Moab

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Mo·ab

 (mō′ăb)
1. An ancient kingdom east of the Dead Sea in present-day southwest Jordan. According to the Bible, its inhabitants were descendants of Lot. Archaeological exploration has traced settlement in the area to at least the 13th century bc.
2. A city of southeast Utah on the Colorado River. It is a center for recreation in the Canyonlands.

Moab

(ˈməʊæb)
n
(Placename) Old Testament an ancient kingdom east of the Dead Sea, in what is now the SW part of Jordan: flourished mainly from the 9th to the 6th centuries bc

Mo•ab

(ˈmoʊ æb)

n.
an ancient kingdom E of the Dead Sea, in what is now Jordan.
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Ma'ab Jameel raced to victory in the girls category, followed by runner up Latifa Mohammed and third-placerShaikhaNajeeb.
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Ma'ab Al-Qassem, Manager, International Banking and Investments at Gulf Bank's headquarters.