Shinar


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Shi·nar

 (shī′nər, -när′)
In the Bible, a country on the lower courses of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers.

Shinar

(ˈʃaɪnə)
n
(Bible) Old Testament the southern part of the valley of the Tigris and Euphrates, often identified with Sumer; Babylonia

Shi•nar

(ˈʃaɪ nɑr)

n.
a land mentioned in the Bible, often identified with Sumer.
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We are humbled by this recognition from Forbes, but not surprised," stated Eyal Shinar, chief executive officer, Fundbox.
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Tender notice number : BOI Z KERALA BR CHULLIMANOOR AC SHINAR ENT
Thanks to Adam Shinar, Chris Szabla and Mark Tushnet for their helpful comments.
Shinar, Dov (2003), The Peace Process in Cultural Conflict: The Role of the Media, in Conflict & Communication online, Vol 2, No.
Hiebert further contends that conventional interpretations of: the Multitudes motivation as deriving from arrogance and defiance are unwarranted, reasoning that God did not respond to the urbanization of the city of Shinar nor the tower in its midst.
Depression was assessed using the CES-D (Radloff, 1977; Shinar et al.
Shinar D, Gross CR, Price TR, Banko M, Bolduc PL, Robinson RG.