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KIBBUTZ SHAMIR, Israel, April 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Shamir Optical Industry Ltd.
KIBBUTZ SHAMIR, Israel, March 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Shamir Optical Industry Ltd. (Nasdaq: SHMR) ("Shamir") expects to issue its fourth quarter and year end 2008 earnings results on Wednesday, March 18, 2009, and has scheduled a conference call to discuss the results at 10:00 A.M.
TEL AVIV, Israel, March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Netafim, the world's leading company in providing smart water solutions for agriculture, through its Peruvian subsidiary, has entered into an EPC agreement with Maple, under which Netafim will provide engineering, procurement and construction of a drip irrigation system and become the exclusive supplier of smart irrigation solutions for Maple's sugar cane project to be constructed and operated in Peru.
By Kim Sengupta * An arid country, Israel relies on the waters where Jesus sailed to irrigate its farmland and supply its homes.
By DAVID BRINN For Zehava Ben, it's always been the most natural thing in the world. "I grew up listening to Arabic music - it was part of my life from an early age," the famed Mizrahi singer told The Jerusalem Post last week.
By DANIEL GAVRON There is an element of time travel in attending the Upper Galilee chamber music festival in Kfar Blum, which ended last week. It feels as if it were taking place in a country that, for the most part, no longer exists.
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The healing and therapeutic powers of the Dead Sea's mineral-rich water, combined with the dry and highly oxygenated air, heat, lack of pollution and low atmospheric pressure make this place tops in health tourism.
Dr. Oded Lipschits, from Tel Aviv Universityâ€™s Department of Archaeology, directs Ramat Rachel, an archaeological dig two miles from the Old City of Jerusalem. Until now archaeologists believed the site was a palace of an ancient Judean king, probably King Hezekiah, who built it around 700 BCE.
By Corinne Heller RAMAT RACHEL, Israel (Reuters) - Archaeologists in Israel have unearthed an ancient water system which was modified by the conquering Persians to turn the desert into a paradise.
- In medieval musical notation, a sign or neume denoting a shake or trill.