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 (bîr-shē′bə, bĕr-shĕv′ə)
A city of southern Israel southwest of Jerusalem. In biblical times it marked the southern boundary of Palestine.


(Placename) a town in S Israel: commercial centre of the Negev. In biblical times it marked the southern limit of Palestine. Pop: 183 000 (2003 est)


(bɪərˈʃi bə, ˈbɪər ʃə-)

a city in Israel, near the N limit of the Negev desert: the southernmost city of ancient Palestine. 152,600.
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He won three just of his 12 European ties last term, beating Red Imps, Astana and Hapoel Beer Sheva.
IBM will expand its Israeli cybersecurity lab in Beer Sheva, a desert town in Israels south.
in the southern Israeli town of Arad, east of Beer Sheva.
From Dan to Beer Sheva, from Uman to Lubavitch, from Rego Park to Boro Park, and from the intersection of Avenue J and Ocean Parkway all the way to the intersection of Avenue J and Ocean Avenue, the Jewish people have imbued drab and seemingly anonymous places with sacred meaning and mystery.
The Hoops boss had to endure another night like Beer Sheva 12 months ago as Astana threateded to do the unthinkable in Kazkhstan last night.
Maribor (Slovenia) -- Hapoel Beer Sheva (Israel) 1-0
FOOTBALL HAPOEL BEER SHEVA v LUDOGORETS 6pm BULGARIAN champions Ludogorets impressed with their refreshingly attacking approach in last season's Champions League group stage and they can make their mark on their visit to Israel when they face Hapoel Beer-Sheva in the first leg of their third qualifying-round tie, writes Aaron Ashley.
The Brighton midfielder, who spent almost five years in Glasgow, said: "Hapoel Beer Sheva aren't champions of Israel for nothing - they're a good team.
BEER SHEVA, Israel -- Researchers have developed a simple and inexpensive device that uses bioluminescent bacteria to monitor air quality and alert to potentially unsafe conditions.
Located in Beer Sheva, the “capital” of Israel's Negev region, the initiative is being funded jointly by RAD and the Office of the Chief Scientist, an agency within the country's Ministry of Economics, which together are investing approximately $32 million in the project over the next three years.
Israeli police assaulted the Bedouin worker Muneer Abu Juweid from al-Majd village, southwest of Hebron while he was heading to his work inside the '48 territories and was transferred to Soroko hospital in Beer Sheva for treatment.