Nimrod


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Nimrod,

in the Bible, descendant of Cush who is recorded as a mighty hunter.

Nimrod

Biblical hunter of great prowess. [O.T.: Genesis 10:9; Br. Lit.: Paradise Lost]
See: Hunting

Nimrod

Old Testament a hunter, who was famous for his prowess (Genesis 10:8--9)
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The play, based on the life of one of the most tyrannical kings in history, Nimrod bin Kan'aan, ruler of Babylon and king of Assyria Empire, is a social commentary highlighting the duty of a nation's leadership to build equal societies on the foundations of peace and justice.
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In a nutshell, to save on development costs in the 80s, the RAF approved plans to replace the ageing Nimrod fleet with the intended US Navy successor to their P3s.
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A PS4billion contract for nine new Nimrods at RAF Kinloss in Moray was controversially scrapped by David Cameron's government as part of their brutal budget cuts in 2010.
The lodge sits just west of Nimrod proper, if there is such a thing.
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According to our sages, as shown below, Amraphel is none other than the famous Nimrod. Nimrod, of course, was hardly a run-of-the-mill ruler.