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Zipporah

(zĭp`ərə), in the Bible, daughter of Jethro and wife of Moses.
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Malka Zipora dresse le portrait de la communaute juive hassidique ultra-orthodoxe de Montreal et fait tomber les barrieres culturelles (In the book Lekhaim!
By contrast, the Israelis in the narrative of Zipora Senderovich and in her husband's explanation are at a loss for the lack of gentiles, whom they could "cheat" more easily than they can Jews like themselves.
Recent research gives support for its effectiveness (Baber, 1992; Herbert & Kent; Holman, 1996; Jones, 2000; Zipora, 2000).
Other 2003 Rockland graduates transferred to Columbia University, Cornell University, Wesleyan University and Brown University, according to Rockland spokeswoman Zipora Reitman.
Zipora Shechtman, Aya Hiradin, and Samahar Zina, Faculty of Education, Haifa University, Israel.
He has sired nine children with his wife of 21 years, Zipora, and has decided to wed a second spouse: Taking their law from the Old Testament Book of Isaiah, the sect allows men up to seven wives.
Although it's rare for defendants to be removed from courtrooms, the commotion did not seem to surprise any of the approximately 20 people watching the hearing, including his wife Zipora and about a dozen Hirschfeld supporters.
My thanks to the late Zipora Brody for reading the translation of the preface.
Coverdale: Then toke Zipora a stone, and circumcised the foreskynne of hir sonne.
Mother-of-two Zipora Jacob, 44, says she was taken ill after stepping off the Indiana Jones Adventure Ride.
He was himself an accomplished though not a strikingly original writer, and he handled such classic forms as the short epic ("Buddha," 1869), the idyll ("Mose und Zipora," 1874), and iambic drama (Oenone, 1880) with charming ease.
Zipora Schorr, Beth Tfiloh's education director, called the "finalist" designation "a good-faith effort" on the part of MYLaw, a Baltimore-based nonprofit organization that supports programs to teach students about the law and the judicial system.