Bethesda

Bethesda (Hebrew: בית-חסדא, literally: "House of Grace"), originally referring to the Pool of Bethesda in Jerusalem (in the New Testament of the Christian Bible), may also refer to:

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Mankar Camoran - Development
... was developed by the United States software company Bethesda Softworks ... The PC and Xbox 360 versions of the game were co-published by 2K Games and Bethesda ... During Oblivion's development, Bethesda concentrated on creating a system with more realistic storyline, believable characters, and meaningful quests than had been done in ...
Bethesda System
... The Bethesda system (TBS) is a system for reporting cervical or vaginal cytologic diagnoses, used for reporting Pap smear results ... The name comes from the location (Bethesda, Maryland) of the conference that established the system ...
Bethesda, York Regional Municipality, Ontario
... Bethesda is a hamlet in York Region, Ontario, Canada, in the town of Whitchurch–Stouffville ... The hamlet is centred at the intersection of Warden Avenue and Bethesda Road in the south-eastern region of Whitchurch–Stouffville it flourished around 1875 ... distinction with the formation of a private telephone company, the Bethesda and Stouffville Telephone Association in 1904, with 1188 users from Newmarket to Markham by 1930 ...
Bethesda Big Train
... The Bethesda Big Train is a collegiate summer baseball team based in Bethesda, Maryland ... The Big Train is owned and operated by the non-profit The Bethesda Community Base Ball Club, Inc ...