Judaic


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Judaic

, Judaical
1. of or relating to the Jews or Judaism
2. a less common word for Jewish
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The Judaic Jubilee calendar, as given to the people of the earth by the archangels, tells a fantastic story of the heavens and our place within it," Mark discloses about his work.
Here in Eugene, the Schnitzers established the Harold Schnitzer Family Program in Judaic Studies at the University of Oregon in 1998.
Eventually, Judaic religious men handed over Christ to Roman authorities who crucified him.
Jewish members of Women in Black hold with the centuries-old Judaic tradition of "bearing witness, railing against injustice, and foregoing silence," to quote an Israeli peace activist brought up by parents who survived the Holocaust.
So the span of time in the history of Judaism has proven sufficient to produce enduring Judaic religious systems.
Johnson partners Unleash for Philip Hobbs in the juvenile hurdle, Henry Daly's Judaic Ways in the three-mile handicap chase, the Richard Price-trained Quedex in the opener and Mary Reveley's Tissifer.
This is the inverted tree of the title, with its roots in the heavens and its branches reaching down into the earth, an im age of the origin and structure of the universe that appears in many different cosmologies but is most elaborated in the Indian and Judaic mystical traditions, both of which Smith knew well.
This is an example where the converts didn't need to be Judaic scholars to provide their descriptions, as simply living in the Jewish community would have been sufficient.
Professor Richard Freund, director of the Maurice Greenberg Centre for Judaic Studies at the University of Hartford in Connecticut, was part of an expedition at Qumran in the Judean Desert that made the discovery on Monday.
Lester is an award-winning author for YAs who is a professor at the University of Massachusetts; among other subjects, he teaches Judaic Studies.
He ties a vegetarian lifestyle into Judaic traditions such as charity, compassion for life, and peace.
The Tom George-trained Act In Time earned a possible tilt at the Tote Northern National at Newcastle in February after digging deep to better Judaic Ways in the Viscount Boyne Memorial Challenge Trophy.