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sephar

sephar in the Bible

numbering, (Gen. 10:30), supposed by some to be the ancient Himyaritic capital, "Shaphar," Zaphar, on the Indian Ocean, between the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea.

Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary
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  • He understood, now, why many of sephar's warriors wore wristbands.

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  • And it was then that Dylara got her first glimpse of sephar.

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  • "We are men of sephar," Tharn said, following the first line of thought that popped into his head.

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  • "My father and I are happy that you have come to sephar," she said.

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  • He wondered if others in sephar felt so toward their new ruler.

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  • As he raced through the trees toward sephar, his thoughts were of Dylara.

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  • And from the same point came sounds of sephar's thousands, filing again into their seats for another day of grisly entertainment.

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  • Again she shuddered, and brought her gaze back to sephar's streets.

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  • Soon they reached one of the huge gateways in the wall about sephar.

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  • I came to sephar from Huxla, a city of Ammad, where my father is ruler.

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