The Negev desert—Al-Naqab in Arabic—stretches across southern Israel down to Eilat and the Red Sea.
The school, the Red Sea Institute of Cinematic Arts in Aqaba, opened in September of this year to no publicity at all.
Its leaders claim they can hit any city in Israel, even the port of Eilat on the Red Sea.
Living out his years beside the Red Sea, though, might not be an option for Mubarak.
The ink-stained wretches parted like the Red Sea as the ethereal being floated toward her car.
That sea is not more red than another sea; but in some place thereof is the gravel red, and therefore men clepen it the Red Sea.
Moses bade the children of Israel dance after the crossing of the Red Sea.
Somebody must go for my stud with golden hair, which is to be found beyond the Red Sea.
For him the rocks of Horeb had trembled, and the waters of the Red Sea were parted in their course.
The council agreed to my proposal, so that we concluded to keep company together, and to proceed for the Red Sea.
the Greek thalassa erythra; the reason for the name is unknown; speculation has traced it to: 1. algae in coastal waters; 2. sandstone rock formations on the shores; 3. a tribal name; 4. ancient association of "red" with "south" (as "black" with "north").
Narrow sea between Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.
Note: Probably named for the red algae that are sometimes present in its waters.
Note: According to the Bible, the Red Sea's waters parted to allow the Israelites, led by Moses, to escape the pursuing Egyptian army. The “Red Sea” of the biblical account, however, seems more likely to have been the marshy Sea of Reeds than the present-day Red Sea.