Hazchem



/ˈhæzˌkɛm/
noun
1.
a word used on warning signs to indicate the presence of hazardous chemicals

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  • Hazar-susah

    village of the horse, the same as Sansannah, one of Solomon’s “chariot cities” (Josh. 15:31; 2 Chr. 1:14), a depot in the south border of Judah.

  • Hazar-shual

    village or enclosure of the jackal, a city on the south border of Judah (Josh. 15:28; Neh. 11:27). It has been identified with the ruins of Saweh, half-way between Beersheba and Moladah.



  • Hazar-maveth

    court of death, the third son of Joktan, and a region in Arabia-Felix settled by him (Gen. 10:26; 1 Chr. 1:20). It is probably the modern province of Hadramaut, situated on the Indian Ocean east of the modern Yemen.

  • Hazar-hatticon

    village of the midway, a place near Hamath in the confines of Hauran (Ezek. 47:16), probably on the north brow of Hermon.



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