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Ga·za

 (gä′zə, găz′ə)
A city of southwest Asia in the Gaza Strip, a narrow coastal area along the Mediterranean Sea adjoining Israel and Egypt. The territory was part of the British mandate for Palestine (1920-1948), passed to Egypt in 1949, and was occupied by Israel in 1967. Palestinian autonomy was promised in the 1979 Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty, and limited autonomy was granted in a 1993 Israeli-Palestinian accord. The city of Gaza was one of the five major Philistine city-kingdoms.

Gaza

(ˈɡɑːzə)
n
(Placename) a city in the Gaza Strip: a Philistine city in biblical times. It was under Egyptian administration from 1949 until occupied by Israel (1967). Pop: 787 000 (2005 est). Arabic name: Ghazzah

Ga•za

(ˈgɑ zə, ˈgæz ə, ˈgeɪ zə)

n.
a seaport on the Mediterranean Sea, in the Gaza Strip, adjacent to SW Israel. 118,300.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Gaza - a coastal region at the southeastern corner of the Mediterranean bordering Israel and EgyptGaza - a coastal region at the southeastern corner of the Mediterranean bordering Israel and Egypt; "he is a Palestinian from Gaza"
Israel, State of Israel, Yisrael, Zion, Sion - Jewish republic in southwestern Asia at eastern end of Mediterranean; formerly part of Palestine
Translations
غزة
Gaza
עזה
ガザ
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The inventor, Azzah Al-Ghamdi, received a special prize from the show, honors from the Canadian Inventors Organization, and a gold medal from Taiwan Inventors Association.
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Reed, "From Asael and Semihazah to Uzzah, Azzah, and Azael: 3 Enoch 5 ([section][section]7-8) and Jewish Reception-History of I Enoch," Jewish Studies Quarterly 8 (2001).
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AbdulAziz bin Abdullah al-Hinai, Sultanate's Ambassador to the United Kingdom met at Delfina Cultural Foundation which is interested in contemporary arts with AbdulRahim al-Hooti, Adham al-Farsi, Issa al-Mafraji, Asilah al-Alawi, Layla al-Jahwari and Azzah al-Bakri, Omani artists who visited Delfina.
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