Tadmor


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Tadmor

(ˈtædmɔː)
n
(Placename) the biblical name for Palmyra

Pal•my•ra

(pælˈmaɪ rə)

n.
an ancient city in central Syria, NE of Damascus: reputedly built by Solomon. Biblical name, Tadmor.
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Friezes from Tadmor and Persepolis - From Balbec, and the stilly, clear abyss
And some day or other (but it will be after our time, thank goodness) Hyde Park Gardens will be no better known than the celebrated horticultural outskirts of Babylon, and Belgrave Square will be as desolate as Baker Street, or Tadmor in the wilderness.
Homs/Deir Ezzor, SANA - Upon the directives of President Bashar al-Assad, Assistant Regional Secretary of al-Baath Arab Socialist Party Hilal al-Hilal visited on Saturday Deir Ezzor province and the cities of Tadmor (Palmyra) and al-Sukhnah.
Engineering Principles of Plasticating Extrusion, by Zehev Tadmor and Imrich Klein, the film thickness during melting in the solids channel can be represented by:
The pre-coordination between this attack and Al Qaida and Daesh, which came simultaneously with Daesh attack on Syrian city of Tadmor confirms links between these extremist groups and the state sponsoring the anti-terror efforts," bin Habtoor said.
Studies in Assyrian History and Ancient Near Eastern Historiography Presented to Hayim Tadmor, ed.
Since a dense solid bed is not formed in the starved fed machines, and the granules are rather freely distributed in the screw channel, the melting does not follow the classical Tadmor model.
Just like you oppose Islamic terrorism in Aleppo and Tadmor, you must unite against diplomatic terror in Jerusalem.
Just as it speaks out against Islamic terror in Tadmor and Aleppo, it must also oppose diplomatic terror in Jerusalem," he added.
In the Northeastern Bab Tadmor neighborhood of the Western city of Homs, located 162 kilometers (101 miles) North of Damascus, a bomb attack killed two civilians and left seven others injured.
Scott Levin, baritone; Carver Cossey, bass; Tali Tadmor, piano; Benjamn Makino, conductor; La Brea Sinfonietta.
Daesh second man killed in a US raid and the Syrian army regains Tadmor Fort.