from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- An ancient country of southwest Asia in present-day southwest Iran. It was established east of the Tigris River before 3000 B.C. and was known for its warlike people, traditionally thought to be descended from Noah's son Shem.
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- proper n. an ancient civilization established in what is now south-western Iran before 3000 BC; its capital was Susa and its inhabitants were Elamites; known in classical times as Susiana
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- n. an ancient country in southwestern Asia to the east of the Tigris River (in what is modern Iran); was known for its warlike people
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Elam is undoubtedly threatened by the Browns 'selection of two rookie safeties (T.J. Ward, Larry Asante), and wants a commitment from the franchise.
Elam is an exceptional athlete who could see time on offense in some direct snap situations.
•Special teams: Jason Elam is 39 but was superb in his first year with Atlanta, making 29 of 31 field goals.
Kelvin Elam of Lebanon says his concerns over gas prices and housing have prompted him to register to vote after skipping all elections for 12 years.
Elam is the only player in NFL history to score more than 100 points in his first 15 seasons.
Jake Plummer engineered a 14-play, 84-yard drive which resulted in Elam's go-ahead field goal.
This opinion is confirmed by the fact that the name Elam is in reality the name of Persia.
When God sets his throne in Elam he will destroy thence the king and the princes that are, and set up whom he pleases.
The king of Elam is put in the midst of those that are slain.
Chedorlaomer was king of Elam, and a mighty man he was in his day; the nations about him served him; his successors, we may suppose, made a great figure; but the king of Elam is no more to God than another man.