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Elisheba

(ēlĭsh`əbə) [Heb.,=worshiper of God; Elizabeth is a Greek form], in the Bible, Aaron's wife.
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South African husband and wife Reverends Roni and Elisheva Mechanic were licensed this week by the Bishop of Durham, the Right Revd Paul Butler, to run the churches in the Escomb group of rural parishes.
For example, Elisheva Rogosa is an organic farmer in western Massachusetts who spent many years in the Middle East researching ancient grains.
She called Elisheva Green, director of the Friendship Circle in San Diego, and said she wanted to start a camp for children with special needs.
Carlebach, Elisheva, Palaces of Time: Jewish Calendar and Culture in Early Modern Europe.
My life partner Elisheva is a rabbi as well and is a driving force in our riving an authentic life in harmony with both our ranch and our traditional Jewish practice.
Elisheva Farrell, the Birmingham shopworker who sparked an internet bidding frenzy when auctioning her last work - a bottle filled with rubbish - has unveiled her latest creation.
Elisheva Farrell, the Birmingham shopworker who sparked an internet bidding frenzy when auctioning her last masterpiece - a bottle filled with rubbish - is about to unveil her latest creation.
Adapted from Elisheva Margulies's recipe on myjewisblearning.
Palaces of Time by Elisheva Carlebach, a richly illustrated book on the development of the Jewish calendar is reviewed by Rachael Kohn, while Graeme Gill examines Isaiah Gruber's Orthodox Russia in Crisis, a history of Russia during what is known as "the time of trouble" between 1598 when Fyodor I died without issue and 1613 when Mikhail Romanov ascended the throne, initiating a dynasty that lasted until the Russian Revolution of 1917.
15) Elisheva Carlebach has detailed these incidents: "The deep suspicion of Jewish converts held by medieval Christian society resulted in a persistent drive by converts to prove their loyalty to Christianity by attacking Jews and Judaism.
With extraordinary energy and commitment, Kraut devoted himself to that task until his retirement from administrative duties in 2006, when Professor Elisheva Carlebach praised her colleague's "brilliance and dedication" as well as his "great dignity, eloquence, integrity and sense of humor.
Elisheva was a descendant of Aaron (Luke 1:5) and thus a powerful priestly leader in her own right, as well as with her husband, Zechariah.