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(Old Testament) the Hebrew prophet who led the Israelites from Egypt across the Red sea on a journey known as the Exodus

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United States painter of colorful and primitive rural scenes (1860-1961)

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Rabbi Mosheh Twersky, 59, was the son of Rabbi Isadore Twersky, a founding director of Harvard University's Center for Jewish Studies and a scholar of Jewish history.
Assembled between 1170 and 1180 by the esteemed rabbi, physician and scholar Mosheh (Moses) ben Maimon--known to English speakers as Maimonides (1135-1204)--the Mishneh Torah was the first systematic consolidation of Jewish law into a comprehensive anthology.
After he had led his people to the border of our Promised Land, Mosheh Rabbenu, Moses our Teacher, resigned his prolonged national leadership, civil, military, and spiritual.
Yoav Gal's multimedia "videOpera," Mosheh, isn't exactly newhe began presenting bits and pieces of it in 2003but the finished work premiered this past January.
Zimerman, Mosheh, 2001, "Hannah Arendt, The Early Post Zionist" In Hannah Arendt in Jerusalem, ed.
Se trata de Mahomed Abed Yabri de la Universidad de Fes (Marruecos), en el siglo XIII tenia 300 000 habitantes, y donde, entre otros, fue a estudiar y ensenar Mosheh Ben Maimonides.
Mosheh Sofer, Responsa Hatam Sofer, Hoshen Mishpat 160.
Leader Mosheh Sang said the predicted war between the US and North Korea only failed to kick off on Tuesday due to a difference in international time zones.
Auerbach, Hazar'ah Melachutit 1 No'am 146-158 (1958); Mosheh Feinstein, Responsa Iggrot Moshe, EVEN HA'EZER 71 (1959); Mosheh Feinstein, Responsa Iggrot Moshe, Even Ha'ezer 2:11 (1962); Eliezer Waldenberg, Responsa Tzits Eliezer III, no.
Known as Maimonides by Latin authors and as Musa ibn Maimun by speakers of Arabic, he had been given the Jewish name of Mosheh ben Maimon.