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Hanoch

(hā`nək) [Heb.,=EnochEnoch
, in the Bible. 1 Son for whom Cain named the city he built. 2 Father of Methuselah. It was said of him that he walked with God—a phrase used also of Noah—and also that like Elijah he was translated to heaven. An alternate form is Henoch.
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], in the Bible. 1 Son of Midian. It is also spelled Henoch. 2 Reuben's eldest son.
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To be a Jew is to stand trembling in the embrace of the essential mystery of humanity, that we are possessed of questions we cannot answer," wrote Hanoch in his essay.
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For helpful discussion and comments on earlier drafts, I'm grateful to Hanoch Dagan, Larissa Katz, Arthur Ripstein, Henry Smith, and Katrina Wyman.
The final section describes the transmutation of Hebrew drama and theatre into a secular and liberal enterprise, including the function of mythical mappings in secular drama, the theatrical need for the actualization of foreign canonic drama, and examples of productions that illustrate the Jewish nature of Israeli drama: the Itim Theatre versions of the biblical narrative on the daughter of Jephtah and Georg Buchner's Woyzeck, the Habima Theatre productions of Jean-Paul Sartre's Les Troyennes and Nissim Aloni's The American Princess, and the Cameri Theatre production of Hanoch Levin's Sufferings of Job.
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6) Following on work done by Marjorie Honig and Giora Hanoch for men, (7) Honig found that "partial retirement" in the form of bridge jobs constitutes a significant factor in women's employment patterns.
As papers are scanned, the bulk of them in Einstein's native German, the university will publish English translations and notes, said Hanoch Gutfreund, whose committee oversees the archive.
The rest will be digitized in time, said Hanoch Gutfreund, a university professor who is responsible for Einstein's intellectual property.
In a still-popular song from the 1980s, Israeli rock singer Shalom Hanoch mocks secular messianism.