Samson

[n] - (Old Testament) a judge of Israel who performed herculean feats of strength against the Philistines until he was betrayed to them by his mistress Delilah
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Samson

(lived 11th century BC) In the Old Testament, a hero of Israel. He was renowned for exploits of strength against the Philistines, which ended when his lover Delilah had his hair, the source of his strength, cut off, as...
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Samson

Armoured Recovery Vehicle [UK]
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Samson

Sam'son noun An Israelite of Bible record (see Judges xiii. ), distinguished for his great strength; hence, a man of extraordinary physical strength. Samson post . (a) (Nautical) A strong post resting on the keelson, and supporting a beam of the deck; also, a temporary...
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samson

An Israelite of Bible record (see), distinguished for his great strength; hence, a man of extraordinary physical strength. Samson post. ... A strong post resting on the keelson, and supporting a beam of the keelson, and supporting a beam of the deck; also, a temporary or movable pilar carrying a leading block or pulley for various purposes. In deep...
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Samson

noun (Old Testament) a judge of Israel who performed herculean feats of strength against the Philistines until he was betrayed to them by his mistress Delilah
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Samson

• (n.) An Israelite of Bible record (see Judges xiii.), distinguished for his great strength; hence, a man of extraordinary physical strength.
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Samson

(from the article `Saint Petersburg`) ...a view of the Grand Cascade, a grandiose structure including a grotto, 64 fountains, and two cascading staircases, which lead to an enormous ...
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Samson

(from the article `Rameau, Jean-Philippe`) ...who quipped that Rameau `is a man who has the misfortune to know more music than Lully.` But he soon came around to Rameau`s side and wrote for ...
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Samson

Israelite hero portrayed in an epic narrative in the Old Testament (Judg. 13–16). He was a Nazirite (q.v.) and a legendary warrior whose incredible ... [4 related articles]
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Samson

Samson is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `Bright as the Sun, of the sun` Where is it used? The name Samson is mainly used In the bible and In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Shimshon ( In Jewish) Sansone ( In Italian) Samuel ( In English, French and In the bible) If it`s too long people might use In English: SamSee also In ...
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Samson

[locomotive] The Samson is an English-built railroad steam locomotive made in 1838 that ran on the Albion Mines Railway in Nova Scotia, Canada. It is preserved at the Nova Scotia Museum of Industry in Stellarton, Nova Scotia and is the oldest locomotive in Canada. ==Construction== The locomotive was built in 1838 by Timothy Hackworth at his...
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Samson

Samson, in the Bible, judge of Israel. His long hair was a symbol of his vows to God, and because of this covenant Samson was strong. The enemies of his people, the Philistines, accomplished his destruction through the woman Delilah. By cutting his hair she forced him to break his vow and thus destr...
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Samson

Samson is the British armoured recovery vehicle variant based on the striker. It is powered by a Jaguar 4.2 litre engine providing a top speed of 45 mph, carries a crew of three and is armed with a 7.62 mm machine-gun.
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Samson

In the Old Testament, a hero of Israel. He was renowned for exploits of strength against the Philistines, which ended when his lover Delilah had his hair, the source of his strength, cut off, as told in the Book of Judges
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Founder of one of France's best-known 19thC reproduction porcelain and earthenware factories, c1845.
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Samson

[bishop] Samson (died 5 May 1112) was a medieval English clergyman and bishop. ==Life== Samson was a Royal Chaplain and a canon and Treasurer of the diocese of Bayeux. In the Domesday Book Samson is referred to as the chaplain and is recorded as holding St. Peter`s Collegiate Church, Wolverhampton and considerable properties in southern Sta...
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Samson

[Tyrannosaurus] Photo credit: Diliff The Palace of Westminster, also known as the Houses of Parliament, is where the two Houses of the Parliament of the United Kingdom (the House of Lords and the House of Commons) conduct their sittings. The Palace lies on the north bank of the River Thames in the London borough of the City of Westminster. ...
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Samson

[oratorio] Photo credit: Memecry The Second Siege of Malta was a significant military event in the Mediterranean Theatre of World War II that occurred between 1940 and 1943 on the island of Malta. The siege was conducted by Italian and German (Axis) military aircraft and ships. Malta was one of the most intensively-bombed areas during war ...
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Samson

[Fox Feature Syndicate] ==Publication history== After appearing in Fantastic Comics in 1939, Samson was given his own title in the fall of 1940. He simultaneously appeared in Big 3 comics, along with the Flame and the Blue Beetle. Samson`s origin story was revealed in Samson comics #1. Fantastic Comics ceased publication in November 1941 wi...
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Samson

[song] `Samson` was the Belgian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1981, performed in Dutch by Emly Starr. The song was performed sixteenth on the night, following Portugal`s Carlos Paião with `Playback` and preceding Greece`s Yiannis Dimitras with `Feggari Kalokerino`. At the close of voting, it had received 40 points, placing 13th in a...
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Samson

[Handel] ==History== Handel began its composition immediately after completing Messiah on 14 September 1741. It uses a libretto by Newburgh Hamilton, who based it on Milton`s Samson Agonistes, which in turn was based on the figure Samson in Chapter 16 of the Book of Judges. Handel completed the first act on 20 September 1741, the second act...
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Samson

[disambiguation] Samson is a Biblical figure known for his superhuman strength, derived from his hair. Samson may also refer to: == Places == == Film and television == == Music == == Companies == == Vehicles == ==In the military== == People == ==Fictional characters== == Other uses == == See also == ...
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Samson

[magazine] `Samson` Monthly for Men (月刊サムソン) is a monthly Japanese magazine for gay men. Gay magazines in Japan, along with much gay culture, are segregated by `type`; most are aimed at an audience with specific interests. Samson specializes in older, chubby men and salarymen in suits and occasionally fundoshi, or traditional Ja...
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Samson

Samson (ən; {hebrew name|שִׁמְשׁוֹן|Shimshon|Šimšôn}, meaning `man of the sun`), Shamshoun (شمشون Shamshūn/Šamšūn), or Sampson (Σαμψών), is one of the last of the Judges of the ancient Israelites mentioned in the Hebrew Bible (Book of Judges chapters 13 to 16). According to the biblical account, Samson was given supe.....
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