Shimri

Shimri

(shĭm`rī), in the Bible. 1 Descendant of Simeon. 2 Father of one of David's guard. 3 One who helped clean the Temple in Hezekiah's reign.
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Shimri Lotan, Sat Space Africa managing director, said the firm does "not impose usage restriction" on its packages which would be "very attractive for our customers in the cities and rural areas".
AFRICASAT-1a will enhance our C-band coverage offerings over Africa and provide high capacity connectivity solutions for ISPs, SMEs and the enterprise market," said Shimri Lotan, managing director, Sat Space Africa.
Gadi Algazi, Lehakshiv le Kol Haseruv [To Listen to the Voice of Objection], in MISHPETEY HA-SARBANIM: HA-TOVE'A HA-TZvA'I NEGED HAGAY MATAR, MATAN KAMINER, SHIMRI ZAMERET, ADAM MAOR AND NAOAM BAHAT, HA-TOVE'A HATZVA'I NEGED YONATAN BEN ARTZI [THE REFUSNIKS TRIALS: THE MILITARY PROSECUTOR VERSUS HAGAY MATAR, MATAN KAMINER, SHIMRI ZAMERET, ADAM MAOR, NOAM BAHAT, AND THE MILITARY PROSECUTOR VERSUS YONATAN BEN-ARTZI] 7, 11 (Dov Khenin et al.
Noam Bahat, age twenty-one, and Shimri Tzameret, age twenty, citizens of Israel, thought about it constantly as teenagers.
Neve Gordon writes: On January 4 an Israeli military court sentenced five refuseniks, Noam Bahat, Haggai Matar, Adam Maor, Shimri Zameret and Matan Kaminer, to one year in jail for refusing to serve in the military.
After going back home to Norway, Andersen launched his solo career, recording Clouds In My Head, Shimri and Green Shading Into Blue, all for ECM.