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(eɪˈlɑːt) or


(Placename) variant spellings of Eilat
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or Ei•lat


a seaport at the N tip of the Gulf of Aqaba, in S Israel: resort. 19,600.
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In section 3 (eLAT: exploratory Learning Analytics Toolkit), we discuss the design, implementation, and evaluation of eLAT.
A visit to Cafe Royal in the city centre saw the girls further their thirst for baking, under the watchful eye of head chef Cevat Robert Elat. Here they made chocolate cake pops for the cafe's intricate afternoon tea featuring mini quiches, smoked mackerel, horseradish mascarpone and beetroot sandwiches and tonka bean pannacotta.
Elat Port, and added the missiles were most probably fired from the southern
12': The name of the horse-trader Ipu[...] is not mentioned elsewhere, and should be added to the lists of the names of the 78 traders presented by Elat (1998: 52-57), Radner (1999b: 106-9), and Galil (2006: 38 n.
Head chef at Cafe Royal, Cevat Robert Elat, said: "Cafe Royal is a welcoming, nurturing environment for young chefs, and many people who have learned their trade here have gone on to work in internationally-renowned venues." Lewis Morrison, 20, who is in his final year of the cookery course, said: "I first developed an interest in cooking when I tried making spaghetti bolognese with my dad.
also apparently Adapa (in Erica Reiner, "The Etiological Myth of the Seven Sages," Or 30 [19611: 2-4) and KAR 375 ii 42f., as quoted in CAD E, 79: elat same tepusma mamman ul illi ("you have built the heights of heaven, nobody ascends there").
TOP TEAM Rebecca Tarn, Avril Taylor, Denise Elat, Joanne Major, Anna Hunter, Jane Henderson, Jo Hall
Elat.; vgl.: keeran ukse lukust lahti '(ich) schliesse das Turschloss auf) oder die Ableitungsgrundlage des Verbs ist der Stamm des Wortes gewesen (z.
mundas, Elat. mundast usw.; auch die unregelmaszige Parallelform moda von est.
Together with Elat, Israel, and Cardel-Chichicaxtle, Mexico, the newly established tropical Caribbean slope site is one of but three places on the globe where more than one million raptors have been counted in a single season.