Zaccai

Zaccai

(zăk`āī, zəkā`ī), in the Bible, family that returned from the Exile.
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The cast includes Guillaume Canet, Benoit Poelvoorde, Jean-Hugues Anglade, Marina Fois, Philippe Katerine, Felix Moati, Alban Ivanov, Balasingham Thamilchelvan, Jonathan Zaccai, Melanie Doutey, Noee Abita, and Claire Nadeau.
Abudy, A., Sufrin-Ringwald, T., Dayan-Glick, C., Guenoune-Gelbart, D., Livneh, O., Zaccai, M., & Lapidot, M.
(10.) Falik Zaccai TC, Kalfon L, Klar A, Elisha MB, Hurvitz H, Weingarten G, Chechik E, Fleisher Sheffer V, Haj Yahya R, Meidan G, Gross-Kieselstein E, Bauman D, Hershkovitz S, Yaron Y, Orr-Urtreger A, Wertheimer E.
In spite of the increase in awareness and concern for environmental issues over the last several decades (Zaccai 2008), there would appear to be a gap between consumers' environmental attitudes and behaviour as evidenced by the fact that 'environmentally concerned consumers do not seem to show any consistent preference for environmentally friendly products in their purchase behaviour' (Kilbourne & Pickett 2008: 885).
Often, the existence of such challenges demonstrate that economic, political and demographic factors are large objects of unexpected changes, fostering the emergence of opportunities, forming a propitious environment for paradigm changes (ZACCAI, 2012; HJERPE; LINNER, 2009).
(9) The effect Mathias Binswanger (2013) calls "Statustretmuhle" belongs here as well: He describes how people gain satisfaction and happiness out of comparing their situation with the situation of others in their environment (see also Zaccai 2007, Veblen 1899 [1994]).
Zaccai, "The effect of water on protein dynamics," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.