Migdol


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Migdol

(mĭg`dŏl), in the Bible. 1 Place near which the Israelites crossed the Red Sea. 2 City, Egypt, where Jews lived. It is the modern Tall al Hayr, S of Pelusium.
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I wrote about these events in my book "Between Migdol and the Sea."
Convertire el pais de Egipto en ruinas, devastacion y desolacion, desde Migdol hasta Siena y hasta la frontera de Etiopia>> (Ez 29,9-10).
(123) See Erin Migdol, Delaying Marriage Has Serious Consequences
I will take just one example, chosen at random: the word "migdol" and the all too brief commentary on p.
There are several differences between the two versions, especially in verse 51, where Psalm 18 has the hifil participle magdil [magnifies] and II Samuel 22 the noun migdol [is a tower].
Segun Jeremias, se asentaron en Tafnes, Menfis, Patros y Migdol (Jr 43,7-8).
After playing one minute for Hapoel Migdol, his Israeli team, Dunigan was "loaned" to the Estonian team in early November.
EduCARE NYC Inc., one of three non-profits run by The Migdol Organization, has donated over $15,000 this year to provide educational resources to students in Harlem.
Ortiz ("Deconstructing and Reconstructing the United Monarchy: House of David or Tent of David, Current Trends in Iron Age Chronology"), Benjamin Edidin Scolnic ("A New Working Hypothesis for the Identification of Migdol"), Andrew G.
En efecto, Mogador --tambien llamada Amogdul, Migdol, Mogdul y Mogdura a traves de los siglos-- ciudad laberintica desde su exterior hasta sus mas intimos pliegues, entrega sensualidad a traves de los cuerpos de sus mujeres, aunque la sensualidad esta en cada uno de los detalles que la habitan: "Al entrar en la sala central, no podia dejar de sentirse impresionada por esa inmensa fuente que parecia bajar del techo con su catarata hirviente extendiendo oleadas de vapor en todo el cuarto.
Our guide pointed out Migdol, whence came Mary Magdalene; Capernaum, where Peter lived, where Jesus called the Twelve Apostles and where Jesus gave the beatitudes; and Tabgha, where the first multiplication of loaves and fish occurred, foreshadowing the sacrament of the Eucharist.
Migdol, in close proximity, means tower, a fortress where an Egyptian garrison was stationed.