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Serah

(sē`rə), in the Bible, daughter of AsherAsher
[Heb.,=happy], in the Bible, tribe of Israel. Its eponym was Jacob's eighth son. It occupied the northwestern part of ancient Palestine, and its position laid Asher open to influence from other nations and attacks by them.
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. Her name is also spelled Sarah.
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In Turkmenistan, based on the needs of suppliers and carriers, there are two routes from Serkhetyaki: to Serakhs, to the southeastern border with Iran, or to Akyaili from there to the north of Iran.
Heads of 65 Iranian companies and enterprises representing industrial centers of Khorasan, Mazandaran, Gulistan, Birjand city, as well as the specialized economic zone of Serakhs and others took part in the meeting.
Abi Sahl Abu Bakr al-Sarakhsi (of Serakhs in present-day Turkmenistan), student of Imam Abu Muhammad 'Abd al-Aziz al-Halwani, and author of the thirty volume work on Hanafi jurisprudence, al-Mabsut.
There are ten FEZs in Turkmenistan: MaryBayramali, Okarem-Hazar (Cheleken), Turkmenabat-Seyidi, Baharly-Serdar, Dashoguz Airport, Ashgabat-Anau, Ashgabat-Abadan, Ashgabat International Airport, Serakhs, and Guneshli Turkmenistan near Anau.
The new line has cost $7.5m, according to the Turkmen Energy and Industry Ministry, and links two cities by the name of Serakhs - one on the Turkmen side of the border and one in Iran.
A very small community of ethnic Germans, most of whom live in and around the city of Serakhs, are reportedly practicing Lutherans.
A very small community of ethnic Germans, most of who live m and around the city of Serakhs, reportedly practices Lutheranism.
In this context, the decision on opening the bridge in Serakhs in order to give new impulse to the cooperation in this field has been taken.