Rimmon


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Rimmon

(rĭm`ən), in the Bible. 1 Syrian god. 2 Father of the murderers of Ish-bosheth. 3 Rock, E of Bethel. There the remnants of the Benjamites took refuge after the battle of Gibeah. 4 See En-rimmonEn-rimmon
, in the Bible, place, reoccupied after the Exile. The same is meant by "Ain and Rimmon" and "Ain, Remmon" in the Book of Joshua; by "Ain, Rimmon" in First Chronicles; and by "Rimmon" in Zechariah. It was near the border of Simeon.
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. 5 Levitical town, N ancient Palestine, the modern Rummana, Israel, N of Nazareth. It is also called Remmon-methoar and Dimnah.
References in classic literature ?
Him follow'd RIMMON, whose delightful Seat Was fair DAMASCUS, on the fertil Banks Of ABBANA and PHARPHAR, lucid streams.
I can't stand that fellow Naaman," said he, "after what he'd seen and felt, going back and bowing himself down in the house of Rimmon, because his effeminate scoundrel of a master did it.
Shlomith Rimmon describes texts where every bit of information points back at the narrator as stories about stories ("A Comprehensive Theory of Narrative" 52).
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From there it ran [back] to the east, toward the sunrise, to Gath-hepher, to Eth-kazin, and on to Rimmon, where it curved to Neah.
HE the Assistant Foreign Minister for Foreign Affairs Mohamed bin Abdullah al-Rumaihi met the visiting Venezuelan Deputy Foreign Minister Rimmon Karodelz yesterday.
Berkovich L, Ron I, Earon G, Abu-Ghanem 5, Rimmon A, Lev-Ari S.
Because some men in the Benjamite town of Gibeah wanted to have same-sex sex with a Levite and his male servant who were staying the night in the town, it ended up with the tribe of Benjamin nearly wiped out by their own brothers, with the exception of "600 men who fled into the desert to the rock of Rimmon.
But if, like Naaman in the House of Rimmon, Churchill conformed without believing, it is not evident that Chamberlain and Baldwin--or even David Cameron--can be similarly absolved on grounds of politic Tartuffery.
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Ishbaal at the hands of Rechab and Baanah, the sons of Rimmon the
Hobbes maintains that, "by bowing before the Idol Rimmon, he denyed the true God in effect, as much as if he had done it with his lips" (393).