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Eleazar

(ĕlēā`zər), in the Bible. 1 Son of Aaron. 2 Keeper of the Ark of the Covenant. 3 Mighty man of David. 4 Man in the genealogy in the first chapter of the Gospel of St. Matthew. 5 One of the chief martyrs in the Maccabean period. An old man, he refused to eat swine's flesh.
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I thank the board for their confidence and support, and look forward to working with Elazar and his team.
MK Zevulun Kalfa and MK Elazar Strict declared, 4 Cheshvan 5774 during a Knesset Fund Panel session that they do not accept Finance Ministry issues provided to the committee for acceptance until such time the committee turns around the 12.
The Team England pair were in good form in the mens doubles where they breezed into the final after eye-catching displays to see off the challenge of Ukrainians Andriy Zinukhov and Leonov Kyrlo in the last eight and then Israeli pair Itay Elazar and Ziv Nadil at the semi final stage to book them a place in the showpiece.
One of the country's leaders who briefed the nation by television that evening was Army Chief of Staff Daniel Elazar.
However, Israeli ministers approved the bill presented by Elazar Stern, despite the opposition of Netanyahu and others, and the bill goes to final reading.
ISC East is an excellent opportunity for us to demonstrate our doorbell and our Long-Term Video Hosting solutions to distributors from all over the US who are looking to expand their offerings," said Elazar Hertz Van-Spiegel, founder and CEO of IL Solutions.
The attacks included the physical assault of a Palestinian man who entered the settlement of Shave Shomron by mistake; an arson attack causing damage to around 550 trees in southern Hebron reportedly by settlers from Haggay settlement; damage to a water cistern in Al Khader (Hebron), reportedly by settlers from Elazar settlement; Additionally, (not included in the count) a seven-year-old boy was injured in a hit-and-run incident in the H2 area of Hebron city.
The military exercise took six days, beginning on February 20, 1972, in the presence of Prime Minister Golda Meir, Defense Minister Moshe Dayan and Chief of Staff Lieutenant General David (Dado) Elazar and was carried out in deep secrecy.
Israeli irrigation expert Yuval Elazar is impressed by the way farm has developed and is using the technology without little Indian improvisations.
Elazar considers Joshua to be a political classic, arguing that its goal was not to provide a chronology of the Israelite conquests, but to spell out the rules by which Israel could have a federal covenant.
In the 16th century, kabbalist Elazar Azikri wrote a book called Seftr Haredim, which became a cornerstone of ethical and kabbalistic study.
Elazar further explained that "[t]his is in keeping with Jewish political culture that has always placed a high value on courts and judges as arbiters of the law" (ibid).