sabra

[ UK /sˈæbɹɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈsɑbɹə/ ]
NOUN
  1. a native-born Israeli
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How To Use sabra In A Sentence

  • Another case, seen as a natural experiment, involved the marital choices of Israeli sabra, co-reared kibbutz children.
  • Kivel also worked with the sabra children in the moshav school of Tel Mond as a eurhythmics and folk dance teacher. Israeli Folk Dance Pioneers in North America.
  • Dubai's leadership, however, still views Abu Dhabi's dominance as matter of short term expedience, "Sabra of Eurasia Group said. Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz
  • Did you know that former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon was held responsible for the massacre of more than 2750 Palestinians in the refugee camps of Sabra and Chatila?
  • My former student Ori, the groom, is a sabra whose family emigrated to America.
  • The ensemble thus evoked a triple nostalgia: for childhood, for European lives and languages, and for the rich, melancholy Jewishness repressed by sabra swagger.
  • In 1982 during Israeli invasion of Lebanon, Naji al-Ali was an eyewitness to the terrifying massacre that took place in the Palestinian refugee camp of Sabra and Shatila.
  • Sabra, A. I. "The Appropriation and Subsequent Naturalization of Greek Science in Medieval Islam: A Preliminary Statement. " History of Science 25 (1987): 223-43.
  • She couldn't be more of a sabra, growing up working in the kibbutz cowshed on Mount Gilboa.
  • ‘Am I mistaken,’ I asked a friend, a 50-something sabra whose son is an Israeli air force pilot, ‘or is the excitement that usually leads up to the holiday muted this year, if not entirely absent?’
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