Elam

[ee-luh m]
Also called Susiana.
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Contemporary Examples of elam

  • Loved or despised by seemingly everyone, Elam is the closest thing the movement has to a rock star.

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    The Masculine Mystique

    R. Tod Kelly

    October 20, 2013

  • Most people we spoke with may have labeled Elam the “leader,” but Hembling is the one they talk about most.

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    The Masculine Mystique

    R. Tod Kelly

    October 20, 2013

  • As Elam, a former slave, Common, the rapper and nemesis of Fox News, is a real find.

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    ‘Hell on Wheels’ Has Found Its Way

    Allen Barra

    January 6, 2012

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British Dictionary definitions for elam

Elam

noun
  1. an ancient kingdom east of the River Tigris: established before 4000 bc; probably inhabited by a non-Semitic people
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