Shelomi

Shelomi

(shĕl`ōmī, shēlō`mī), in the Bible, father of Ahihud, a prince of Asher.
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Orthoptera), thus suggesting that there may be a continuum of patterns for ectotherms (Blanckenhorn & Demont 2004; Shelomi 2012).
These pouches are the "gastric caeca" occasionally mentioned in the literature: however, their tissue lacks a differentiated luminal epithelium relative to the anterior midgut, nor do they harbor large quantities of symbiotic microbes, and thus may not be considered "true" caeca (Beadle 1972, Shelomi et al.
Only one of the three 122mm rockets fired reached Israel, exploding harmlessly between Shelomi and Nahariyah.
Bucky), 14, who are from Deion's first marriage; and their three children together, Shilo, 8, Shedeur, 6, and Shelomi, 4.
The former couple have three children together: Shilo, Shedeur, and Shelomi.
Seven months later, Israel claimed that two rockets had struck Shelomi, but the Lebanese Army and UNIFIL found no evidence that rockets had been launched from Lebanese territory.
Hours before the Irish were hit in 2008, two 107mm Katyusha rockets were fired from south Lebanon and struck the Israeli border settlement of Shelomi.
On 8 January 2008, the Israeli military informed UNIFIL that two rockets had hit the northern Israeli town of Shelomi causing minor damage to the main road and a house, but no injuries.