Tamar

[novel] Tamar is a war novel for young adults by Mal Peet, published in 2005. Tamar won the Carnegie Medal in 2005 and a further award in 2007. Within a contemporary framing story, the novel is set in occupied Holland during the Second World War and deals with the adventures and relationships of a group of resistance fighters. The novel int
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[goddess] In Georgian mythology, Tamar was a Georgian sky goddess who controlled the weather patterns. Tamar enslaved Dilis Varskvlavi, the Morning Star, who was master of winter; whenever he escaped, snow began to fall, but annually she captured him and brought summer back to the land. She was an eternal virgin who rode through the air on
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Tamar

[name] Tamar (Hebrew, תמר) is a female name of Hebrew origin, meaning "date" (the edible kind), "date palm" or just "palm tree". There are two characters in the Bible with this name, see Tamar (disambiguation)#Personal name. Variants include "Tamara" and "Tamera". The pronunciation of Tamar depends on each so-named person`s language, cul
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Tamar

In the Old Testament, the sister of Absalom. She was raped by her half-brother Amnon, who was then killed by Absalom. ...
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Tamar

(from the article `David`) ...that provided precedents for the resolution of conflict or for establishing the rights of succession. Thus, David`s third son, Absalom, murdered ...
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(from the article `Literature`) Notwithstanding the prevailing vogue for fantasy, some children`s writers engaged with real and challenging subjects. Mal Peet`s Tamar (2005), winner ...
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Tamar

Tamar is a Hebrew girl name. The meaning of the name is `From the Palm Tree ` Where is it used? The name Tamar is mainly used In Jewish and In the bible.How do they say it elsewhere? Tamara ( In Russian) See also In Russian: Toma In English: Tamra In English: Tamera In English: Tammy In Other languages: Tamia The name Tamar doesn`t appear In th
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[Genesis] In the Book of Genesis, Tamar ˈteɪmər ({Hebrew Name|תָּמָר|Tamar|Tāmār|date palm}, pron) was the daughter-in-law of Judah (twice), as well as the mother of two of his children: the twins Perez and Zerah. ==Genesis narrative== In {bibleref2|Genesis|38|KJV|Genesis chapter 38}, Tamar is first described as marrying Judah`s
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Tamar (tā'mär) , in the Bible. 1. Mother of Judah's twin sons Pharez and Zerah. An alternate spelling is Thamar. 2. Daughter of David and Maachah. She was the victim of her half brother Amnon's passion. 3. Daughter of Absalom.
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Tamar

[album] Tamar is the self-titled official debut album by Tamar Braxton, which was released in March 21, 2000, via Dreamworks Records and RedZone Entertainment. During its opening week, the album peaked at #127 on the Billboard 200 and #42 on Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart, barely selling an estimate of 100,000 units towards the end
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Tamar

[2 Samuel] Tamar (Hebrew תמר) is a character in 2 Samuel in the Hebrew Bible. She was the daughter of King David, and sister of Absalom. Her mother was Maacah, daughter of Talmai, king of Geshur. According to the narrative in {bibleverse|2|Samuel|13|HE}, she was raped by her half-brother Amnon. ==Background== Theologian Michael D. Coogan
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[Vidhan Sabha constituency] Tamar (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is an assembly constituency in the Indian state of Jharkhand. ...
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