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La·ban
[ley-buhn]
NOUN
1.
the father of Leah and Rachel and the father-in-law of Jacob. Gen. 24:29; 29:16–30.
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Laban (Bible) - Wikipedia

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Laban is the son of Bethuel and the brother of Rebecca as described in the Book of Genesis. As such he is brother-in-law to Isaac and both father-in-law and ...

Who was Laban in the Bible? - Got Questions?

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Laban was involved in the decision to allow his sister to travel to a foreign land and marry a man she had never met (Genesis 24:50, 55). Laban may have been  ...

Topical Bible: Laban - Bible Hub

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Laban. A rich herdsman of Mesopotamia, son of Bethuel, and grandson of Mahor, Abraham's brother, Genesis 24:28-31. His character is shown in the gladness ...

Laban - Jewish History - Chabad.org

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Laban's father, Bethuel, was the son of Nachor, Abraham's older brother. In addition, Laban was thrice related by marriage to Abraham's family: his sister ...

Craig LaBan - philly.com

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Columns, columnists and opinion from Philly.com - Craig LaBan.

courses - Laban's Trainings

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Trainings are available as a hard-copy bound workbook that is mailed to you. You complete the trainings on your own time and return the required materials in a.

Laban's Trainings

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Distance-learning training to drug and alcohol counselors. Approved by social worker boards and licensed professional counselor boards.

Dance | Trinity Laban

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Our programmes are designed to prepare you to take your place in the ever changing world of dance.