned in the Books of Samuel. According to the Hebrew Bible she was the mother of Samuel. The Hebrew word `Hannah` has many meanings and interpretations, with the most common be...
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Hannah

[horse] Hannah (1868–November 1875) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and the second horse to win the English Fillies Triple Crown. == Background == Hannah was bred by the Rothschild family and named for Baron Meyer Rothschild’s only daughter. She was sired by King Tom (champion sire and son of influential broodmare Pocahontas) and 1...
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