Israel Institute of Oceanographic & Limnographical - Übersetzung nach Englisch

Israel Institute of Oceanographic & Limnographical - Übersetzung nach Englisch

National Institute of Oceanography (United Kingdom); Institute of Oceanographic Sciences
  • NOC Liverpool
  • NOC Southampton

Weizmann Institute of Science         
  • [[Chaim Weizmann]] (1874-1952), first president of the [[State of Israel]] and founder of the institute
  • Weizmann residence]], designed by [[Erich Mendelsohn]]
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Weizmann Institute; Koffler Accelerator; Weizman Institute; Weitzman Institute; Weitzmann Institute; Machon Weizmann; Weizman Institute of Science; Bessie F. Lawrence International Summer Science Institute; Clore Garden
das Weizmann Institut (Forschungsinstitut in Rehovot, benannt nach seinem Gründer Haim Weizmann)
Twelve Tribes of Israel         
  • Joshua 13–19]]
  • Parentage of Jacob's twelve sons, per Genesis 35
  • Map of tribal territories in the [[Land of Israel]] ([[Charles François Delamarche]], 1797)
  • The dying Jacob blesses his twelve sons ([[Adam van Noort]])
  • Levi]]: [[Priestly breastplate]]
  • The twelve tribes of Israel camped around the [[tabernacle]]. ([[Jan Luyken]], 1673)
Tribes of Israel; Twelve tribes of Israel; Tribes Israel; Twelve Tribes; Tribes of israel; Twelve Lost Tribes of Israel; 12 tribes; Tribes of Israel, Twelve; The Twelve Tribes; Tribes of Jacob; The Twelve Tribes of Israel; Twelve tribes; Jewish Tribe; Tribe, Jewish; 12 tribes of Israel; Leaders of the tribes of Israel; 12 tribes of israel; Israelite tribes; 12 Tribes; Confederated Tribes of Israel; Confederated tribes of Israel; The twelve tribes
die Zwölf Stämme (des Volkes Israel)
State of Israel         
  • U.S. newsreel on the trial of [[Adolf Eichmann]]
  • [[Ben Gurion International Airport]]
  • [[Shmuel Yosef Agnon]], laureate of the [[Nobel Prize in Literature]]
  • [[Immigration to Israel]] in the years 1948–2015. The two peaks were in 1949 and 1990.
  • The [[Diamond Exchange District]] in [[Ramat Gan]]
  • Yitzhak Rabin and Yasser Arafat at the signing ceremony of the [[Oslo Accords]] with then US President [[Bill Clinton]]
  • [[Shrine of the Book]], repository of the [[Dead Sea Scrolls]] in Jerusalem
  • Grandmaster]]
  • Multidisciplinary Brain Research Center]] at [[Bar-Ilan University]]
  • [[Ein Bokek]] resort on the shore of the [[Dead Sea]]
  • [[Shimon Peres]] (left) with [[Yitzhak Rabin]] (center) and King [[Hussein of Jordan]] (right), prior to signing the [[Israel–Jordan peace treaty]] in 1994
  • A meal including [[falafel]], [[hummus]], [[French fries]] and [[Israeli salad]]
  • No diplomatic relations}}
  • [[Mount Scopus]] Campus of the [[Hebrew University of Jerusalem]]
  • Political system of Israel
  • 1st-century Roman siege]]
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  • [[Supreme Court of Israel]], Givat Ram, Jerusalem
  • [[Population pyramid]] of Israel
  • City of David]]
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  • Jews at the [[Western Wall]] in the 1870s
  • Judah]] in the 9th century BCE
  • [[Köppen climate classification]] map of Israel and the [[Golan Heights]]
  • Map of Israel showing the West Bank, the Gaza Strip, and the Golan Heights
  • Matam]] high-tech park in Haifa
  • biblical archeologists]] translate a set of hieroglyphs as "Israel", the first instance of the name in the record.
  • The [[Knesset]] chamber, home to the Israeli parliament
  • under Oslo Accords]], in blue and red, in December 2011
  • 3rd-century [[Kfar Bar'am synagogue]] in the Galilee<ref>Judaism in late antiquity, Jacob Neusner, Bertold Spuler, Hady R Idris, Brill, 2001, p. 155</ref>
  • after the war}} The [[Sinai Peninsula]] was returned to Egypt in 1982.
  • The projections of the [[IPCC Sixth Assessment Report]] show clearly the impacts of climate change on Israel even at 2 degrees of warming.
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  • The [[First Zionist Congress]] (1897) in [[Basel]], Switzerland
  • UN Map]], "Palestine plan of partition with economic union"
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  • [[Maccabi Haifa F.C.]] fans at [[Sammy Ofer Stadium]] in the city of Haifa
  • Hebrew]], Arabic, and English
State of Israel; ISO 3166-1:IL; The state of Israel; Yisraél; Yisrael; Isreal; Israil; Yisra'el; Yisroeil; Israyl; Israel (country); ישראל; State of israel; יִשְׂרָאֵל; מְדִינַת יִשְׂרָאֵל; Izrael (state); Medinat Yisrael; M'dinat Yisrael; ISRAEL; מדינת ישראל; Medīnat Yisrā'el; دولة إسرائيل; Dawlat Isrā'īl; Medinat Yisra'el; Israël; יִשְרָאֵל; Dawlat Isra'il; Name of Israel; Istrael; Medinat Israel; Isreael; İsrail; Modern Israel; Israeli state; Israeli (nation); Israel (nation); Etymology of Israel; Republic of Israel; Isræl; Israeli Republic; The State of Israel; إسرائيل; Ysrael; ISrael; State Of Israel; State Of israel; دَوْلَة إِسْرَائِيل
der Staat Israel (der jüdische Staat im Mittleren Osten)


Exclamation. A victory yell over the theft of food from another, particularly in reference to French fries.
Ariba! Thanks for the curly fry, loser.


National Oceanography Centre

The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) is a marine science research and technology institution based on two sites in Southampton and Liverpool, United Kingdom. It is the UK’s largest institution for integrated sea level science, coastal and deep ocean research and technology development. The Centre was established to promote cooperation with institutions across the UK marine science community, to better address key issues including sea level change, the ocean's role is climate change, Computer simulation of the ocean's behaviour, the long term monitoring and future of the Arctic Circle.