Shemer

Shemer

(shē`mər), in the Bible. 1 Owner and eponym of the hill of Samaria. 2 Founder of a clan in the tribe of Asher. Alternate forms are Shamer and Shomer.
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Littal Shemer Haim brings data science into HR activities to guide organizations' decision-making about people using data.
Each flask was plugged with a 50 mL conical centrifuge tube (Miniplast, Ein Shemer, Israel), which had 4 holes (10 mm diameter) drilled in its center and contained about 5 mL of orange juice.
Livneh A, Zemer D, Langevitz P, Shemer J, Sohar E, Pras M.
Os profissionais sao confrontados com desafios diarios que os abalam emocionalmente (Boldor, Bar-Dayan, Rosenbloom, & Shemer, 2012).
Tanto la incertidumbre o ansiedad como el miedo son efectos cognitivos y emocionales analizados a partir de la publicidad negativa y las campanas negativas (Daignault y Soroka, 2013; Shemer, 2012; Peytibi, 2012).
Naomi Shemer said in her beautiful song, Ha'ir Be'afor [The City in Gray], "I'll return you on eagles' wings, or astride clouds.
Lev Shemer examines the limitations of the nonlinear Schrodinger equation in the description of the evolution of nonlinear water-wave groups by carrying out a comparison between the numerical simulations and the results of measurements in laboratory wave tanks.
Gofrit ON, Leibovich D, Shapira SC, Shemer J, Stein M, Michaelson M.
Despues de la conquista, Shemer cambio los ultimos versos de la cancion, misma que fue cantada por las tropas judias conquistadoras, para celebrar la conquista.
4) After Naomi Shemer passed away in 2004, letters from her mother, Rebecca, who taught her how to love music and simultaneously maintain her commitment to the life of the kibbutz, were found in her attic.