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Eleazar

(ĕlēā`zər), in the Bible. 1 Son of Aaron. 2 Keeper of the Ark of the Covenant. 3 Mighty man of David. 4 Man in the genealogy in the first chapter of the Gospel of St. Matthew. 5 One of the chief martyrs in the Maccabean period. An old man, he refused to eat swine's flesh.
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Elazar Stern said Tuesday officials made the decision because they no longer wanted ideological units in the armed forces.
Elazar and others during periods of cooperative federalism.
Wilschanski, of the Gush Etzion town of Elazar, emigrated from London in 1985 and was recently named the head of the pediatric gastroenterology department at Hadassah Hospital Ein Kerem.
In the introduction to his path breaking volume The American Partners hip (1962), Daniel Elazar offered the proposed (and subsequently confirmed) hypothesis "that virtually all the activities of government in the nineteenth-century United States were cooperative endeavors, shared in much the same manner as governmental programs are shared in the twentieth century.
Elazar Stern, the army's chief educational officer.
Elazar, or the global theories of Gabriel Almond and Sidney Verba or Aaron Wildavsky and colleagues, suggest the breadth of this cultural explanation.
Additional SES Toronto sessions featuring Canadian marketers include Enterprise Level SEO with Lyndsay Walker, TD Bank Group, and Maximizing ROI in e-Commerce , with Elazar Gabay, LeSite.
The incident followed the funeral of Hebron resident Elazar Leibovitz.
Elazar on The covenant Tradition in Politics, which was the central occupation of the final decade of his life.
LOS ANGELES -- Orly Adelson, president, dick clark productions (dcp) and Ariel Elazar, VP digital distribution and brand licensing, dcp, announced the inaugural "American Music Awards New Media Honors", presented by SunTrust, which will take place November 18th as part of the first annual, American Music Conference co-produced by Varietyat the Event Deck at L.
By Elazar Levin (courtesy of Israel's Business Arena)
In 1973, Daniel Elazar published "Cursed by Bigness or Toward a Post-Technocratic Federalism," a trenchant analysis of how the centralization of economic and social institutions was complicating efforts to maintain federal arrangements.