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LV

Abbreviation for left ventricle.

LV

abbreviation for left ventricle.
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A survivor of the Holocaust, Leviticus lost most of his family in concentration camps, and years later lost a son to the Israeli October War.
This also appears to be the general conclusion of the Rabbis in Leviticus Rabbah.
Jastrow, "The So-Called 'Leprosy' Laws: An Analysis of Leviticus, Chapters 13 and 14," Jewish Quarterly Review (1913-14) pp.
Coleman misinforms that Leviticus "justifies the use of slavery" and completely misses the foundational point that the Bible and Torah were written to broad audiences who find themselves trapped in slavery.
Going by Leviticus, we would need to bring back slavery and treat women like slaves.
Friedman, in his Commentary on the Torah, wrote: "Even if one takes that view of this commandment [that "re'akha" in Leviticus 19:18 means a fellow Israelite], one must acknowledge that in this same chapter there is also the commandment to love the alien, the foreigner [the "ger," "stranger"] as well (19:34).
And finally, the frequently quoted assertion in Leviticus that homosexuality is an abomination.
Some readers may assume that Leviticus did not mean to condemn to death both the man and the boy involved in a sexual act.
Although certain priestly edicts and the story of Sodom, detailed in Leviticus and Genesis respectively, have inspired a lion's share of persecution against homosexuals, it is Paul's harangue in Romans 1:21 that evokes Spong's sharpest criticism.
We're all familiar with the passage, I think it's in Leviticus, or maybe 2 Maccabees, that says, "When ye transmit the scripture ye shall bind it in cow's hide and adorn it with gold detail.
Honored for their outstanding efforts to provide jobs, affordable housing and vitally needed community facilities in "communities of opportunity" across America, the 2005 recipients of the Award are: Leviticus Alternative Fund, Yonkers, NY for Advocacy; Seedco, New York, NY, for Community Impact; Low Income Investment Fund, San Francisco, CA, for Financing; and New Hampshire Community Loan Fund, Concord, NH, for Innovation.
Jewish tradition would look to the book of Leviticus.