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Charles D., U.S. physician, 1866-1951. See: Aaron sign.
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in the Old Testament of the Bible, Moses' brother.
Aaron rod - walking stick (rod) with one serpent twined around it, used as a symbol for medicine.
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A telltale sign of normalcy in their friendship was when Kakai would test Ahron's patience.
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The tension of the movie is supplied by Ahron's attempt to escape these iron laws.
Bregman, Ahron, Israel's Wars: A History Since 1947.
Ahron has sent all her Fair City tapes to her family in Athens - and her non-English speaking granny loves them.
9), to Ahron Leichtman's hints that smokers should be "arrested and put in jail" (p.
Ahron Leichtman, executive director of Citizens for a Tobacco-Free Society in the US, said: "The Marlboro Man just fell off his high horse into quicksand.
"If you don't go, companies will think you're out of business," said Ahron Schachter, vice president and general manager of Datavision, a two-store chain in the New York metro area.
"Die Tur" has as its main character an eccentric grandfather who teaches the young boy Rabbi Ahron's existential story about "being and nothingness." And "Die Blaubart-Stiftung" is a delightful modern version of the folktales, stories, and opera of the Casanova who marries numerous women, but in this rendition Bluebeard does not kill his wives.
Rabbi Ahron Soloveichik, for example, is of the opinion that the state of Israel marks the end of night, not necessarily the actual dawn of a new day.
So your own business is now the public's: Cigarette smoking isn't a private vice but a public-health issue; after all, says anti-smoking activist Ahron Leichtman, "Who pays for these people when they're ill and they're indigent and they go in the hospital?" The same goes for riding motorcycles without helmets, for drugs and drink, for driving without seat belts, for crossing the border to have an American-born baby.
Quoted in Ahron Sapezian, "Ministry with the Poor: An Introduction," International Review of Mission 66 (January 1977): 11.