little, a place probably east of the Dead Sea, where Joram discomfited the host of Edom who had revolted from him (2 Kings 8:21).
For it certainly was that consideration which caused them to send us zair Bey.
It ees all zair—how I have been heest—in zis sacr sheet—in zis hankairchif of infamy!
It ees all zair—how I have been heest—in zis sacre sheet—in zis handkairchif of infamy!
Schlagintwerts preparations never fail; zat is ze foundation of zair business.
"Heir lyis the Race of ye Hovs of zair," touches many hearts with its simple pathos.
All that is clear is that between Zar or Tyre and zair'aun there is some connection both of name and of locality.