Kislev


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Kislev mentions this because typically, while the meat is left hanging, flies leave their eggs in it, and these have time to develop.
Bird guide Lior Kislev is busy these days--the week I spoke to him he was spending three days bird-watching with an American family in the Golan Heights, leading an Israeli group for a day trip and guiding a Jewish National Fund nature tour.
Hanukkah begins on the 25th day of Kislev according to the Hebrew calendar, and it may occur from late November to late December.
Last month, during the Jewish month of Kislev, the theme of the month was illumination, with a latke (potato pancake) bar, discussion about the significance of Hanukkah and what light means, and even a home decorator who talked about illuminating the home, Mrs.
The palm some ancients called the "Tree of Life" has been revived from a 2,000-year sleep, genes and all, says coauthor Mordechai Kislev of Bar-Ilan University in Israel.
It always falls on the 25th day of the Jewish month of Kislev, in December or late November.
Other examples are "Zehu hag ha-hashmonaim lanu kayom" [Thus is the Festival of the Hasmoneans to us today], Herut 23 Kislev, 5719, 3, and "Keyzad hafkhu ha-hasmonai-im et eretz yehuda l'eretz yisrael" [How the Hasmoneans turned the Land of Judah in to the Land of Israel], Ha-Mashkif 68 (April 24, 1939); "Yannai hamelech--hakovesh ha-gadol me-bet hasmonai" in Ma-asaf Sofrei eretz yisrael l'sifrut ul'divrei mahshava [Journal of Authors of the Land of Israel for Literature and Thought], ed.
He thanks the following for their comments on earlier versions of this article: James Buchanan, Yoav Kislev, Axel Leijonhufvad, Perry Mehrling, Richard Nelson, Yakir Plessner, Rick Szostak, the participants of a seminar at Wesleyan University, and an anonymous referee.
Tenant said she had signed a renewal lease that listed Kislev Management Corp.
66) The Vulgate does not mention a date for this event, and he has obviously confounded this nonexistent holiday with Hanukkah, which begins on 25 Kislev and is celebrated for eight days.
The civil year consists of twelve lunar months--Tishri, Cheshvan, Kislev, Tebet, Shebat, Adar, Nisan, Iyar, Sivan, Tammuz, Ab, and Elul--which are alternately 29 and 30 days.
Jacob Morison, letter from New York, Hayom 212-52-1 (23 Kislev, 5648 [1887]); 3.
Root hairs of various Sorghum species (Werker & Kislev, 1978) and apple (Head, 1964) produce viscous droplets.
Similarly, Kislev and others present the experience from Israel which reveals that cooperative credit markets do not always function efficiently and more importantly, can not survive a highly unstable macroeconomic environment.
Buckwell (1982) adapted a theory of farm size demonstrated by Kislev and Peterson (1982) to model milk production behaviour in England and Wales.