Gedaliah

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Gedaliah

(gĕdəlī`ə), in the Bible. 1 Son of Jeremiah's protector Ahikam and guardian under Nebuchadnezzar of the Jews who were exempt from the Captivity. He was treacherously murdered, and the day of his death in the seventh month is still observed as a Jewish fast. 2 Musician. 3 Ancestor of Zephaniah. 4 Opponent of Jeremiah. 5 One who had a foreign wife.
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But buy them for Tisha B'Av, Tzom Gedalia, or a random Wednesday.
Rabbi Gedalia Shorr, who immigrated as a youngster in 1922, was the only signer who had spent significant time training in America.
The Chief Rabbinate issued no explanations as to why the conversions of Rabbi Gedalia Dov Schwartz were rejected, sparking vehement protests by the Rabbinical Council of America last Friday.
Datos similares fueron obtenidos por Van der Giessen et al con un 20,8%, Jonsson con un 27,7% y Gedalia y Press con un 12% (12,55).
In another study, Gedalia and Zamir (8) reported neurologic manifestations in 13 of 101 children with FMF.
See Ray Moses Trani, Kiryat Sefer on Yad, Is-surei Bi'ab, 21; "Contraception within Can-temporary Orthodoxy," by Gedalia Meyer and Henoch Messner and Integral Halachah: Transcending and Including, by Rabbis Zalman Schachter-Shalomi and Daniel Siegel.
But then Gedalia questions why the Revolution must be against religion.
Chaya's mother and father, Esther and Gedalia Applegrad, alleged that the hospital and other defendants deviated from the applicable standard of care during Chaya's birth.