Kislev


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67) Kislev, Lerman, and Zusman, "Recent Experience with Cooperative Farm Credit in Israel"; Schwartz, Unlimited Guarantees, 39.
Kislev mentions this because typically, while the meat is left hanging, flies leave their eggs in it, and these have time to develop.
Studies based on various genera in the family of Fabaceae indicated that seed morphologies and testa structure were valuable taxonomic characteristics in the distinguishing of some taxa (Lersten and Gunn, 1981; Kislev and Hoff, 1985; Chernoff et al.
The Hebrew date of his arrival, the 19th of Kislev, is celebrated as a holiday by his followers.
I am actually quite sad," Lior Kislev, an Israeli bird guide and photographer, says, "It is already found in many other places.
So that the Nedivot Abudarham is an exact copy of the Toledano edition, in the beginning and ending of both the pages and the lines on the page, except that in the middle of a long colophon--and it is the only book printed in Fez with a colophon that unquestionably confirms it is a Fez imprint--Nedivot replaces his and his son Isaac's name, the place of publication, that is, Fez, and the date, Kislev, in the year [TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII] (5277 = 1516) for the information supplied by Toledano.
Galili, Ehud, Mina Weinstein-Evron, Israel Hershkovitz, Avi Gopher, Kislev Mordecai, Omri Lernau, Liora Kolska-Horwitz y Hanan Lernau 1993.
Hanukkah (Hebrew word for "dedication"), with origins in second century BCE, begins on 25 Kislev and is observed by kindling of lights of Menorah.
Hanukkah begins on the 25th day of Kislev according to the Hebrew calendar, and it may occur from late November to late December.
Chanukah begins on the 25th day of the month of Kislev.
Kislev and Peterson, 1991, MacDonald, Hoppe and Banker, 2004).
Juza Chen, Head of the Sexual Dysfunc= tion Clinic at Tel Aviv's Sourasky Medical Center; Lena Kurtz, the Israel C= ancer Association's sexuality consultant and Livia Kislev, the association'= s sexual health rehabilitation counseling nurse.
under death penalty, and had imposed the cult of the Hellenic divinities; on 25th Kislev (November-December) 168 B.
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.