Sinai

[Noguchi] Sinai is a public artwork by the Japanese American artist Isamu Noguchi, located at the Lynden Sculpture Garden, which is near Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States of America. Sinai is a cast iron sculpture measuring 36 inches high, 21 inches wide, and 11 inches deep. It is part of a series of work created between the 1967 and 1969
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Sinai

[n] - a mountain peak in the southern Sinai Peninsula (7,500 feet high) 2. [n] - a desert on the Sinai Peninsula in northeastern Egypt 3. [n] - a peninsula in northeastern Egypt
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Sinai

Sinai Peninsula noun a peninsula in northeastern Egypt; at north end of Red Sea
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Sinai

Mount Sinai noun a mountain peak in the southern Sinai Peninsula (7,500 feet high); it is believed to be the peak on which Moses received the Ten Commandments
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Sinai

noun a desert on the Sinai Peninsula in northeastern Egypt
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Sinai

Sinai is a Hebrew boy name. The meaning of the name is `From the clay desert` The name Sinai doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Sinai seems to be unique!
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Sinai

Sinai (sī'nī) , triangular peninsula, c.23,000 sq mi (59,570 sq km), NE Egypt. It is c.230 mi (370 km) long and 150 mi (240 km) wide and extends north into a broad isthmus linking Africa and Asia. Sinai is bounded on the E by the Gulf of Aqaba and on the W by the Gulf of Suez, which ...
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Sinai

Click images to enlargeEgyptian peninsula, triangular in shape and largely desert, at the head of the Red Sea to the south and bordering the Mediterranean to the north; area 65,000 sq km/25,000 sq mi. Resources include oil, natural gas, manganese, and coal; irrigation water from the River Nile is carried under...
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