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681 example sentences with  naomi

681 example sentences with naomi

* * * * * I fancy that of late the cinema has somewhat departed from its life-long preoccupation with the cow-boy, otherwise, I should have little hesitation in predicting a great future on the film for Naomi of the Mountains (CASSELL).

It is concerned with the wooing, by two contrasted suitors, of Naomi, herself more or less a child of nature, who dwelt in the back-of-beyond with her old, fanatic and extremely unpleasant father.

I will not give you in detail the varied course of Naomi's romance, which ends in a perfect orgy of battle, with sheriffs and shooting, redskins and revolversin short, all the effects that Mr. HAWTREY not long ago so successfully illustrated on the stage.

To sum up, I should describe Naomi of the Mountains as melodrama with a differencethe difference residing in its clever character-drawing and some touches of genuine emotion which lift it above the ordinary.

The story of Ruth and Naomi is one of the sweetest and most touching of all the Bible stories.

A long time ago, in the days of the judges of Israel, there was a famine in the land of Canaan, and a man named Elimelech, whose home was in Bethlehem, went with his wife Naomi and his two sons to live in Moab.

Then, by and by, the sons married, and their wives were very good to Naomi, and loved her.

But it was only ten years before both of the sons died, and Naomi thought it was best for her to go back to her old home in Canaan; for she had been told that there was plenty in the land once more, and she wanted to see her own people and the relatives of her husband who was dead.

So Naomi told her daughters-in-law to return to their own homes, because she could not expect them to be willing to leave everything for her sake.

Naomi, however, thought they would be unhappy if they left their own country, and she urged them to stay there and let her go alone; so one of them kissed her over and over again and promised to do as she bade; but the other, who was named Ruth, would not leave her.

Then Naomi stopped urging her to return, and they went together to Bethlehem, where the friends of Naomi were very glad to welcome her and greeted her in a very friendly manner, saying again and again, "Is this Naomi?"

Then Naomi stopped urging her to return, and they went together to Bethlehem, where the friends of Naomi were very glad to welcome her and greeted her in a very friendly manner, saying again and again, "Is this Naomi?"

Then Naomi stopped urging her to return, and they went together to Bethlehem, where the friends of Naomi were very glad to welcome her and greeted her in a very friendly manner, saying again and again, "Is this Naomi?"

But she answered: "Call me not Naomi, but call me Mara, for the Almighty hath dealt very bitterly with me."

She said this because Naomi means "pleasant" and Mara means "bitter," and the sorrowing widow felt that her life was a bitter rather than a pleasant one, since she had been bereaved of her husband and sons.

There lived in Bethlehem a man named Boaz, who was a relative of Naomi's husband, and who was also very wealthy.

Ruth wished to do something to help support herself and her mother-in-law, so she begged Naomi to let her go into the fields and glean after the reapersthat is, to gather up the barley that was left after they had made up the sheavesand Naomi told her that she might go.

Ruth wished to do something to help support herself and her mother-in-law, so she begged Naomi to let her go into the fields and glean after the reapersthat is, to gather up the barley that was left after they had made up the sheavesand Naomi told her that she might go.

When Ruth wondered at his kindness and asked him why he was so good to a stranger, he told her that he had heard of her love for Naomi and her unselfish devotion, and he said: "The Lord reward thee, and a full recompense be given thee of the Lord God of Israel, under whose wings thou art come to trust."

Naomi asked Ruth where she had gleaned, and when she had heard the whole story, she told her that Boaz was a near relative and that it was well for her to stay in his fields, as he had given her permission to do, until the end of the harvest.

Then one night when Boaz was to have a winnowing of barley, Naomi told Ruth to make herself ready, putting on her best clothing, and to go to the winnowing and the feast and to ask Boaz what she should do.

Ruth did as Naomi had told her to do.

She carried this to the city and gave it to her mother-in-law, telling her what Boaz had said, and Naomi was comforted; for she knew that Boaz would advise them wisely.

After this Boaz went to the city and consulted with the chief men and those that were interested in the welfare of Naomi and Ruth, and when he found that it would be wronging no one, he told the people that he was going to take Ruth for his wife, and the people said, "We are witnesses."

So Boaz married Ruth; but in her new position as the wife of a very wealthy and influential man, this noble woman did not forget her love for Naomi, whom she still tenderly cared for.

When a little son came to bless the union, Naomi rejoiced, for she felt almost as though it was her own little son, and she named him Obed and delighted in taking care of him.

SEE Locke, William J. MITCHISON, NAOMI.

R112476, 25May53, Naomi Mitchison (A) MOEHLMAN, CONRAD HENRY.

R106940, 6Feb53, Lillian Elizabeth Roy (A) ROYDE-SMITH, NAOMI G. The tortoise shell cat, a novel.

SEE Mulholland, John. SMITH, NAOMI G. ROYDE- SEE Royde-Smith, Naomi G. <pb id='136.png' n='1953h1/A/0348' /> SMITH, NORA ARCHIBALD.

SEE Mulholland, John. SMITH, NAOMI G. ROYDE- SEE Royde-Smith, Naomi G. <pb id='136.png' n='1953h1/A/0348' /> SMITH, NORA ARCHIBALD.

SEE Milton, Naomi.

SEE ALSO Royde-Smith, Naomi.

MILTON, NAOMI.

SEE Royde-Smith, Naomi.

MITCHISON, NAOMI.

Naomi Mitchison (A); 9Nov55; R159539.

ROYDE-SMITH, NAOMI.

Naomi Milton (Mrs. Ernest Milton) (A); 4Aug55; R154024.

ROYDE-SMITH, NAOMI GWLADYS.

SEE Royde-Smith, Naomi.

SMITH, NAOMI ROYDE- SEE Royde-Smith, Naomi.

SMITH, NAOMI ROYDE- SEE Royde-Smith, Naomi.

SEE Wood, Charles G. SMITH, NAOMI ROYDE.

SEE Royde-Smith, Naomi.

MILTON, NAOMI ROYDE-SMITH.

By Naomi Royde-Smith.

Naomi Royde-Smith Milton (A); 19Apr61; R274879.

ROYDE-SMITH, NAOMI.

SEE Milton, Naomi Royde-Smith.

WALFORD, NAOMI.

by Naomi Averill.

by Naomi Averill.

Illustrated by Naomi Averill.

by Naomi Averill.

by Naomi Averill.

by Naomi Averill.

by Naomi Averill.

RICHES, NAOMI.

Naomi Riches (A); 14Jan65; R353559.

SEE Groves, Naomi Jackson.

GROVES, NAOMI JACKSON.

Goethe's drawings, by Naomi Jackson. (Germanic Museum bulletin, v.1, no. 7-8) ยฉ 16Dec38; AA288100.

Naomi Jackson (Mrs. James Groves) (A); 25Jan66; R378563.

Margaret Weymouth Jackson (A); 19Apr66; R385595. JACKSON, NAOMI.

SEE Groves, Naomi Jackson.

JACOB, NAOMI.

Arthur Geoffrey Lionel Atkinson (E); 2Mar66; R381463. JACOB, NAOMI, ESTATE OF. Straws in amber.

SEE Jacob, Naomi.

JACOB, NAOMI.

A novel by Mika Waltari, translator: Naomi Walford, G. P. Putnam's Sons, employer for hire.

SEE Milton, Naomi Gwladys Royde-Smith.

MILTON, NAOMI GWLADYS ROYDE-SMITH.

The island, by Naomi Royde-Smith.

Naomi Royde-Smith Milton (A); 14Jan58; R206806.

SEE Smith, Naomi Royde.

SMITH, NAOMI ROYDE.

SEE Jacob, Naomi.

SEE Vilas, Naomi R. VILAS, NAOMI R. The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art; a guide to the collection, by Naomi R. Vilas & Curtis N. Vilas.

SEE Vilas, Naomi R. VILAS, NAOMI R. The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art; a guide to the collection, by Naomi R. Vilas & Curtis N. Vilas.

SEE Vilas, Naomi R. VILAS, NAOMI R. The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art; a guide to the collection, by Naomi R. Vilas & Curtis N. Vilas.

Naomi R. Vilas & Curtis N. Vilas (A); 4Feb69; R455159.

SEE Bond, Otto F. BABSON, NAOMI LAME.

SEE Grieder, Naomi Lane Babson.

Naomi S. Gotshalk (W); 11Nov74; R590156.

A novel by Mika Waltari, translator: Naomi Walford, G. P. Putnam's Sons, employer for hire.

It was Naomi they sang, he thought,an old-fashioned Methodist air that Floy had caught from the negroes, and used to sing to him sometimes.

By the way, WWE cuts out a lot of their YouTube videos and for them to put the Seth Rollins puking stars up first instead of leading right in with Naomi talking is everything you need to know.

Dr. Naomi Nickerson is Director of Quantum Architecture at in Palo Alto, California, and unconnected to the research.

Drop toehold, blinding her by wrapping her skirt around her face but Naomi gets out and kicks her in the face!

A grim-faced and teary-eyed Naomi is seen holding her fiancรฉ's body, and while it's hard to tell while in motion, the still clearly shows him lifeless.

Going back to massive story-driven franchises with and Jennifer Hale's performance as Naomi Hunter throughout various different entries in the franchise.

In the category of Motion Pictures: Josh Brolin, Don Cheadle, Morris Chestnut, Benedict Cumberbatch, Zac Efron, Giancarlo Giannini, Shia LaBeouf, Jimmy Smits, Naomi Watts and a double star for Ali MacGraw and Ryan Oโ€™Neal.

Iโ€™ve never been a big fan of Naomi, but I want her to win me over.

Luxury shoe designer Luis Onofre, whose creations have been worn by celebrities including Naomi Watts and Paris Hilton, said many of his clients cancelled their orders when the pandemic hit.

Explore Jilleen ST's board "Ruth and Naomi", followed by 226 people on Pinterest.

In Naomiโ€™s matrilineal ancestry, the Cree women have long favoured flower designs for their beadwork patterns.

โ€œIn one of my first spring classes, there was a student from South Africa, a student from North Africa, a student from Palestine, a student from Latin America and our Professor was from Bangladesh,โ€ reflected 4th year Honours student Naomi Happychuk.

It was a good movie, Naomi Watts is one of my favourite actors.

I went out full, and the LORD hath brought me home again empty: why then call ye me Naomi, seeing the LORD hath testified against me, and the Almighty hath afflicted me?"