Ezri


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Ezri

(ĕz`rī), in the Bible, officer under David.
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With all our love, Trish, Fran, Garreth, Ezri, Alex, Zane, Kaleb and Chase.
The investors--heavily Jewish Iranians in South ern California--who were bilked by Ezri Namvar's phony investment scheme now know they are unlikely ever to get much of their money back.
The link between skin vasomotor tone variation and depth of anaesthesia has been noted before (5) and a relationship between the PPG waveform amplitude to depth of anaesthesia was first demonstrated by Ezri in 19986.
EZRI (Ezrin) is localized at the membrane region and the complex membrane-ezrin-actin has multiple cellular functions, including cell adhesion, motility and phagocytosis (Brambilla and Fais, 2009).
The star founded it through his Music Rising charity alongside Gibson Guitar chief Henry Juszkiewicz and producer Bob Ezri.
This project brings together many elements that are central to d-Vision: outstanding design and art, advanced technology, and commitment to our community," said Professor Ezri Tarazi, head of the d-Vision program.
Special thanks to Ezri Carlebach, 2010 Gold Quill Awards chair, and our 2010 Blue Ribbon Panel, who conducted all final judging in San Francisco.
To cope with increasing work pressures, Aaron hires an apprentice, Ezri (Ran Danker), and the undeniable spark of attraction between the two men kindles a forbidden desire.
Soon a young, darkly handsome yeshiva student, Ezri, arrives on the scene in a downpour, asking to borrow Aaron's phone in order to call a friend.
Ezri T, Kunichezky S, Eliraz A, Soroker D, Halperin D, Schattner A.
The elements essential to the genre are all there: the defiantly committed homosexual, here Ezri (Ran Danker), a homeless student who has ventured to the community in search of an ex-lover (who now rejects him) and instead finds shelter and a job in a butcher shop; the reluctant lover, Aaron the butcher (Zohar Strauss), a married orthodox Jew, deeply committed to his faith, his family and his community; the rigid and oppressive community within which the affair takes place; and, of course, the tragic demise of one of the lovers.
Shahvar, who is senior lecturer in the department of Middle Eastern history and director of the Ezri Center for Iran and Persian Gulf Studies at the University of Haifa in Israel.