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Dayan

Moshe . 1915--81, Israeli soldier and statesman; minister of defence (1967; 1969--74) and foreign minister (1977--79)
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ister dayanim kapasitesi, ister bir desen, ister tipik bir bicim olsun, tum bu teorilerde "malzeme dogasi" tumuyle geffaf, degigmez ve kogullardan bagimsiz bir bilgi olarak ongorulmugtur.
Ornegin her ne kadar malzemelerin strukturel ozelliklerine gore kullanilmasini talep etmigse de, malzemelerin dayanim sinirlarini zorlayan aciklik ve konsollar tasarlamigtir.
Dayanim must also maintain exceedingly high standards of personal
According to the halachic codes, (152) dayanim are disqualified for
"In one fell swoop, Congress destroyed both of those defenses," says Dayanim. "As far as the locus [of the violation] goes, they're saying it doesn't matter for the purposes of UIGEA where the wager is occurring or where the business is located.
New York, NY, November 13, 2012 --(PR.com)-- The Knowledge Group/The Knowledge Congress Live Webcast Series, the leading producer of regulatory focused webcasts, has announced that Behnam Dayanim, Partner, Paul Hastings LLP will speak at the Knowledge Congress' webcast entitled: “Advertising Sweepstakes and Contests in Social Media LIVE Webcast.” This event is scheduled on November 28, 2012 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM ET.
The Dayanim ruled that the woman's request to marry a Cohen meant that she was in the halachic state of 'Shaat Dachak' (time of distress) where it is possible to facilitate their request and enact a divorce without a 'Get.'
"Market Dynamics presents a revolutionary method for predicting the price movement behavior of traded securities based on known and projected fundamentals," explains Josh Dayanim, the founder of Market Dynamix.
Shavei Israel arranged for a team of six dayanim (rabbinical court judges) to travel to India in order to carry out the conversions with the approval of Israel's Sephardic Chief Rabbi Shlomo Amar.
The Chief Rabbi sent a delegation of two Dayanim (judges) to India last year," Rabbi Birnbaum said, "to conduct a thorough investigation of the community and its origins.
The dayanim (rabbinic judges) wrote in their ruling that they were guided by the principle of equality between the sexes.