Abraham

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Synonyms for Abraham

the first of the Old Testament patriarchs and the father of Isaac

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Senior Glasgow Rabbi Avrohom Weiss said: "I am very close to Yoni's family and I am traumatised.
Avrohom Berkowitz, executive director of the Moscow-based Federation of Jewish Communities of the former Soviet Union, says 51 of the passengers were former Soviet or Russian citizens, now naturalised Israelis, who were returning to Novosibirsk to celebrate the Jewish holiday Sukkoth.
294; The Metsudah Selichos, translated and annotated by Rabbi Avrohom Davis (New York: Metsudah Publications, 1986), p.
It's patently obvious that any agency that requires congressional approval is not going to move faster than market-driven technologies," says Avrohom Gluck of Neuromedical Systems, a Pap smear screening device company in Suffern, New York.
NEW YORK -- Clifford Chance today announced the election of 22 lawyers to its global partnership, including three from the United States: Avrohom Gelber, Gareth Old and Jason Young.
At night, however, the Maharal quietly sent the old shamesh, Reb Avrohom Chaim, to summon the girl's distraught parents.
Commenting on the engagement, Avrohom Oratz, Chief Financial Officer of Absolute Life Solutions, Inc.
The panel, organized as Vaad L'Shmor Kehillasenu ("Board to Protect Our Communities") includes, Rav Yisroel Belsky, a Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshiva Torah Vodaath; Rav Avrohom Yaakov Nelkenbaum, a Rosh Yeshiva of Mirrer Yeshiva; and Rav Chaim Krauss, Mara D'Asra of Kahal Bais Yisroel and Rosh Kollel of Kollel Ohel Chaim; all from Brooklyn, and Rav Noach Isaac Oelbaum, Mara D'Asra of Congregation Nachlas Yitzchak, from Queens.
Avrohom Muller, Chairperson of the Lakewood Resource and Referral Center added, "We want to help ensure that access to educational opportunities exists for children of working families and not just those who are lucky enough to have parents with adequate financial means.
Abrams Cheder Lubavitch Day School; and Rabbi Avrohom Wolowik, Lubavitch Chabad of Naperville.