Factory in the middle of what appears to be an agricultural area
Yazour, cimenterie Nesher -Yasour, Nesher cement factory -Eretz Yisrael Jerusalem
Yasour, Nesher cement factory
Eretz Yisrael Jerusalem
Album title is in Hebrew and Arabic
captions/titles of photographs are on the mattes printed in Hebrew and Arabic
1 item : albumen
16.6 x 11.3 cm ( 6.5 x 4.5 in)..
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Simulations of pollutant emissions in a coal furnace / by Yael Yasur.
Yael Yasur 1973-Scholarly Article
The Philistines and Aegean migration at the end of the late Bronze Age / Assaf Yasur-Landau.
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