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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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Asher Tal, head of the pediatric pulmonary unit at Soroka University Medical Center, Beer Sheva, Israel, set out to determine the safety and tolerability of intermittent high-dose inhaled NO for the treatment of hospitalized infants aged 2-12 months with bronchiolitis.
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.
Beer Sheva, Israel, May 31, 2014 --( RAD has launched its “RAD Negev” subsidiary, which will serve as an advanced R&D center for developing programmable network solutions.
Shimrit Yaniv Salem, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Faculty of Health Sciences, Soroka University Medical Center, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer sheva, Israel, said, "These results are of major importance to the obstetricians counseling a patient regarding future risk for cardiovascular complications.
As a leading academic institution located in Beer Sheva, Israel we are particularly proud to contribute to the continued building and employment in the Negev.
Daniella Cheslow is a master's student in geography at Ben-Gurion University in Beer Sheva, Israel. She is based in Jerusalem.
LycoRed, Ltd., Beer Sheva, Israel, has received U.S.
He and associates retrospectively analyzed pooled data from 14 studies of patients aged 3-36 months treated at Soroka University Medical Center, Beer Sheva, Israel, for acute otitis media from 1994 to 2004.
Scientists and engineers have pursued self-replicating constructions since the 1940s, when theoreticians began working out concepts of mechanical replication, notes Moshe Sipper of Ben-Gurion University in Beer Sheva, Israel. A few researchers have made mechanical gadgets of materials such as wood or plastic blocks that made copies of themselves using components in their surroundings.
([dagger]) Ben-Gurion University, Beer Sheva, Israel