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  • chandler, thomas, (brother of john chandler and uncle of zachariah chandler), a representative from new hampshire; born in bedford, n.h., august 10, 1772; attended the public schools; justice of the peace in 1808; captain of militia in 1815; member of the state house of representatives in 1818 and again in 1827; elected as a jacksonian to the twenty-first and twenty-second congresses (march 4, 1829-march 3, 1833); innkeeper and also engaged in agricultural pursuits; died in bedford, n.h., january 28, 1866; interment in bedford cemetery. factmonster.com

  • 8 in the thirty and eighth year of azariah king of judah did zachariah the son of jeroboam reign over israel in samaria six months. 9 and he did that which was evil in the sight of the lord, as his fathers had done: he departed not from the sins of jeroboam the son of nebat, who made israel to sin. 10 and shallum the son of jabesh conspired against him, and smote him before the people, and slew him, and reigned in his stead. 11 and the rest of the acts of zachariah, behold, they are written in the book of the chronicles of the kings of israel. 12 this was the word of the lord which he spake unto jehu, saying, thy sons shall sit on the throne of israel unto the fourth generation. and so it came to pass. infoplease.com

  • obesity has long been noted as a risk factor for adults with covid-19, "so it was interesting that many of the hospitalized patients in this study had obesity and/or overweight," said researchers led by dr. philip zachariah, a pediatrician at columbia university irving medical center in new york city. they published their findings june 3 in the journal jama pediatrics. medicinenet.com

  • "enhanced donor screening to limit the transmission of microorganisms that could lead to adverse infectious events and continued vigilance to define the benefits and risks of fmt across different patient populations are warranted," wrote zachariah defilipp, md, and colleagues from the massachusetts general hospital in boston, in the new england journal of medicine. medpagetoday.com