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Zadok

(zā`dŏk), in the Bible. 1 Founder of a prominent priestly family. 2 One of David's men. 3 Grandfather of Jotham. 4 Sealer of the Covenant. 5 High priest. 6, 7 Builders of the wall. 8 Scribe. The last two may be the same.
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Koshertorah School founder Rabbi Ariel Bar Tzadok said these fallen angels from the "ancient legend of the Books of Enoch" violated divine law by coming to Earth.
Tzadok Malichi, 80, emigrated with his family from Yemen when he was nine.
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Enter Tzadok (Hasidic rap and reggae artist Matisyahu malting his acting debut), the devout but eccentric son of a rabbi who offers aid and a spiritual solution when no one else will.
As the 19th-century sage Rabbi Tzadok HaKohen put it: "Just as it is important to believe in God, it is just as important to believe in yourself" (Tzidkat Hatzadik, No.
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JCF's head, Rabbi Tzadok Ben-Artzi, justified the war saying:
Finally, Meir and Tzadok (2000) found that congruence was related to satisfaction when comparing each worker's Holland code with every other worker's code, but did not find a relationship when congruence was calculated by the traditional method (comparing an individual's code to an environmental code).