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Synonyms for Aaron

United States professional baseball player who hit more home runs than Babe Ruth (born in 1934)

(Old Testament) elder brother of Moses and first high priest of the Israelites

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Chief Justice Ahron Barak sought to reconcile Jewish and democratic values by defining Judaism in a way that makes it indistinguishable from liberalism.
Roee Elsberg plays Ahron Kleinsfeld, a twelve year old who remains in his prepubescent state while his friends around him grow taller and mature sexually.
Marwan's identity as the Mossad's highly placed agent inside the Egyptian government remained a secret, known only by a handful of Israel's intelligence chiefs, until September 2002, when Zeira revealed it to Israeli author Ahron Bregman.
The risks to his life were no doubt increased by the claim made in a 2002 book by Israeli historian Ahron Bregman that Marwan was a spy who had tipped off Israel about the coming Yom Kippur invasion in 1973.
ROUTLEDGE has brought out a third edition of Ahron Bregman's perceptive study, Israel's Wars: A History Since 1947 ([pounds sterling]12.
Yemiyahu Ahron Taub, What Stillness Illuminated, Parlor P, 2009.
Tzili: Female Adolescence and the Holocaust in the Fiction of Ahron Appelfeld.
But the widow and son of Zus and the Bielski's much younger brother, Ahron, are still alive and this week spoke of their pride.
82) Interview with Aaron Miller, in Ahron Bregman, Elusive Peace: How the Holy Land Defeated America (Penguin Books, 2005), p.
Jonathan Ahron and David Aschkenasy of Charles Dunn Co.
24) See generally AHRON BREGMAN, ISRAEL'S WARS: A HISTORY SINCE 1947 (2002) (discussing the Israeli-Palestinian ongoing conflict).
22) "The Narrative of Ahron Levi, alias Antonio de Montezinos," The American Separdi, v.
He addressed the conference as did other Holocaust deniers such as former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke and French professor Robert Faurisson; Nazi sympathizers; and anti-Zionists such as British Rabbi Ahron Cohen.
Manchester-based Orthodox Jew Rabbi Ahron Cohen provoked anger with his appearance at the two-day meeting which questions whether the systematic killing of six million Jews took place.
J02 (SW) Ahron Arendes, Commander, Naval Air Forces Public Affairs