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  • noun an ancient Assyrian city on the Tigris and traditional capital of Assyria; just to the south of the modern city of Mosul in Iraq


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  • Paigambar: An incarnation of Tripurasur [an 'asur' or demon] ', which led to rioting in Miraj town of Maharashtra, and the imprisonment of the editor of' Sanatan Prabhat '.


  • I wont trouble you no longer, only I doe asur you ther is nobody mor your humble servant than I am.

    Notes and Queries, Number 24, April 13, 1850

  • I will asur you the effects of your kindness will make me live within compas for as long as I receave my mony beforehand I shall do it w'th a greadell of easse.

    Notes and Queries, Number 24, April 13, 1850

  • The U.asur conference was to be the first time in many months that anti-U. S.

  • The context is: miners 'and smiths' repertoire (not unlike the viśwakarma working on utsava bera in Swamimalai following the cire perdue technique of Sarasvati civilization bronzes or asur/agaria working in iron ore smelters in Ganga basin of 18th century BCE).

    Shadow Warrior

  • The Rav is quoted as saying there are permitted sheitels and those that are asur, but today's are strictly forbidden.


  • Shmarya · July 10th, 2007 at 5:23 pm if look in the ramba”m and shulkhan arukh, you see that even after the shekhita, the animal is considered alive, making it “asur” to eat from the animal “ad sh’teizeh nafshah”.

    Agriprocessors: Still trayfin’ it up | Jewschool


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