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a Hebrew minor prophet


an Old Testament book telling the prophecies of Haggai which are concerned mainly with rebuilding the temples after the Babylonian Captivity

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However, Hagai El Ad's account at the UN Security Council reveals how Israeli government management of the occupation has gone far beyond the point of no return, as Israel's abhorrent behaviour in the West Bank continues unabated and ignored so far by the world community.
Hagai Zyss, CEO of Autotalks, commented, "Having a top global car manufacturer such as Hyundai invest directly in Autotalks is not only a vote of confidence in the company, but a testament to the growing V2X market.
Hagai Zyss, CEO of Autotalks, said: "Having a top global car manufacturer such as Hyundai invest directly in Autotalks is not only a vote of confidence in the company, but a testament to the growing V2X market.
Aharonson and Rufu, together with Hagai Perets of the Technion-lsrael Institute of Technology, asked whether a number of smaller collisions might better explain what happened several billion years ago, when the solar system was taking shape.
Instead this concert proved an exhilarating farewell before OOTS' move to residency at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, bringing back one of the orchestra's much-loved visitors (cellist Raphael Wallfisch) and introducing us to three charming newcomers (conductor Eckehard Stier, violinist Hagai Shaham and pianist Arnon Erez).
The diagnosis complexity and the lack of understanding of the cause of the atypical behavior results in much suffering for these children and their families (Hagai, 2005).
The Israeli Police have arrested eight people on suspicion of failing to prevent a crime in the case of the fatal stabbing on Hagai Street in the Old City of Jerusalem on Sunday that claimed the life of Adiel Kolman.
- Hagai El-Ad (@HagaiElAd) (https://twitter.com/HagaiElAd/status/943816131122524165?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw) December 21, 2017[twitter-tweet]
Due to the meteoric rise in research attention across academic disciplines regarding SNS, there continues to be an exponential growth of scholarly publications on the topic of Facebook (Bauerlein, 2011; Behringer, Sassenberg, & Scholl, 2017; Blachnio, Przepiorka, & Rudnicka, 2013; McCain & Campbell, 2017; Piotrowski, 2016; Skopp Alexander, Durham, & Scott, 2017; Strubel, Petrie, & Pookulangara, 2017; Wilson, Gosling, & Graham, 2012; Zhang & Leung, 2015; Zurbriggen, Hagai, & Leon, 2016).
Hagai Levine, the Israeli scientist who led the research, said his findings were the "canary in the coal mine" for male health.
After assessing 185 sperm studies, they found sperm counts among men from North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand, seemingly halved between 1973 and 2011 (lead researcher Dr Hagai Levine is "very worried" about the implications).
Dr Hagai Levine, the lead researcher, told the BBC that if the trend continued humans would become extinct.
Dr Hagai Levine, of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, who co-led the research, said: "Given the importance of sperm counts for male fertility and human health, this study is an urgent wake-up call for researchers and health authorities around the world to investigate the causes of the sharp ongoing drop in sperm count, with the goal of prevention."
Hagai Levine said he was 'very worried' about what might happen in the future.