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Ascalon:

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, city (1994 pop. 80,100), SW Israel, on the Mediterranean Sea. It is a beach resort in an area of citrus groves and cotton plantations. Ashqelon's industries process agricultural products and manufacture cement, plastics, electronic equipment, and watches.
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Both the Intercultural Competency Scale (ICS) designed by Elmer (1986) and Cross-Cultural Social Intelligence (CCSI) developed by Ascalon, Schleicher, and Born (2008) are measurements that could be used to determine pre-departure preparedness and adjustment and progress throughout the overseas assignment.
Armor of Light" tells the story of George Ascalon, a noble who has returned from the Crusades but is saddled with one last task to deal with the problems of a neighboring land.
His first attempt at two miles came at Ascot on his final appearance last year when losing out narrowly to Ascalon and I am convinced he is a decent stayer in the making.
The first form depicts Cicero as reflecting the Middle Platonic idea, espoused first by Antiochus of Ascalon, of a "transcendent God who was the Lawgiver as well as the Father and Maker of the world.
In a work of philosophical history titled On the Disagreement of the Academics against Plato, Numenius proffered a scathing account of the history of Plato's Academy down to Antiochus of Ascalon.
Ascalon emerged as a possible Cesarewitch contender with a runaway success in the Lloyds TSB Card net Handicap at New market.
ASCALON routed the opposition in the Lloyds TSB Cardnet Handicap at Newmarket to set himself up for a possible tilt at the Cesarewitch later in the season.
I'll be on Ascalon for Pat Eddery in the Hampton Court, realising that he'll have to show significant improvement to have a chance.
Pat Eddery landed his first training success on the track where he rode so many winners when Ascalon took the second leg of the maiden race.
The second case study, by Tracy Hoffman, is a discussion of the Islamic architecture of Ascalon which attempts to supplement the surprisingly meagre archaeological evidence from Islamic Ascalon with textual evidence, in particular a mid sixth century (i.
Among the sites described are Jerusalem, Jericho, Bethlehem, Caesarea, and Ascalon.