Hamutal

Hamutal

(hāmyo͞o`təl), in the Bible, mother of Jehoahaz and Zedekiah.
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One can use Hamutal Tzamir's work on the figure of irony in State Generation poetry to reconstruct the power relations at play in the text, which constitute "the processes of individuation and autonomization of the author and of literature in terms taken directly from the collective political situation of their time: an emancipatory struggle, the establishment of a sovereign nation-state, issuing identity cards to members of the nation turned citizens." This dualism is made possible by the inherent double sense of the term "subject," designating at once both an individual subjected to the state, and an autonomous individual, whose subjection is an expression of his or her individual volition.
As argued by Hamutal Tsamir, the perception of places in Israel as unquestionably Jewish is in itself a political choice and can reveal a political stance that--when left unquestioned--contributes to the Zionist project.
The event included a panel discussion with Aharish and Hamutal Guri, executive director of the Dafna Fund; Prof.
Alongside direct references to "on my page" (Shiran) or to the enemy being "inside my Facebook" (Hamutal), interviewees referred to Facebook as "my space" (Maya), "my environment" (Michal), "my world" (Eran), and "my home" (Mirit).
"Touma-Sliman comes from the grassroots and is connected to feminist activities," says Hamutal Gouri, director of the Dafna Fund, Israel's only feminist philanthropy.
Schoenholtz & Hamutal Bernstein, Improving Immigration Adjudications Through Competent Counsel, 21 GEO.
Hamutal Adler, a single mother of two, was more flexible: "Just want a bit of beach,'' she wrote.
"All we've heard about is Iran," said Hamutal Guri, a mother of two also addressing the crowd, a day after Netanyahu railed against Tehran in a speech to the US Congress in Washington.
Drops, 23, and Hamutal Keizerman, 26, both of Junction City.
Teneromo," by Galina Eliasber; "Lea Goldberg and Leo Tolstoy," by Hamutal Bar-Yosef; "Tolstoy and Mysticism," by Vladimir Paperny; "'Each of Us Should Be Bohme' (The Masonic Text of War and Peace)," by Sergei Shargorodsky; "Alexander Druzhinin as Match Maker between Tolstoy and Denis Davydov," by Donna Tussing Orwin; "Prince P.