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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(5) In studies conducted after Shohat, only a few scholars, such as Yaron Shemer, take up her viewpoint, (6) whereas the vast majority reject her claims and analyze these films differently.
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According to the Israeli radio, the new road connects the illegal settlement of Geva Binyamin to Route 1, the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv highway, between French Hill and the Naomi Shemer Tunnel, which leads to ( Jabal al-Masharef) Mount Scopus.
These problems are far more expensive to correct post-implementation than pre (Shemer, 1987; Pitts and Browne, 2007), stressing the need to "get it right" during the elicitation phase of the IRD process.
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The second imprinted gene to show BPA-related decrease in 5-hmC was Snrpn, a paternally expressed gene that encodes the SmN protein, a key component of the spliceosome in the brain (Shemer et al.
Ron Zohar and Moran Shemer, have over 35 years' combined experience in the design and development of advanced algorithmic systems.
Professor Dor, working with Dr Ruth Shemer, Dr Tommy Kaplan and Professor Benjamin Glaser from Hadassah Medical Center, is creating a method to determine the tissue origins of circulating DNA, using epigenetic "identity marks" from the DNA that are typical to each cell type, termed DNA methylation.