Ohel


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Ohel

(ō`hĕl), in the Bible, one of Zerubbabel's sons.
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Along with the OHEL Bais Ezra staff, TDF staff provided any necessary assistance to individuals and families, to help ensure a most enjoyable experience for all.
Ohel also tweeted a photograph of the Metropolitan Police talking to the people.
Por ejemplo, el Teatro Experimental Ohel, creado en 1956 y dirigido especialmente a la comunidad judia, tuvo como director a Abraham Zalzman quien habia sido alumno de Cabrera y Moscovici y tenia una relacion cercana con los directores de la television.
So, for instance, Weingrad observes that the long poems, Mul ohel Timmura [Before the tent of Timmura; 1910) by Silkiner and Lisitzky's Medurot doakbot [Dying campfires; 1937], are the poets' struggles with Jewish issues either as the notion of America-for-the-Jews in case of the former (p.
Literary epics such as Silkiner's Mul Ohel Timurah (1910; Before the tent of Timurah), Efros's Vigamim Shotqim (1933; Silent wigams), and Lisitzky's Medurot do'akhot (1937; Dying campfires) are different, and yet all of the poems discovered are connected to what was Americanness.
23) These ideas and principles are demonstrated in Sharon's emblematic work Ohel Ha'ela--Har Gilboa (The goddess tent--Mount Gilboa).
Yaakov D, Ohel I, Levy A, Gershon H, Eyal S, Lack of prenatal care: an independent risk factor for perinatal mortality among macrosomic newborns.
Brightly illustrated with cheerful, colorful artwork, I Go to the Ohel is a picturebook designed especially to teach young Jewish children (or children of any other faith
Ohel C, Heiervang E, Rodriguez A, Heyerdahl S, Smedje H, Sourander A, et al.
Linder N, Karetnyi Y, Gidony Y, Ohel G, Levin E, Kuint J et al.
Mandel (CEO, OHEL Children's Home and Family Services, New York) and Pelcovitz (Jewish education, pastoral psychology, Yeshiva U.