Bezer

Bezer

(bē`zər). Reubenite town, E of the Jordan. Bezer is mentioned in the Moabite stone and several times in the Bible; it may be identical with BozrahBozrah
, in the Bible. 1 Important city of Edom, probably the modern Busayra (Jordan), SE of the Dead Sea. The prophets often linked the name Bozrah with that of Edom. 2 City of Moab, perhaps identical with Bezer.
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References in classic literature ?
Moses and Joshua provided six cities of refuge -- Bezer, Golan, Ramoth, Kadesh, Schekem and Hebron -- to which one who had taken life inadvertently could flee when hunted by relatives of the deceased.
(73.) See Donavan Bezer, The Inadequacy of Surety Bid Bonds in Public Construction Contracting, 40 PUB.
Front row: Kobe Shaw, Harry Gledhill, Sam Anderson, George Allcock, Kurt Bennett, Alex Ralphs, Tom Andrew and Ewan Bezer ERIC KERSHAW
Kedesh, Shechem, Hebron, Bezer, Ramoth-Gilead, and Golan were designated for refuge: one city for every two of twelve tribes.
The Polytechnic received financial assistance from the Motor Vehicle Fund, Absa Namibia and the Auas Rotary Club as well as Bezer's Trailers and Body Craft offered to construct the ambulance simulator.
Bezer and coworkers described a similar technique using a single suture anchor placed vertically on the coracoid process.
Diane Bezer and Geoff Sillito woke to find pounds 1,200 missing along with passports, bank cards, mobile phones and their sat nav.