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Abiram

(əbī`rəm), in the Bible. 1 Reubenite who died with his brother DathanDathan
, in the Bible, Reubenite who, with his brother Abiram and with Korah, was consumed by fire from heaven.
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. 2 Son of a rebuilder of Jericho, associated obscurely with its foundations.
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The companys continued growth also saw two important new hires Aviram Shotten as the Chief Knowledge and Innovation Officer, and Scott Abney as the Chief Sales Officer.
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In 2013, Aviram returned to Southern California to open Maude with Stone.
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Combining forces will help accelerate our plans and lower our execution risks," Mobileye founders Amnon Shashua and Ziv Aviram noted in the memo to their employees.
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Furthermore, more modern theoretical approaches to the lyric--Altieri (2006), Aviram (2001), Perloff (2002)--have broadened our concept of the lyric genre beyond monologism, a fact which is overlooked by Morris in his discussion.
Aviram M, Dornfeld L, Rosenblat M, Volkova N, Kaplan M, Coleman R.
Instead, contrary to the narrative that both Aviram and Gottschalk provide, the story of postcrisis reform is likely more one of politics (and the political cover provided by the crisis) than of economic necessity.
Growing public awareness of the spiraling costs of this hypertrophic carceral machine--in terms of its fiscal and social sustainability--seems to have provided, for the first time since the onset of the punitive turn in the mid-1970s, a window of opportunity to challenge the American penal state and to question its compatibility with any notion of democratic citizenship (see Aviram 2015; German and Weaver 2014).