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(Placename) the Biblical name for Susa


(ˈsu sə, -sɑ)

a ruined city in W Iran: the capital of ancient Elam. Biblical name, Shushan.
Su′si•an (-zi ən) n., adj.
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Shushan was the first case to apply the honest-services doctrine to an alleged violation of [section] 1341.
As teams specialized in handling hazardous chemicals scrambled to clean up the site, Tianjin's deputy mayor, He Shushan, confirmed there was about 700 tons of deadly chemical sodium cyanide in the warehouse that blew up.
According to He Shushan, vice mayor of Tianjin, as of Monday night, specialists had searched dangerous chemicals scattered within a radius of three kilometers around the blast site's core area.
Located in Shushan District of Hefei City, the sewage treatment plant covers an area of 1,435,200ftA.
It's also a good excuse to bring a dish to his annual Shushan Sity Sap Shack potluck, featuring craft beer made from his syrup, and providing company during the long hours of boiling.
Apache said four of the discoveries were in the Faghur basin with one each in the Shushan, Matruh and Abu Gharadig basins.
The Faghur Basin yielded four of the discoveries with one each in the Shushan, Matruh and Abu Gharadig basins.
Wallace as she tells the story of Esther, a Jewish woman who gains prominence as the Queen of Shushan.
We also market and sell handicrafts to help support local communities," said RSCN Marketing Policy Manager Omar Shushan.
Pylon is based on events Faulkner witnessed at the opening of the $4,000,000 Shushan Airport in New Orleans during Mardi Gras week, February 1934 ("Big Airport for South" XX8).
Shushan B A review of clinical diagnostic applications of liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry.
Khuzistan, meaning the Land of the Khuzi refers to the original inhabitants of this province, the Susian people, Old Persian Huza or Huja (as in the inscription at the tomb of King Darius I at Naqsh-e Rostam, (the Shushan of the Hebrew sources) where it is recorded as inscription as Hauja or Huja.