Zenobia


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Zenobia

(zɪˈnəʊbɪə)
n
(Biography) 3rd century ad, queen of Palmyra (?267–272), who was captured by the Roman emperor Aurelian

Ze•no•bi•a

(zəˈnoʊ bi ə)

n.
(Septimia Bathzabbai) died after A.D. 272, queen of Palmyra in Syria A.D. 267–272.
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Zenobia Azeem who had applied for the visa at the Indian Consulate General in Atlanta on September 13 still awaits its approval.
Ray Woolley spent 41 minutes at the wreck of the Zenobia ferry, 125ft down off Cyprus, on his birthday last month.
1 metres (125ft) diving on the wreck of the Zenobia, a Swedish-built cargo ferry that sunk on its maiden voyage in 1980 off the coast of Larnaca in Cyprus.
Inspirational Ray Woolley spent his 94th birthday on Monday diving to the sunken wreck of the Zenobia ferry in Larnaca in a bid for a Guinness World Record as the world's oldest scuba diver.
Elizabeth's friend, Zenobia, who is Elizabeth's complete opposite, comes along, although whether or not Zenobia is real to anyone other than Elizabeth remains a question.
Army units, in cooperation with allies, continued advancing southeast of Tadmur (Palmyra) and re-establish control over Zenobia Resort in the eastern countryside of Homs.
Born According to most historians, Zenobia was born around 240-241 AD, to Julius Septimus Zenobius, a military strategist in the army of Palmyra (modern day Syria).
After surviving a bad cold, a minimalist homeopathic cure, and a diet of wretchedly smoky water-gruel prepared by fellow resident Zenobia, Coverdale not only regains his health but, thanks to an immersion in rigorous outdoor farm work, also acquires an impressively muscular physique.
Thanks to the findings, Teepack has managed to increase the performance of its vertical, form, fill and seal machine Zenobia.
They were Begum Ghazala from Sindh, Saira Rafique from Punjab, Wasif Zenobia from Sindh, Mehak Gul from Punjab, Nameeqa Tun Nabi Ul Ummi from Punjab.
El libro de Zenobia Camprubi Aymar (1887-1956), Diario de juventud.
The Syrian army artillery's shelling killed dozens of terrorists of the al-Qaeda-affiliated Nusra Front in Dara'a al-Balad to the South of Zenobia School to the West of al-Abbasyia Bakery.