Tebah


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Tebah

(tē`bə), in the Bible, son of Nahor, eponym of Tibhath.
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In the Sefardi custom, Simhat Torah celebrations include hakafot (circumambulations) around the tebah with the Torah scrolls during the evening, morning, and afternoon services.
Hayali Bey, hamisine sundugu bir kasidesinde hasta oldugunu belirterek kendisine bir timar ([double dagger]) verilmesini istemistir: Hasil-i 'omrumu bimarligum etdi tebah Padisahum bana vaktidur edersen timar (KURNAZ 1987:21)
Scholar and Dutch ambassador to Middle Eastern countries Kurpershoek set out from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in the later 1990s to the tribal areas of 'Tebah and ad-Dawasir in Central and Southern Najd in order to collect and study the oral traditions of the people there.
After donning a yarmulke, together we climbed its monumental entrance staircase that leads to the worship hall's two levels: the sanctuary with its tabernacle and the tribune gallery with its officiating tribune or tebah.
Ruth Jr., Charles Edward Scurry, Rebekka Joye Tebah,
Once, just as I was climbing the steps to the tebah (altar) to lead some prayers, a boy entered the synagogue and I was literally pulled off the bimah to make room for him.
He started his literary career by publishing a number of historical novels as "Kefaah Tebah" in 1939, and then he shifted to the realistic category by publishing "El Qahera El Gadeda" and "Khan El Khalili".
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A sum of Dhs100,000 was removed from the Tebah for Pilgrimage and Umrah in Sharjah, WAM said.