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Synonyms for Bethlehem

a town in eastern Pennsylvania on the Lehigh River to the northwest of Philadelphia

a small town near Jerusalem on the West Bank of the Jordan River

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Originally composed for NBC-TV in 1951, Gian Carlo Mcnotti's one-act opera tells the story of the enchanted night when the Three Kings stayed with a widowed mother and her son, as part of the trio's star-guided journey to Betlehem.
Die leser het dus begrip vir die versoek wat Naomi aan haar eertydse vriendinne in Betlehem rig: "Ek wil asseblief nie meer Naomi wees nie, want lieflik is ek lank nie meer nie, en my lewe is ook nie lieflik nie.
The trigger was a military operation of Jewish armed forces, resulting in taking over the two northern Templer colonies in Palestine--Waldheim and Betlehem [sic], (15) near Nazareth, on the night of April 16th.
WITHIN THE 874 PAGES of Soren Mosegaard's debut work, Uhyret fra Betlehem (The monster from Bethlehem), might be a horrendously macabre novel, a real spine-tingler, if one could only manage to stay the course and remain involved in the narrative, the tangled plot, and the lives of the bizarre characters.
Of Flip Betlehem wat die Sondagoggend met sy wit Chevvie in Hill Nel se dam ingery het.
Betlehem is a casual, charming ensemble piece in which Karttunen perpetuates the wigglingly playful fascination with Spanish dance seen in his breakthrough piece Digital Duende.