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  • 1 AHER — Latin. alter, sive posterior, aut nivissimus. Nomen viri 1. Paral. c. 7. v. 12 …

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  • 2 aher — aher·ma·typ·ic; …

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  • 3 aher- — *aher germ.?, Substantiv: nhd. Ahorn; ne. maple; Hinweis: s. *ahira , *ahar ; Etymologie: s. ing. *ak̑er , *ok̑er , Adjektiv, spitz, Pokorny 20; vergleiche …

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  • 4 âher — (A.) [ ﺮﺧﺁ ] başka, diğer …

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  • 5 AHER — Başka, diğer, gayrı …

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  • 6 Elisha ben Avuyah (Aher) — (fl. 2nd cent)    Palestinian tanna. He was born in Jerusalem. He came to doubt the unity of God, divine punishment, and ultimately renounced Judaism. Although befriended by Meir, the rabbis dissociated themselves from him and referred to him as… …

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  • 7 şahsı ahar (aher): — şahsı âhar (âher): başkası; üçüncü kişi …

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  • 8 ahermatypic — aher·ma·typ·ic …

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  • 9 ELISHA BEN AVUYAH — ELISHA BEN AVUYAH, tanna, quoted once in the Mishnah as saying: Learning in youth is like writing with ink on clean paper, but learning in old age is like writing with ink on blotted paper (Avot 4:20). From the position of this saying toward the… …

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  • 10 HEBREW LITERATURE, MODERN — definition and scope beginnings periodization …

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  • 11 Elisha ben Abuyah — flourished AD 100 Jewish scholar and apostate. Born before the destruction of the Second Temple of Jerusalem (AD 70), he became a respected rabbi but then won notoriety for breaking Jewish laws and abandoning Judaism. He was well versed in Greek… …

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  • 12 aha- — *aha , *ahaz, *ahi , *ahiz germ., stark. Neutrum (az/iz): nhd. Ähre; ne. ear (Neutrum) (2); Rekontruktionsbasis: an., afries., ahd.; Hinweis: s. *ahsa ; Etymologie …

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  • 13 MIDRESHEI HALAKHAH — (Heb. מִדְךְשׁי הֲלָכָה; Halakhic Midrashim ), the appellation given to a group of tannaitic expositions on four books of the Pentateuch. This body of tannaitic literature will be discussed below under the following headings: (1) Characteristics… …

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  • 14 Erythropoietin — Available structures …

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  • 15 Retinopathy of prematurity — Infobox Disease Name = PAGENAME Caption = DiseasesDB = 11442 ICD10 = ICD10|H|35|1|h|30 ICD9 = ICD9|362.21 ICDO = OMIM = MedlinePlus = eMedicineSubj = oph eMedicineTopic = 413 eMedicine mult = eMedicine2|ped|1998 | MeshID = D012178 Retinopathy of… …

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  • 16 Elisha ben Abuyah — (] whereas a man who broke the same law was not hurt in the least. This encounter, as well as the frightful sufferings of Jewish martyrs during the Hadrianic persecutions, led Elisha to the conclusion that there was no reward for virtue in this… …

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  • 17 Tzur Shezaf — Tsur Shezaf (born 1959 in Jerusalem; Hebrew: צור שיזף) is an Israeli travel book writer, journalist and novelist. Shezaf is currently a journalist for Ynet and was previously an editor for Masa Aher an Israeli geographical magazine between 1990… …

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  • 18 Outcast (novel) — Outcast , is a 1991 novel by Baghdad born Mizrahi Israeli author Shimon Ballas. The novel was translated into English in 2005.Plot introduction The subject of Outcast is a Jewish convert to Islam, Ahmad (Haroun) Soussan, based on the historical… …

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  • 19 Outcast (Ballas novel) — Outcast, is a 1991 novel by Baghdad born Mizrahi Israeli author Shimon Ballas. The novel was translated into English in 2005. Contents 1 Plot introduction 2 Explanation of title 3 Reception 4 …

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  • 20 Shlomo Kalo — (2003) Shlomo Kalo (hebräisch ‏שלמה קאלו‎; * 1928 in Sofia) ist ein israelischer Schriftsteller und Philosoph. Der frühere Mikrobiologe veröffentlichte seit den 1950er Jahren mehr als 60 Werke, darunter Romane, Kurzgeschichten und… …

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