Bezek

Bezek

(bē`zĕk), in the Bible. 1 Country or city of Adoni-bezek. 2 Bivouac of Israel.
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"The evidence base indicates that the relationship the Prime Minister and his closest associates had with (the owner of Bezek) Mr.
Experimental design: In 2012-2014, a field study was conducted at the Bezek Experimental Farm in the eastern part of Poland (51Adeg19' N, 23Adeg25' E).
The project owner is Anchorage School District, the architect and engineer are Bezek Durst Seiser and MBA Consulting Engineers, the general contractor is Roger Hickel Contracting.
Most of the children in the picture came from around the Vauxhall Road/Eldonian Area, between Blackstock Street & Mile End' Here you can see pictured Sarah Porter, Mary Sefton, Doris Clancy, Marjie Davis, Lily Wells, Marjie Towers, Anne Dutton, Thelma Scarrito, Marion Jones, Grace McLoughlan, Hilda Williams, Margaret Renton, Margaret Brown, Joan Gerrard, Rose Parry, Rita Mayer, Irene Nind, Irene Brannan, Primrose Atkinson, Josephine Hislop, Lily Long and Margaret Bezek - taken in 1952 at Penrhyn Street (off Great Homer Street).
(2.) Lukianova-Hleb E, Bezek S, Szigeti R, Khodarev A, Kelley T, Hurrell A, et al.
It has also been described as a complication of bronchopneumonia in cattle (BEZEK et al., 1995).
Bezek, "High power limits of waveguide stub tuners," J.
Christopher (2002) has defined the state anxiety as " a conscious perception of the feeling of anxiety along with mental fatigue, or activation of parasympathetic nervous system or stimulus (Bezek, 2008).
And Marija Jezernik (pseudonym of Marija Wirgler) was a youth writer and teacher who included fairy tales in her teaching and published Zajcek Bezek, zajcek Skok (Scapy Bunny, Hoppy Bunny) in 1925, Tri pravljice (Three Fairy Tales) in 1927, Medved Godrnjavcek (Grumpy the Bear) in 1929, Princesa Iza (Princess Iza) in 1930, and Beli bratec (White Little Brother) in 1938.
Prior to registering for the test Sharify had been tested on his knowledge of Jewish law by several renowned rabbis, including Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu, the chief rabbi of Tzfat, Rabbi Chaim Bezek, a senior dayan (religious judge) in the courts of Tiveria and Tzfat, and Rabbi Gidon Ben-Moshe, the head of Jerusalem's religious court.