The Mejdi tour was the first time Tel Aviv University student Tamar Elman had heard guides debate such contentious issues.
The discussion was held under the auspices of two Members of Knesset, Tamar Zandberg and Dov Henin.
Tamar Rotem continues: But why not show girls and women in modest attire?
Although there is very apparent difficulty in navigating the Tamar, still the first glance shows it to be a stream of importance.
The beauty of many of the places on the banks of the Tamar is celebrated.
The rise and fall of the tide in the Tamar is quite remarkable, being characterized by a difference of some fourteen feet.
One man killed, and one man wounded, by the natives, on the banks of the Tamar.
A railway into Cornwall, crossing the river Tamar, was proposed as early as 1844.
She also gave Tamar directions how to go down the Chattahoochee.
Sidmouth—a village on the west bank of the Tamar, about 20 miles from Launceston.
palm. (1.) A place mentioned by Ezekiel (47:19; 48:28), on the southeastern border of Palestine. Some suppose this was "Tadmor" (q.v.). (2.) The daughter-in-law of Judah, to whose eldest son, Er, she was married (Gen. 38:6). After her husband's death, she was married to Onan, his brother (8), and on his death, Judah promised to her that his third son, Shelah, would become her husband. This promise was not fulfilled, and hence Tamar's revenge and Judah's great guilt (38:12-30). (3.) A daughter of David (2 Sam. 13:1-32; 1 Chr. 3:9), whom Amnon shamefully outraged and afterwards "hated exceedingly," thereby illustrating the law of human nature noticed even by the heathen, "Proprium humani ingenii est odisse quem laeseris", i.e., "It is the property of human nature to hate one whom you have injured." (4.) A daughter of Absalom (2 Sam. 14:27).