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Gershom

(gûr`shəm), in the Bible. 1 Moses' first son. 2 See GershonGershon
, in the Bible, Levi's first son. An alternate form is Gershom.
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. 3 One of Ezra's companions.
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The lives of Hannah Arendt and Gershom Scholem were variations on the same fate.
So she translates To Huu, a persecuted Vietnamese poet who wrote poems in prison by sticking pins into leaves to form the words and smuggling the branches out to waiting friends; Nelly Sachs, who spent her life rescuing her native German from the language of the Nazis by studying Gershom Sholem's translations from the Zohar and the translation of the Hebrew Bible by Martin Buber and Franz Rosenzweig; Eugenie Goldstern, a native of Odessa who devoted her life to studying the dialects of the Savoie until, as a Jew, she was banned from her university position as an ethnologist in Vienna by an anti-Semitic administrator in 1924 and had to live in exile in Sweden.
A young scholar in search of himself, Shmuel Ash is recovering from a breakup when he goes to work as a live-in attendant to gruff, elderly Gershom Wald, a former schoolteacher.
Vice Chairman, Senate Committee on Petroleum Resource (Upstream), Senator Gershom Bassey, gave the hint in Lagos of Friday, while speaking at the opening ceremony of the 35th Annual International Conference and Exhibition of the Nigerian Association of Petroleum Explorationists (NAPEP).
While most papers are historical reconstructions of transnational elements in representative Jewish biographies (Rosa Luxemburg; Jacob Katz; Reinhold, Erich, and Gershom Scholem; Walter and Helmut Gernsheim), several others deal with transnationalism in the arts, featuring papers on literature, film, photography, architecture, and music.
In his early years in Israel, he rubs shoulders with the architects of the fledgling state and brilliant minds such as Gershom Scholem and Carlo Ginzburg, among others.
I am indebted to Gershom Gorenberg, whose work 1 have admired for many years, for taking the time to respond to my article in Tikkun.
In a letter to Rabbi Andrew Sacks, director of the Rabbinical Assembly of the Conservative movement in Israel, the Jewish Agency said it has recognized the community as Jewish since 2009 and also recognizes the authority of its rabbi, Gershom Sizomu.
Also, Obadele was first to mention the name Antenor Firmin and the title of Firmin's monumental 1885 text during a telephone conference with Gershom Williams in the spring of 2012 which resulted in a special print and electronic edition of The Journal of Pan African Studies, (winter 2014; vol.
Nine years later, Moses settled in Midian with a wife Zipporah (Maria Valverde) and son Gershom (Hal Hewetson).
Nine years later, Moses is settled in Midian with a wife Zipporah (Maria Valverde) and son Gershom (Hal Hewetson).