Hapoel Kaukab is an Israeli football club based in Kaukab Abu al-Hija. The club is currently in Liga Bet North A division.
Shapira is a surname, and may refer to:
David S. Shapira is an American businessman. He serves as Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President of Giant Eagle, Inc.
Benjamin Shapira was an Israeli biochemist.
Shapira (Shechunat Shapira) is a neighborhood in south Tel Aviv, Israel with a population of 8,000. It is located south of the Tel Aviv Central Bus Station and extends to the Ayalon Highway in the east, Mount Zion Boulevard in the west, and to Kibbutz Galuyot Street in the south.Shapira is home to a large community of migrants and foreign workers.
The Shapira Scroll was a manuscript carrying Biblical verses written in Paleo-Hebrew script. It was presented by Moses Shapira in 1883 as an ancient Biblical artifact, and was the focus of a major archaeological controversy.
The Shapira Hotel, at 209 N. Madison St. in Madisonville, Texas was built in 1904.
Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll is a Colombian singer-songwriter, arranger, record producer, dancer, actress and philanthropist. Born and raised in Barranquilla, she made her recording debut under Sony Music Colombia at the age of 13.
The Shapiro–Wilk test is a test of normality in frequentist statistics. It was published in 1965 by Samuel Sanford Shapiro and Martin Wilk.
The Shapiro time delay effect, or gravitational time delay effect, is one of the four classic solar-system tests of general relativity. Radar signals passing near a massive object take slightly longer to travel to a target and longer to return than they would if the mass of the object were not present.
The Shapiro–Senapathy algorithm is an algorithm for predicting the splice sites, exons and genes in animals and plants. This algorithm has the ability to discover disease-causing mutations in splice junctions in cancerous and non-cancerous diseases that is being used in major research institutions around the world.