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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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The exercise was aimed at teaching the cadets "how a future battle field will look and what is expected of them in war," Aharon stated.
"Israel has been singled out [at the Human Rights Council] by placing a special session called Item 7 which makes it mandatory for the council to address Israel's supposed human rights violation," Aharon notes, adding that American support is especially important because "the E.U.
Aharon. "In the last few years, we saw a huge upsurge in the use of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum, and yet there aren't any systems or platforms that enable standardized purchases of such digital currencies alongside other financial commodities."
According a senior official in Jerusalem , the head of the Foreign Ministry's Division for the UN and International Organizations, Aharon Leshno-Yaar, called New Zealand's ambassador to Israel, Jonathan Curr, earlier this week, and made clear that Israel does not condone the Security Council's dealing with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, especially at this time, amid a wave of terrorism.
The airline's CEO Aharon Karaoghlanian said that this agreement opens new avenues for the company in the area of the rapidly expanding oil and gas industry and shows the high standards of quality and safety maintained by the Cyprus Airways technical support centre.
by Gideon Sapir, Daphne Barak-Erez & Aharon Barak (Oxford: Hart, 2013) 578 pp.
Armenians are not able to make a revolution, they prefer observing the process, Aharon Adibekyan, Director of
Na literatura proteiforme da experiencia do campo de concentracao, o livro de Aharon Appelfeld, Historia de uma vida, aproxima-se mais de um relato sobre a construcao de uma identidade do que de uma experiencia pessoal durante o Holocausto.
The Jurisprudence of Aharon Barak; views from Europe.
Ananthamurthy (India), Aharon Appelfeld (Israel), Lydia Davis (USA), Intizar Husain (Pakistan), Yan Lianke (China), Marie NDiaye (France), Josip Novakovich (Canada), Marilynne Robinson (USA), Vladimir Sorokin (Russia), and Peter Stamm (Switzerland).
Representing nine different countries, the finalists are: U R Ananthamurthy from India; Aharon Appelfeld from Israel; Lydia Davis from the USA; Intizar Husain from Pakistan; Yan Lianke from China; Marie NDiaye from France; Josip Novakovich from Canada; Marilynne Robinson from the USA; Vladimir Sorokin from Russia; and Peter Stamm from Switzerland.
In this new volume, however, author Aharon Zorea, although he strives to consider a variety of perspectives, reveals an underlying conservative Catholic viewpoint that is especially disappointing in what purports to be a balanced presentation of differing views on birth controls history and controversies.
Aharon Ze'evi-Farkash has stated that his country is actively preparing a strike on Iran, in order to hinder its nuclear program.
"The whole idea was to create meetings between the film students and the rest of Israel, the wider community," says Ori Aharon, 25, the project's director.