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Rabbah

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Rabbath:

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, city (1997 est. pop. 1,415,000), capital of Jordan, N central Jordan, on the Jabbok (Wadi Zerka) River. Jordan's largest city and industrial and commercial heart, it is also a transportation hub, especially for pilgrims en route to Mecca.
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, Jordan.
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Where other scholars try to show midrash rather than tell it, or summarize midrash as a totality, Neusner in contrast permits the reader to get into the whole midrash genre; exegetical in the case of Genesis Rabbah, and homiletical in the case of Leviticus Rabbah.
Exodus Rabbah 21:6 also endeavors to reconcile the two different texts while creating a more complete story, but its means to achieve that goal are different.
We thought of Ignite as a marketplace where entrepreneurs can have one-on-one time with industry leaders because we believe that future partnerships will be beneficial for both parties," Rabbah said.
12) The claim is that this was the law for figures such as Rabbah bar bar Channah, who recognize a realm of obligation that goes beyond what the law can formally coerce.
Rabbah said in a statement to the press that the signing of this agreement gave concrete substance to the cooperation in force between the two countries, adding that his department aims to give scientific, technical and sectoral impetus to the historical and geographical ties between the two countries.
IBF LIGHT-WELTERWEIGHT champion Ricky Hatton is to surrender his title after refusing to fulfil his mandatory defence against Ben Rabbah.
BOXING: IBF light-welterweight champion Ricky Hatton is to surrender his title after refusing to fulfil his mandatory defence against Ben Rabbah.
They would be career-defining fights for me - and with all due respect to Rabbah he cannot be counted among the big names.
In discussing Genesis Rabbah in chapter one, for example, Shoulson shows how the text is situated "at a crucial moment of transition, from a Judaism accustomed to dealing with a radically other pagan Rome to a Judaism having to face an increasingly and disturbingly familiar Christian Rome.
Menn's Judah and Tamar in Ancient Jewish Exegesis, a revised University of Chicago Divinity School dissertation, aims to illuminate this dialectic by showing how a single biblical episode, the story of Judah and Tamar, was invested with new significances in three early Jewish interpretations: the Testament of Judah, Targum Neofiti, and Genesis Rabbah.
The moral clues given by the textual identification of the historical period are further expanded upon in a literary analysis of the first verse of Ruth offered by the Midrashic compilation Ruth Rabbah.
3 billion dirhams, Minister of Energy, Mining and Sustainable Development, Aziz Rabbah, said Tuesday in Rabat.