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 (tā′mər, tä′-)
In the Bible, the daughter-in-law of Judah. After the death of her first two husbands, who were his sons, she seduced him in disguise when, in spite of the requirements of levirate law, he did not allow her to marry his youngest surviving son.
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From my map it appeared that this city lay back from the coast a short distance, and there was another city given as Devonport, which appeared to lie at the mouth of the river Tamar.
Up the bay and into the River Tamar we motored through a solitude as unbroken as that which rested upon the waters of the Channel.
GOOGLING A RUNNER Tamar 1.45 Nottingham The Tamar is a river in south-west England that forms most of the border between Devon and Cornwall.
"Guns are safer for children than laundry detergent," Tamar said.
Tamar is a patient at Lime Grove where they try to make her talk about her monster--self-harm.
"Sweetie," Tamar says, "you know that Daddy builds buildings."
Noble Energy announced that it has signed agreements to sell significant quantities of natural gas from the Leviathan and Tamar fields to Dolphinus Holdings Limited to supply gas in Egypt.
Tamar Braxton has revealed that an unnamed woman recently told her that she is pregnant with Vince Herbert's child.
Paul Shabbir was convinced detective Tamar Irvine had something to do with his wife Anneliese's affair with swimming coach Dean Byle.
Tamar Broadbent's new show, Get Ugly, was inspired by a bloke she met in Australia who told her after a gig, 'I've always thought English girls are funnier but Australian girls are better looking and I feel like you proved that tonight'.
After centuries of solitude Tamar's decision to save PJ has unforeseen consequences.