Paltiel

Paltiel

(păl`tīəl), in the Bible, prince of Issachar.
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Avraham Yoffe and Paltiel Selah of the NRA facilitated my access to Ramat Issachar; and local residents who were most helpful included Yaron Lavi and his family at Moshav Moledet, and Utia Bassevitch and Ruth Zarchi of Kibbutz Ein Harod.
Walensky RP, Weinstein MC, Smith HE, Freedberg KA, and Paltiel AD.
Announcement of competition: Project Julius Paltiel space is the result of a design competition.
The same idea is presented in two recently published medieval commentaries on the Pentateuch, Moshav Zeqanim (14) and Perushei Rabbenu Hayyim Paltiel al Ha-Torah.
Yossi Paltiel and research student Oren Ben-Dor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem's Harvey M.
Anirban Basu, David Paltiel, and I published an economic analysis of substance abuse treatment services that included (but were not restricted to) individuals with co-occurring disorders.
This was particularly highlighted at the conference, where Professor Paltiel patiently and in great detail discussed complex paediatric ultrasound topics.
On the disputed fate of Polemo II see (most recently) Thonemann 2004; Paltiel 1991:248 believes he abdicated; cf.
7) Jeremy Paltiel, The Empire's New Clothes: Cultural Particularism and Universal Value in China's Quest for Global Status (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007), p.
Liebergall-Wischnitzer M, Hockner-Celnikier D, Lavy Y, Manor O, Shveiky D, Paltiel O.
Funai EF, Paltiel OB, Malaspina D, Friedlander Y, Deutsch L, Harlap S.