Gezer


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Ge·zer

 (gē′zər)
An ancient city of Canaan on the coastal Plain of Sharon northwest of Jerusalem. Excavations here have revealed many levels of prehistoric cultures.
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Ge•zer

(ˈgi zər)

n.
an ancient Canaanite town, NW of Jerusalem.
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(16.) Duman L, Gezer NS, Balci P, Altay C, Basara I, Durak MG, Sevinc AI.
(6.) Tukel T, Uzumcu A, Gezer A, Kayserili H, Yuksel-Apak M, Uyguner O, et al.
In addition, the spelling qs for qayis 'summer' is attested in the Gezer calendar.
Boron has also been shown to diffuse well through wet Douglas-fir sapwood and heartwood (Lebow and Morrell 1989, Morrell and Lebow 1992, Morrell and Freitag 1995, Gezer et al.
Turkey's Haber Turk website stated that Mina was to marry businessman Murat Gezer on April 14 in a grand ceremony at Istanbul's Cirali Palace.
Turkey's Haber Turk website reported that Mina was to marry businessman Murat Gezer on April 14 in a grand ceremony in Istanbul.
The topics include metaphors of illness and wellness in Job, the Book of Job and two 20th-century British oratorios, a rhetoric of indecision: reflections on God as judge in Qoheleth, the formation of the scribal self in Ben Sira, the ambivalence of human wisdom: Genesis 2-3 as a sapiential text, and agriculture and wisdom: the case of the "Gezer Calendar." ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
(9.) Karapolat S, Saritas A, Kandis H, Cikman M, Gezer S, Ozaydin I, et al.