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Anath

(ā`năth), in the Bible, father of ShamgarShamgar
, in Judges, deliverer and apparently a judge of Israel. He slew 600 Philistines with an ox goad.
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At the studio, Anat conducts Dharma dialogues and teaches Vipassana meditation.
Anat Rosenberg, 39 - who fled her native Israel to escape terrorism - was one of 13 killed as the blast ripped the bus apart.
Aminov was one of the leaders of a tightly knit Sephardic Jewish community in the San Fernando Valley, which came together to support Anat Aminov as she planned to have her husband's body transported back to his native Israel following a memorial service on Sunday.
I am really glad that Anat was speaking to me when it happened,' he said
Anat, an NCH children's charity worker, served in the Israeli army before coming to England to study ballet at 20.
Seventh group Municipal Enterprise for Water - Sewage Anat.
Anat Cohen-Dayag stated, "During the past few years, the exceptional talent, experience and potential of the Compugen team have been increasingly demonstrated through the accelerating announcements of new platforms and product candidates in an increasing number of important medical areas.
Anat Rosenberg, 29, a charity worker from Israel, and partner of Walton-born John Falding, was also confirmed dead, believed to have been killed on the No 30 bus in Tavistock Square.
Anat Rosenberg, who had fled to London from her native Israel to escape terrorist attacks, has not been seen or heard from since a suicide bomber blew up the number 30 bus last Thursday.
By presenting adventurous younger artists such as Esperanza Spalding, Ambrose Akinmusire, Rudresh Mahanthappa, Miguel Zenon, Avishai and Anat Cohen, Hiromi, Trombone Shorty and John Hollenbeck along with veterans Wynton Marsalis, Michael Feinstein, Al Di Meola, Charles Lloyd, Randy Weston, Michel Camilo and so many others, we are making the start to fulfilling that mission.
Virchows Arch A Pathol Anat Histopathol 1992;420:371-4.