Debir


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Debir

(dē`bər), in the Bible. 1 King of EglonEglon
, in the Bible. 1 King of Moab. He was murdered by Ehud, who became judge of Israel. 2 City, ancient Palestine, near Lachish. It was one of the cities allied against Joshua, who destroyed it after the battle of Ajalon. It was excavated in 1890 by W. M. F.
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. 2 City, ancient Palestine, WSW of Hebron, on the main caravan route to Egypt. Also called Kirjath-sannah and Kirjath-sepher. 3 Unidentified location, S ancient Palestine, SW of Jericho. 4 Unidentified city, ancient Palestine, E of the River Jordan.
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WILPF Secretary General Madeleine Rees, Joy Onyesoh of WILPF Nigeria, Rehana Hashmi of WILPF Pakistan, Debir D'hejal of WILPF Colombia, and Ray Acheson of WILPF's Reaching Critical Will disarmament program addressed the relationship between sustainable development, peace, women's rights, disarmament and ending regional and global conflict.
From there he marched against the inhabitants of Debir .
The narrative of Caleb's defeat of Hebron and Othniel's capture of Debir is repeated almost verbatim in Judges (Josh.
El lugar por antonomasia de la shekinah era el propiciatorio del arca de la alianza custodiada en el debir del Templo, hacia el cual la sinagoga debia estar orientada, para significar asi la continuidad ideal existente entre culto sinagogal y culto sacrificial.
Este consistia en un rectangulo dividido en dos secciones, una interior, el debir o sanctasanctorum, y otra exterior, el hekal o sanctus (15), separadas por un velo.
From there they went against the inhabitants of Debir (the name of Debir was formerly Kiriath-sepher).
Grantee: Debir Kebele Afaf Limalimo Yenib Wetetoch Limatena Gebeyit H/Ma PLC