Ohel


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Ohel

(ō`hĕl), in the Bible, one of Zerubbabel's sons.
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The Adult Mental Health Retreat provides three days of all inclusive fun and activities for over 125 adults with mental illness from the Rieder Mental Health Services Center in the Jaffa Family Campus and OHEL residences.
Ohel also tweeted a photograph of the Metropolitan Police talking to the people.
The Hebrew translation of the novel was by Abraham Singer, Ohel Tom (See Alan Mintz, Sanctuary in the Wilderness: A Critical Introduction to American Hebrew Poetry (Stanford University Press, 2011), 503, n.
Another study by Ohel G et al concluded that initiation of epidural analgesia in early labour following the first request for epidural, did not result in increased Caesarean deliveries, instrumental vaginal deliveries and other adverse effects, furthermore, it was associated with a shorter duration of the first stage of labour and was clearly preferred by women.
(11.) Ohel G, Gonen R, Vaida S, Barak S, Gaitini L.
'al wede Shalom Duber Levin [Diary of the Special Mission: Delegation sent by the Rebbe to Russia for locating and redeeming the books of our rabbis] (Brooklyn: Sifriyat Agudat Hasside Habad, Ohel Yosef Yitshak, Lyubavitsh, 5761/2000 or 2001), p.
Through poems such as Efros's Vigvamim shotekim (silent wigwams)--a love story between an English painter and the daughter of the chief of the Nanticoke Indians in the seventeenth century, brutally rejected by the white colonists but not by the native Americans--or Silkiner's Mul Ohel Timura (before the tent of Timmura)--a tale of the downfall of a native tribe at the time of the Spanish conquest of the Americas--the Hebraists could express individual impotence and national outrage, Zionist empathy for agriculture and territory, and critique of industrialism, while groping for some kind of Americanness they could relate to.
Aparecen otros nombres como el Teatro Experimental del Distrito, el Teatro Experimental de la Enad; el Teatro Experimental de la Universidad de America, el Teatro Experimental Ohel, el Teatro Experimental de Manizales, el Teatro Experimental Independiente, entre muchos otros, fenomeno que se mantiene en constante crecimiento hasta 1960.
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).