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Synonyms for Aaron

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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Boris Aronson, Ahron Ben-Shmuel, Chaim Gross, Rosa Newman, Philip Reisman, Ary Stillman, Anna Walinska, and Jacques Zucker.
Chief Justice Ahron Barak sought to reconcile Jewish and democratic values by defining Judaism in a way that makes it indistinguishable from liberalism.
In order to make him grow, Hinda force feeds Ahron meat.
A few weeks later, little brother Ahron, who was 11, found them.
82) Interview with Aaron Miller, in Ahron Bregman, Elusive Peace: How the Holy Land Defeated America (Penguin Books, 2005), p.
Jonathan Ahron and David Aschkenasy of Charles Dunn Co.
24) See generally AHRON BREGMAN, ISRAEL'S WARS: A HISTORY SINCE 1947 (2002) (discussing the Israeli-Palestinian ongoing conflict).
Manchester-based Orthodox Jew Rabbi Ahron Cohen provoked anger with his appearance at the two-day meeting which questions whether the systematic killing of six million Jews took place.
J02 (SW) Ahron Arendes, Commander, Naval Air Forces Public Affairs
Vatikiotis, Among Arabs and Jews: A Personal Experience 1936-1990 (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1991), 59, cited in Ahron Bregman, Israel's Wars, 1947-93 (New York: Routledge, 2000), 9.
Ahron has sent all her Fair City tapes to her family in Athens - and her non-English speaking granny loves them.
9), to Ahron Leichtman's hints that smokers should be "arrested and put in jail" (p.
Ahron Leichtman, executive director of Citizens for a Tobacco-Free Society in the US, said: "The Marlboro Man just fell off his high horse into quicksand.
If you don't go, companies will think you're out of business," said Ahron Schachter, vice president and general manager of Datavision, a two-store chain in the New York metro area.
Rabbi Ahron Soloveichik, for example, is of the opinion that the state of Israel marks the end of night, not necessarily the actual dawn of a new day.