Hassid


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  • noun

Synonyms for Hassid

a member of a Jewish sect that observes a form of strict Orthodox Judaism

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Whenever possible, HAP looks to elevate the standard of residential design while complementing the existing context of the neighborhood architecture," Hassid said.
Barlea Hassid, spokesman for the Israeli Embassy in Paris, yesterday said the Minister had indicated Mr Miller was killed by an Israeli bullet.
You can totally tell Ron and Hermione are going to get together,'' offered eighth-grader Rachel Hassid, 13, with great confidence.
The expansion of the Area Rug Center will introduce several new permanent exhibitors including: Art Resources, Bolour & Sons, Gallery Atige, Hassid Oriental Rugs, Michael Aziz Oriental Rugs, Pasargad Carpets, Neman International, Company A and Persian Antique Rug Gallery.
Mobil's manager of commercial development, Ino Hassid, says these grades will be available for customer sampling "in a matter of months.
s most important and broadest patent applications," said Steve Hassid, Registered Patent and Trademark Attorney, Partner at Silicon Edge Law Group LLP, and intellectual property counsel for WOWIO.
TabTale is at the forefront of media adoption by children," said Mony Hassid, Senior Director for Qualcomm Ventures.
Hassid, Partner at Silicon Edge Law Group LLP, is a registered US Patent and Trademark attorney who specializes in advising clients regarding worldwide intellectual property matters.
Jed Hassid, of Zemeta, said the aim was to enable business people to quickly acquire the skills they will need to help them achieve significant business growth while avoiding common pitfalls.
Furthermore, Judaism taught: "Goy Hassid yesh lo Heleq," i.
She will be working with Eric Hassid, MD, the founder and medical director and Marco Vespignani, ND, medical director of Restorative Health services.
The nine-week course has been designed with business consultants Zemeta and will be led by that company's business consultant Jed Hassid.
The initial chapters of the first part, "The Grand Tradition," focus on individual personalities; "thematic" groupings follow--for example, "Mid-century Keyboard Masters: Glenn Gould, Martha Argerich, Daniel Barenboim, and Van Cliburn" and "Warsaw, 1935: The First International Henryk Wieniawski Violin Competition," which covers the careers of Ginette Neveu, David Oistrakh, Henri Temianka, Boris Goldstein, Josef Hassid, and Ida Haendel.
Aviv Hassid, currently Brownstein Professor of Cardiovascular Physiology at the University of Tennessee.