shechita

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shechita, shehita

the Jewish method of ritual slaughter in which the animal is killed by one stroke of a very sharp knife across the throat, completely severing the trachea, carotid arteries and jugular veins. Called also schechita.
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Shohet Ear Associates is Orange County's most comprehensive resource for all medical needs of the ear.
Hawkins P, Shohet R (2000) Supervision in the Helping Professions (2nd edn).
April 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Shohet Ear Associates, the only practice able to treat patients for all medical and surgical options available for hearing loss, provided free hearing test at the 2013 Health Expo in Seal Beach California.
Lauren Shohet is mistaken about this in Reading Masques, 94.
Lund AK, Knuckles TL, Obot Akata C, Shohet R, McDonald JD, Gigliotti A, et al.
Mongrels or marvels; the Levantine writings of Jacqueline Shohet Kahanoff.
As Lauren Shohet explains, "Upon maturity, the mulefa (like all sentient beings) produce Dust, which exposure to the oil enables them to see emanating from others as well" (31).
When considering various roles that an individual may hold when engaged in supervision, Hawkins and Shohet (2002) suggested that that when supervisors hold dual or multiple roles, complexities can arise, and that these complexities may cause conflict within the supervisory relationship.
Shohet e Townsend (5) desenvolveram um metodo que calcula a deflexao elastica dos cilindros devido a flexao e ao cisalhamento por meio dos coeficientes de influencia, discretizando a chapa e os cilindros em fatias longitudinais, conforme apresentado na Figura 1.
by Naomi Shohet with Krysia Osostowicz and Roy Howat, ed.
Integrating the two can be difficult, because although many clinical and administrative decisions and directions are inseparable (Mosey, 1986), supervisors tend to address only those functions with which they feel comfortable (Hawkins & Shohet, 2000).
Maurice Shohet of the World Organization of Jews from Iraq said the community would like the materials to be digitized so that everyone has access, and was worried the necessary preservation work could not be done in Iraq.