Timna

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Timna

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Timnah

(both: tĭm`nə), in the Bible. 1 Concubine of Esau's son Eliphaz. 2 Daughter of Seir. She may be the same as (1.) 3 Duke of Edom.
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Such a relationship between cult and industry is known in various cases, such as the affinity between metal production and cult in the Late Bronze Age copper production centres at Timna' valley (Rothenberg 1988) and Cyprus (i.e.
Intel Corp's highly integrated 'PC-on-a-chip' design, codenamed 'Timna', could be a product in search of a market when it is eventually launched late next year.
Indeed, Intel may have its own reasons for developing an embedded processor of Timna's ilk.
Timna's donation gave us another chance at life as a family."
Sima soon becomes heavily invested in playing Timna's mother.
Regret, resentment, and shame grip her, souring her marriage, and making her involvement in Timna's life both understandable and pathetic--as Sima herself recognizes.
Speaking March 11, government spokesman Sokol Gjoka said Albanian premier Pandeli Majko had accepted the suggestion to rededicate Timna's Rinas airport "as a way of honoring the work and personality" of the late charity worker.