Elzaphan

Elzaphan

(ĕl`zəfăn, ĕlzā`–), the same as ElizaphanElizaphan
. In the Bible, Aaron's cousin. An alternate spelling is Elzaphan.
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7 billion hours of care from unpaid caregivers, asked Elzaphan Hotam, CEO of Morristown, NJ-based Enzymotec USA Inc.
Fishbane's analysis does not deal with the evidence that the death of Nadab and Abihu may have been because they worshipped God while naked, a suggestion first made by Philo, (17) and supported by the fact that Moses instructs Mishael and Elzaphan to carry the burnt corpses of Nadab and Abihu out of the sanctuary by their tunics (Leviticus 10: 4-5), implying that their tunics were not burned in the fire that God sent to consume them because they had failed to wear them in spite of the biblical imperative to do so.
Elzaphan Hotam, BSc, MBA, vice president, Business Development, Enzymotec, is optimistic about the resurfacing of the PS-DHA conjugate concept.