Phinehas

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Phinehas

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Phinees

(both: fĭn`ēəs), in the Bible. 1 Grandson of Aaron. His prompt punishment of two flagrant sinners made his name a symbol of holy, zealous indignation. 2 One of Eli's sacrilegious sons: see HophniHophni
, in the Bible, son of Eli. With his brother he met death because of sacrileges.
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Pinchas Cohen says, "All the evidence shows that HGH is one of the safest drugs we have.
I assume that the mohel had cut too much of his penis during the circumcision," Pinchas said.
The religious judge who handled their case, Pinchas Toledano, derides Rachel David as an ``actress'' for going to the news media.
The meeting will be held at the Company's offices at 72 Pinchas Rosen Street, Tel Aviv, Israel.
Several hours after the boy - Pinchas ben [son of] Sarit - arrived at the hospital, his condition was reported as serious but stable.
Shlomo Rodav, as well as Robert Bednarek, Pinchas Buchris, Gideon Chitayat, Abraham Neyman, and external director, Ms.
We will not move from here, we will stay here at the Ranan Junction until we are allowed to continue toward Gush Katif," Pinchas Wallerstein told protesters.
Pinchas Zukerman conducted, then turned his attention to the advertised Beethoven and a serious-toned reading of his almost defiantly feel-good Second Symphony.
Jarchi with the Santa Monica, CA law firm of Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP represent the Claimants, including the Estate of Assaf Deri through the decedent's parents, Pinchas Deri and Yehudit Deri.
Yesha leader Pinchas Wallerstein told Karadi and Southern District police commander Uri Bar-Lev during a meeting Tuesday evening in Sderot that more than 500 families in Sderot have offered to house participants at the rally.
Pinchas Zukerman plays violin and conducts the National Arts Centre Orchestra at Symphony Hall tonight (8pm), and joins the CBSO for concerts there on March 28 and 30.
Pinchas Cohen of UCLA, which focused on the effects of IGFBP-3 in promoting prostate cancer cell death.