Gimzo

Gimzo

(gĭm`zō), town, SW ancient Palestine, N of Gezer. Second Chronicles reports that it was conquered by the Philistines in Ahaz's time.
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Residents of the nearby town of Gimzo evacuated Torah scrolls from the community synagogue as the flames approached.
THE world stopped with a screech this month as the iPhone 5 was finally revealed to the world, as millions upon millions of people all wanted to see what the latest piece of Apple's gimzo elite would look like - the revelation being "a lot like the iPhone 4s, but a bit different".
Having for twenty-two years been a disciple of Nahum of Gimzo, a blind quadriplegic with an ulcer-covered body whose disciples were astounded that such a saintly man could be so ill, Akiva learned from his master's example and taught that it is necessary to be happy both in prosperity and in adversity, inasmuch the love of God is unrestricted, unconditional, and independent of our good fortune or prosperity.
tested Pools/individuals Jerusalem outskirts Ma'ale Adumim 51 51 9 individuals 5 pools of 5 3 pools of 4 5 individuals Jericho Makoh 30 10 Pool of 4 6 individuals Center Gimzo 45 15 Pool of 5 Pool of 3 Pool of 3 4 individuals Tiberias Migdal 8 8 Pool of 4 Pool of 4 Be'er Sheva, Arad Valley Hurvat Kasif 50 10 10 individuals Region/location PCR result % Infestation Jerusalem outskirts Ma'ale Adumim -- <1.9 -- -- -- Jericho Makoh -- 6.6 1+ Center Gimzo + 13-40 -- -- 1+ Tiberias Migdal + 12.5-50 -- Be'er Sheva, Arad Valley Hurvat Kasif 4 positive 40 Table 2.
"In the sphere of halakhic [legal] Midrash, Ishmael consistently sought the literal meaning of a biblical verse." [17] According to Akiba (and his teacher, Nahum of Gimzo), however, "there is no redundancy in the text and any duplication is present in order to teach us something new".