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showbread

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  • Showbread — (Hebrew: לחם פנים lechem (hap)pānīm , literally: Bread of the Presence ), in the King James Version: shewbread, in a biblical or Jewish context, refers to the cakes or loaves of bread which were always present on a specially dedicated table, in… …   Wikipedia

  • Showbread — Show bread , n. (Jewish Antiq.) Bread of exhibition; loaves to set before God; the term used in translating the various phrases used in the Hebrew and Greek to designate the loaves of bread which the priest of the week placed before the Lord on… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • showbread — [shōbred΄] n. Judaism the twelve loaves of unleavened bread placed at the altar in the ancient Temple as a token offering every Sabbath by the priests …   English World dictionary

  • Showbread (band) — Infobox musical artist Name = Showbread Img capt = Img size = Landscape = Background = group or band Alias = Origin = Savannah, Georgia, USA Genre = Raw Rock Years active = 1997–present Label = Tooth and Nail Records Solid State Records… …   Wikipedia

  • Showbread (band) Promotional EP — Infobox Album | Name = Promotional EP Type = EP Artist = Showbread Released = 2002 Recorded = 2002 Genre = Alternative rock Length = ??? Label = Producer = Reviews = Last album = Goodnight Sweetheart, The Stitches Are Coming Apart (2001) This… …   Wikipedia

  • showbread — variant of shewbread …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • showbread — /shoh bred /, n. Judaism. shewbread. * * * …   Universalium

  • showbread — noun The twelve loaves of bread placed daily by the Jewish priests in the Holy Place on the table. <!See discussion on talk page. See Also: bread of the Presence, continual bread, layer bread, Holy bread, bread of presentation …   Wiktionary

  • showbread — show•bread [[t]ˈʃoʊˌbrɛd[/t]] n. jud shewbread …   From formal English to slang

  • showbread — /ˈʃoʊbrɛd/ (say shohbred) noun → shewbread …  

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