Hakham

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Noun1.Hakham - a Hebrew title of respect for a wise and highly educated man
form of address, title of respect, title - an identifying appellation signifying status or function: e.g. `Mr.' or `General'; "the professor didn't like his friends to use his formal title"
Hebrew - the ancient Canaanitic language of the Hebrews that has been revived as the official language of Israel
sage - a mentor in spiritual and philosophical topics who is renowned for profound wisdom
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CHACHAM, 2009; Nebia Maria Almeida de FIGUEIREDO et al, 2004; Marcos Augusto Bastos DIAS; Suely Ferreira DESLANDES, 2006; Maria do Carmo LEAL; Silvana Granado Nogueira da GAMA; Cynthia CUNHA, 2005; DESLANDES, 2006; Rejane Antonello GRIBOSKI; Dirce GUILHEM, 2006; Neuma Zamariano Fanaia TEIXEIRA; PEREIRA, 2006; Annatalia Meneses de Amorim GOMES; Marilyn K.
But Nechama Leibowitz and Amos Chacham in Da'at Mikra al Shemot (Jerusalem: Mossad HaRav Kook, 1987) p.
1 Swathi chacham, jakkampudi Nagasravani, Uppin Narayan Reddy, Jillalla Narsing Rao, S.
Rao JN, Chacham S, Reddy UN, Ravikiran J, Rao SP, Reddy BS.
Amoetat Akevoth, "A Short Description of the Life and Works of Chacham Isack Aboab da Fonseca," 2006-2010, http://www.
The chacham, or so-called wise son, wants to memorize the boring details: "Tell me the laws, the regulations, the ordinances.
Os abusos verbais voltados para a humilhacao sexual, do tipo "quando voce fez voce gostou", sao uma constante nos estudos e fazem parte do aprendizado informal dos profissionais sobre como disciplinar as pacientes, desmoralizando seu sofrimento e desautorizando eventuais pedidos de ajuda (Hotimsky, 2007; Diniz, Chacham, 2004; D'Oliveira et al.
ISRAEL'S SOLDIERS OF CONSCIENCE (2004) (discussing the phenomenon of conscientious objection among male soldiers during the Second Intifada); RONIT CHACHAM, BREAKING RANKS: REFUSING TO SERVE IN THE WEST BANK AND GAZA STRIP (2004) (discussing the story of specific male objectors during the Second Intifada).
In a study by Huntzler, Fliess, Chacham and Van den Auweele (2002), the purpose was to show the perspectives of young students with physical disabilities in the context of an inclusive general physical education (GPE) class.
The strong opposition he faced from the leaders of the local community testified to the revolutionary nature of his conceptions; in his reformist eagerness he even challenged the Baghdadi religious leader Chacham Yoseif Chaim (1832-1909), who forcefully condemned Obermeyer's innovations.
They had in the house a letter from the chacham of that time that said there was an accident when she was a girl.