bethel

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a house of worship (especially one for sailors)

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Warfighter," said Jehudah Fehlauer, head of marketing and sales and business development for Beth-El.
While fleeing from Esau, Jacob had a dream at Beth-el of a ladder on which angels were ascending and descending.
Rabbi Allan Tufts of Temple Beth-El in Hollywood, told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, "Nobody's got a problem with teaching modern Hebrew.
The temple, chartered a decade later and named Beth-El, originated as a Classical Reform congregation that dispensed with head coverings, prayer shawls, chuppahs, and all but a few lines of Hebrew.
The Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences has provided funding for a nursing tutorial which is currently under development.
In 1962, Local 1199 launched and won a successful strike against the low wages and poor working conditions at Beth-El Hospital.
Therefore, the equation of Beitin with biblical Beth-el is absolutely certain.
But Rabbi David Ostrich of Temple Beth-el, said historical evidence indicates that Jesus, like other Jews of the time, was a meat eater.
After being taught its first steps by the congregation's leaders, the Beth-El Open Forum was realigned in 1932 as the Hammond Open Forum with a representative civic committee.
Other honorees are: Daniel Akerson, CEO of General Motors; Rabbi Leslie Gutterman of Temple Beth-El in Providence; World War II veteran/POW survivor Louis Zamperini; and Roger Mandle, executive director of the Qatar Museums Authority and past president of the Rhode Island School of Design.
Next year, Beth-El will lease part of its building to a different charter, Great Hearts Academies.
Doenges (adult psychiatric/mental health nursing, retired, Beth-El College), Moorhouse, and Murr supply nurses and nursing students with a pocket guide to interventions associated with specific nursing diagnoses as proposed by NANDA International for settings from acute to community/home care, with a focus on adults.
Shana Sanderson, University of Colorado-Colorado Springs/ Beth-El, BSN 2013, received the DNA 3 Scholarship.
2012 Young Pioneers Award Honorees include educators from the JCC in Manhattan, Temple Beth-El of Great Neck, Eden Village Camp, Temple Sinai of Roslyn and Westchester Hebrew High School.
The work will be completed in time for the Congregation to celebrate the Holy Day season in the Sanctuary and Beth-El Chapel.