Hezir

Hezir

(hē`zĭr), in the Bible. 1 Chief priest in the time of David. 2 Signer of the covenant.
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'We even have all the crops mentioned in 'Bahay Kubo' plus ampalaya (bitter gourd),' farm manager Hezir Rabaya told the Inquirer.
Department of Treasury, provided an update on Treasury issues; Joseph Hezir, vice president, EOP Group, spoke on the tax aspects of a cap-and trade system; and Douglas Holtz-Eakin, senior policy advisor, John McCain Presidential Campaign, gave a campaign update.
The two principal remains of such funerary monuments, the priestly B'nei Hezir tomb from the Qidron Valley in the eastern part of the city, and Jason's tomb (also probably belonging to a priestly family) in the west, in what is known today as the Rehavia neighborhood, were both built in typical Hellenistic fashion - the former with its facade in classic Doric style (columns, pilasters, and frieze), the latter with its single Doric column and pyramid-type monument.
The information in Table VI is from the inscription on the tomb of the Ben8 Hezir in the Kidron Valley, as read by N.