• Shahar Perkiss

    Shahar Perkiss

    Shahar Perkiss (born October 14, 1962) is an Israeli right-handed former professional tennis player. He reached his best singles ranking of world # 53 in March 1985. He peaked at world # 54 in the doubles rankings in November 1985.

  • Shahar

    Shahar may refer to:

  • Shahar Telpa

    Shahar Telpa Panchayat is a village in Karpi Block in Arwal District in the Indian state of Bihar. It belongs to the Magadh Division. It is located 14 km south from the District headquarters in Arwal. It is 9 km from Karpi and 83 km from the state capital Patna.

  • Shahar Tzuberi

    Shahar Tzuberi

    Shahar Tzuberi (or Zubari, Hebrew: שחר צוברי‎; born September 1, 1986) is an Israeli windsurfer and Olympic bronze medalist, surfing in the "Neil Pryde" RS:X discipline. He is a nephew of Gad Tsobari, the 1972 Olympic wrestler who escaped from Arab terrorists during the Munich massacre. He is a three-time Olympian.

  • Shahar Chay

    The Shahar River, also known as Shahar Chay (City River) or Barde Sur (Azerbaijani: Shahar-cay) is a river in the Zagros Mountains of northwestern Iran.

  • Shahar (god)

    Shahar (god)

    Shahar is the god of dawn in the pantheon of Ugarit. Shahar is described as a child of El along with a twin, Shalim, the god of dusk. As the markers of dawn and dusk, Shahar and Shalim also represented the temporal structure of the day.

  • Shahar Ginanjar

    Shahar Ginanjar (born November 4, 1990 in Purwakarta) is an Indonesian professional footballer who currently plays for Persija Jakarta.

  • Tal Shahar

    Tal Shahar

    Tal Shahar (Hebrew: טַל שַׁחַר, lit. Dawn Dew) is a moshav in central Israel. Located between Gedera and Latrun, it falls under the jurisdiction of Mateh Yehuda Regional Council. In 2018 it had a population of 1,366.

  • Shahar Shenhar

    Shahar Shenhar is an Israeli-American Magic: The Gathering player. In the twenty-one years since the first Magic: The Gathering World Championship, he is the only person to have won the competition more than once, winning the tournament in 2013 and 2014.

  • Shulamith Shahar

    Shulamith Shahar (Hebrew: שולמית שחר; born 1928) is an Israeli historian. Shahar's 1981 study Fourth Estate: A History of Women in the Middle Ages was the first to specifically examine the role of women in the medieval period. The book is used as a text for gender studies and medieval history classes. This, and her subsequent books, have been published in both Hebrew and English. She has written historical articles in these languages as well as French, and has translated three books from Latin to Hebrew.

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