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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Only later are the parents identified as Amram and Jochebed and it is learned that this child, who came to be called Moses, was their third child, after Miriam and Aaron.
The winner was Amram Mitzna, 57, a former general and recently mayor of Israel's third largest city, the port of Haifa.
Amram argues for a transparent approach to valuation that works for all types of growth opportunities and that aligns internal corporate valuations with financial market pricing of growth.
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But in Exodus 6:20, Numbers 26:59, and 1 Chronicles 6:3 and 23:13, Moses' father is identified as Amram.
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Because Moses' parents, Amram and Jochebed, are nephew and aunt (Exodus 6:20)
In response to this reproach, Amram retakes his wife.
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This proven, risk-free economic model is the first of its kind and is versatile enough to be implemented at any multifamily property," states WattzOn CEO Martha Amram.