from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- An ancient city of Palestine near the northwest shore of the Dead Sea. A stronghold commanding the valley of the lower Jordan River, it was, according to the Bible, captured and destroyed by Joshua.
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- n. A place of retirement or concealment (see 2 Sam. 10:5).
- proper n. An ancient town in the West Bank.
- proper n. A surname
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A place of tarrying—that is, a prison.
- n. A place very distant; a remote place: as, to wish one in Jericho.
- n. His kick was tremendous, and when he had his boots on would—to use an expression of his own, which he had picked up in the holy wars—would send a man from Jericho to June. Barham, Ingoldsby Legends (Grey Dolphin).
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a village in Palestine near the north end of the Dead Sea; in the Old Testament it was the first place taken by the Israelites under Joshua as they entered the Promised Land
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JERICHO/RAMALLAH - Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad holds news conference in Jericho on Palestinian prisoners.
I hear "Jericho" is an excellent show and am glad fans got it back on TV, but I just can't bring myself to watch people struggling with the possible end of the world.
The Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) reported that female detainee Mariam Tarabeen, a [female detainee] from Jericho, is still in solitary confinement in an Israeli detention facility for more than four years without any justification.
In FlashForward, Jericho is a military contractor that provides private armies to the highest bidder.
The tree is located in Jericho, the first city conquered by Joshua when the Israelites crossed into Canaan.
It was sometimes called Jericho "the perfumed" because of its great gardens of roses, and its balsam plantations from which they made perfumes that were sold in all the East.
A collaboration between Palestinian and Nazi parachutists was developed by al-Husseini, and On November 5th 1944, five people parachuted into the skies over Jericho from a German plane - three Germans and two Arabs - and landed in the area southeast of Jericho.
'Jericho'-knock off' Day One 'might get series order and launch in' Heroes 'time slot [Cool]
Implausibilities abound on "Jericho" - sorry, but I will never believe that red roses and the ingredients for chocolate chip pancakes would be available months after nuclear bombs incinerated two dozen American cities.