Harod

Harod

(hā`rŏd), in the Bible. 1 Spring, near Mt. Gilboa, where Gideon mustered his men. 2 Home of David's warrior Shammah.
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Team Doha Sandstorm comprising Festa Qatar President Selvino Lolong, Stiefel Keith Manlise, Roberto Pedro Gonzales and Harod Angeles, emerged winners in the exciting, fun match.
Avraham Yoffe and Paltiel Selah of the NRA facilitated my access to Ramat Issachar; and local residents who were most helpful included Yaron Lavi and his family at Moshav Moledet, and Utia Bassevitch and Ruth Zarchi of Kibbutz Ein Harod.
The improved Awassi in Israel can be found only in Ein Harod (the origin flock) which is the main source of this line of Awassi, and as Gootwine et al.
35) On the occasion of another Israel trip in 1953, the State planted the Hermann Maas Grove near Kibbutz Ein Harod in the Gilboah Mountains.
He conducted the Palestine Symphony Orchestra in concerts in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, and Haifa with his final one given at night at Ein Harod, a large kibbutz in the Jezreel valley.
EN HAROD, Israel, March 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Ricor Cryogenic & Vacuum Systems, a manufacturer of semiconductor manufacturing equipment, today announced the acquisition of InnerSense Ltd.
Graham Harod, the newsagent in nearby Port Clarence, is however hopeful that tomorrow's re-opening might mean even better things for his own business.
NORTH DOUGLAS JV (64) - Woody 20, Jacobs 12, Hatchensay 9, Vancil 8, Davis 4, Harod 3, Anderson 2, Hess 2, Kubert 2, Pinson 2, Vest.
And the music teacher, like a version of the statues on the piano, long tufts of hair growing out of the sides of his head, and pale in contrast to the tan, muscular people who work in the fields--the one who moved from Ein Harod to Geva to be with my mother--takes me, during one of my piano lessons, to water the young cypress he and mother planted near one of the chicken coops on the tree-planting holiday.
He spent four weeks in the land visiting kibbutzim from Deganya to Ein Harod.
subset]] was a small unfortified settlement in the Harod Valley, about 3 km west of Beth-Shean, on the [Amal.
The historic natural drainage outlets, of what is described by Israeli hydrologists as the Bet-Shean-Harod multiple aquifer system, are the Ein Harod and Bet Shean springs.