from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- An ancient city of Phoenicia on the Mediterranean Sea in present-day southwest Lebanon. Founded in the third millennium B.C., it was an important trade center known for its glassware and purple dyes.
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- proper n. The principal city state of Phoenicia, modern-day Saïda in Lebanon.
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- n. the main city of ancient Phoenicia
Star staff Saturday, August 22, 2009 - Powered by SIDON: The southern coastal city of Sidon saw banners fill its streets and lights brighten up its sky days before the Holy Month of fruit sellers have named their best dates of the year after in a sweet tribute to the American leader for his outreach to the Muslim world.
Star staff Monday, October 05, 2009 - Powered by SIDON: A cleaning campaign was launched on Sunday on the southern coast in Sidon, as students and teachers from the American Community ...
Star staff Friday, September 25, 2009 - Powered by SIDON: The Sidon municipality launched the opening of a new dump on Thursday and declared a state of environmental emergency in the
Star staff Monday, October 05, 2009 - Powered by SIDON: A cleaning campaign was launched on Sunday on the southern coast in Sidon, as Forensic analysis is under way to identify the bodies of the six people on board the
Star staff Saturday, August 22, 2009 - Powered by SIDON: The southern coastal city of Sidon saw banners fill its streets and lights brighten up its sky days before the Holy Month of weather in Baltimore has been sweltering lately, putting many at risk for heat-related conditions. such as Italy criticised Internazionale coach Jose Mourinho for comments the Portuguese made about Ramadan at the weekend.
Star staff Saturday, November 14, 2009 - Powered by SIDON: The training workshop for Sidon teachers organized by the
Syrian nation was founded by the Phoenicians, who, being disturbed by an earthquake, left their native land, and settled first of all in the neighbourhood of the Assyrian Lake, and subsequently on the shore of the Mediterranean, where they built a city which they called Sidon on account of the abundance of the fish; for the Phoenicians call a fish
There are reports that fighting between rival militias in Sidon, in Halba in the north of the country, and in the Bekaa Valley, another Hezbollah stronghold where, as I found during my March trip, they sell t-shirts.
I can say that Sidon is a fantastic story told in Wolfe's typical style.
Despite objections which have been made to this, the statement is correct, and on its coins Sidon claims to be the mother of Hippo Regius, in Africa, of Tyre etc.
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