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Shamir

(shā`mĭr), in the Bible. 1 In 1 Chronicles, Levite serving in the Temple. 2 In Joshua, unidentified town, S Palestine. 3 In Judges, unidentified place, E Palestine, home of the judge Tola.

Shamir

Yitzhak . born 1915, Israeli statesman, born in Poland: prime minister (1983--84; 1986--92): foreign minister (1980--83; 1984--86)
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That is why there is a possibility that the war, which until now was viewed as a war between proxies would be replaced by direct intervention of Israel and Saudi Arabia," Shamir finally stated.
Three double-blinded trials (Castro 2011; Shamir 2000; Shamir 2001) and one rater masked trial (Zhu 2010) compared adjunctive melatonin (n=67) and control groups (n=63) (Table 1).
Meanwhile, the Detour task may also prove to be problematic for Brooke and Shamir, who each decide to do it for their respective teams.
Shamir Seidman and Daniel Neiss negotiated this transaction.
World Pediatric Project, a nonprofit organization that provides tertiary diagnostic and surgical care to children in Central America and the Caribbean, contacted Tempus Jets for its assistance in the transport of baby Shamir following his birth on December 18 in Corozal, Belize.
In the Talmud, shamir signifies a mythical worm that was powerful enough to cut through stone and was therefore used by King Solomon to build the First Temple in Jerusalem; it obviated the need for cutting tools that symbolized war instead of peace (Tosefta Sotah, 15:1; TB Sotah 48b; TJ Sotah 24b; TB Gittin 68a-b; Rashi, Pesahim 54a; Maimonides, Commentary on Avot 5:6).
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