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Bithiah

(bĭthī`ə), in the Bible, a Pharaoh's daughter, wife of a Judahite.
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Batya was interviewed and spoke of her studies at the Hebrew University but revealed that she really wanted to study at the Bezalel Academy of Art.
a police officer in the missing persons bureau gruffly demands of 20-something Batya (Sarah Adler).
Azaria Gitlin, for instance (A Perfect Peace), Michel Somo (Black Box), Matityahu Demkov (Where the Jackals Howl), Isaac Hamburger, Zachari-Siegiried Berger (Elsewhere, Perhaps), Batya Pinsky ("Hollow Stone"), and so on.
Batya Goldman, whose family joined the synagogue after moving to Simi Valley from Jerusalem eight months ago, said she was reminded of her own son's hair-cutting ceremony nearly three years prior.
BATYA ELBAUM (CEC #121), Assistant Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning, University of Miami, Florida.
David Zvika Hadar Batya Esti Zackheim Shimon Aryeh Moskuna Vickie Orly Peri
Worth noting is the rarity of Israel in almost all of American Jewish detective fiction, despite the masterful writings of the Israeli author Batya Gur - three superb novels have been translated into English, beginning with The Literary Murder - and the American born Robert Rosenberg who moved to Israel more than 20 years ago.
With the addition of the Sheraton Centro Historico Hotel & Convention Center, we can offer both the leisure and business traveler an excellent choice in hotel accommodations in the capital's downtown area," stated Batya Brykman, Vice President, Latin America Division and Director of Operations Mexico and Central America, for Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.
For more information contact Batya Levy at batyalevy@rogers.
These two documents are part of the collection of Adolf Avraham Berman, who was a resistance activist and courageously collected pieces of information during the war, together with his wife Batya.
Sara Batya, movement disorder specialist; Don Dickman, elder law attorney; Victoria Spear, hospice volunteer; and Sally Stevens, PRO social worker.
Both Batya and Henya had married Yemenite men, immigrants who grew up in the desolate "development towns" in the Negev: both college-educated.