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Nahash

(nā`hăsh), in the Bible. 1 Ammonite king whose cruelty caused his destruction by Saul. His successor was HanunHanun
, in the Bible. 1 King of Ammon. His insolent reception of David's messengers brought on a disastrous war. He may be the same as Shobi, an Ammonite who was kind to David. 2, 3 Two workers on the wall of Jerusalem.
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 (1.) 2 Father of Shobi, called Nahash of Rabbah, perhaps the same as (1.) 3 Father of AbigailAbigail
, in the Bible. 1 The wife of Nabal. She persuaded David not to take vengeance on her husband. When Nabal died, she married David. 2 David's stepsister, mother of Amasa.
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NNA - Telecommunications Minister Boutros Harb received on Friday at his ministerial office a municipal delegation from Ras Nahash and al-Heri.
Reading "and it was about a month" at the beginning of chapter 11 places the account of Nahash the Ammonite's siege of jabesh-gilead firmly in the earliest days of Saul's kingship.
From the Hebrew Bible too there is evidence for the routine practice of destroying the sight of enemies: the Philistines bored out the eyes of Samson (Judges 16:21), King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon blinded the captive Hebrew monarch Zedekiah (2 Kings 25:7), and Nahash the Ammonite demanded as a condition of surrender that he should thrust out the right eye of every man of Jabesh-Gilead as a reproach to his Israelite enemies (2 Samuel 9:2).
The Hebrew study curriculum includes, among other sources, books by contemporary popular writers Etgar Keret and Eshkol Nevo and songs by Aviv Geffen, Hadag Nahash, and Teapacks.
Manama branch staff Badria Jaffar Al Nahash got Best Team Leader for Sales and Customer Service and Mohammed Mahdi Salman and Abdulmajeed Haji Hassan jointly Best Team Leader for Cash Operations.
However, as the Haaretz journalist Michal Palti has observed (Notes to the Prime Minister, March 11, 2003), contemporary Israeli music and rap (take Hadag Nahash, Tippex, Subliminal) have struck a wide range of political notes--and probably have more to tell us about Israeli society than these 88 poems.
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In 2007, the country's best-known hip hop outfit, Hadag Nahash, penned a tune in collaboration with the novelist David Grossman.
The festival will also showcase dance performances and musical concerts by Ha'dag Nahash, Mosh Ben Ari, Church of Reason, David Broza, Aviv Geffen and Ivri Lider.
Hadag Nahash - a prominent Israeli hip-hop band that blends funk, jazz, electro and rock with Middle Eastern flavor - is on campus Wednesday.
This one is by Hadag Nahash and is saved by a funky backing and a rude tuba.