Jehoshua


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(jəhŏsh`o͝oə), variants of JoshuaJoshua
, in the Bible. 1 Central figure of the book of Joshua. 2 High priest associated with Zerubbabel in rebuilding the Temple. 3 Owner of the field where the Ark of the Covenant stood. 4 In Second Kings, governor of Jerusalem.
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The Right of Return of the Palestinians was transformed by Oz, Grossmann and Jehoshua into an existential argument which was eagerly taken up by their French counterparts like Bernard-Henri Levy and others and used in France to promote a "racist fear of immigrants".
With the help of Nuha Dabbouseh, a member of the local Islamic Cultural Center (ICC), Gretchen and Deanna secured sponsorship from Glenview Community Church, B'nai Jehoshua Beth Elohim (BJBE), a Reform Jewish congregation, and the ICC, as well as the support of individual donors and local businesses.
While I do not list in the bibliography collections of survivors' oral testimony such as those by Cynthia Crane, Jehoshua Eibeshitz and Anna Eibeshitz, Brana Gurewitsch, Vera Laska, Ilana Rosen, and Lore Shelley, such texts are, nevertheless, important with regard to the relevance of "ordinary" women who have not written themselves.
production, in association with the Jehoshua Rabinowitz Foundation, Tel Aviv Foundation for the Arts Cinema Project, Recanati Foundation, Tel Aviv Cinematheque.
ELIASHBERG, JEHOSHUA, JEDID-JAH JONKER, MOHANBIR S.
In the Pirqe Avoth, or Sayings of the Fathers, that small tractate of the Talmud which constitutes the pithiest and most eloquent guide to a righteous life that I know, we are exhorted, in the name of Jehoshua ben Perachyah, "Procure a teacher for thyself.
Michael, Stephen Ansolabehere, Erick Antonsson, Jehoshua Bruck, Steven Graves, Nicholas Negroponte, Thomas Palfrey, Ron Rivest, and Charles Stewart.
The Jewish convert Hieronymus de Sancta Fide (ex-rabbi and physician of Alcaniz, known as Jehoshua ha-Lorqui), who was instrumental in bringing about the famous `Disputation' of Tortosa (1413-14), is the topic of Moises Orfali's article (`The Portuguese Edition (1565) of Hieronymus de Sancta Fide's Contra Iudaeos', pp.