Amram


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Amram

(ăm`răm), in the Bible. 1 Moses' father; ancestor of a Levitical family. 2 Edomite. 1 Chron. 1.41. Hemdan: Gen. 36.26. 3 Jew who had married a foreign wife.
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13 and 31, DAH Theatre of Serbia performs its Chekhov-indebted The Story of Tea, and Ofer Amram of Israel travels to the U.
Amram Braha, of Gants Hill, was convicted of trademark infringement and was caged for ten months by Wood Green Crown Court.
Intergum, owned by the Amram family, has a 46 per cent share of the Turkish gum market and had group sales of about pounds 55 million in 2006.
In Vibrations, (1) published three years after the 1965 premiere of A Year in Our Land, David Amram vividly recounts receiving a call from Harold Aks, then conductor at the Interracial Chorale, who wanted him to write a cantata for chorus, orchestra, and soloists for a spring 1964 concert at Town Hall in New York.
Members of the delegation got a big helping of politics from former Israeli army general Amram Mitzna, whom they met with in private Wednesday.
The Israeli team behind the accord included a former minister, Yossi Beilin, and former Labour party leader, Amram Mitzna.
Early life: David William Duchovny was born August 7, 1960, in New York to a Scottish teacher mother, Margaret, and publicist and playwright father, Amram, who had Russian ancestors.
Not only did it collapse his unity government, force early elections, necessitate a cabinet reshuffle, and hasten the appointment of a determined foe, Amram Mitzna, as Labor Party leader.
Martha Amram, a management consultant specializing in valuation and corporate strategy, presents a methodology for valuing growth across all assets, including private equity, corporate growth projects, and intellectual property.
Born in the East Bronx (of Peruvian-Puerto Rican ancestry) in the summer of 1934, percussionist Ray Mantilla has performed and/or recorded with innumerable jazz and Latin artists (Dizzy Gillespie, Joe Farrell, Miguelito Valdes, Art Blakey, Billy Taylor, Machito, Charles Mingus, Freddie Hubbard, Sonny Stitt, Tito Rodriguez, Noro Morales, David Amram, Max Roach, Tito Puente, Richie Cole, Bobby Watson), in addition to claiming his own discography (mostly released by Red Records).
Real Options, by Martha Amram and Navil Kulatikala (Harvard Business School Press, Boston, 1998).
But in Exodus 6:20, Numbers 26:59, and 1 Chronicles 6:3 and 23:13, Moses' father is identified as Amram.