HaShem


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HaShem

(hɑˈʃɛm)
n
(Judaism) Judaism a periphrastic way of referring to God in contexts other than prayer, scriptural reading, etc because the name itself is considered too holy for such use
[from Hebrew, literally: The Name]
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GOWER College student Hoda Hashem achieved one A* and two A's despite developing nerve damage in her arm.
Amman, June 9 (Petra)--His Royal Highness Prince Hashem Bin Al Hussein celebrates his birthday on Friday.
Prior to giving the floor to Sakhr Hashem, the defense attorney, presiding Judge Tany Lattouf asked the defense to limit its argument to the application of the law and forgo political arguments.
We are in the process of issuing this tender during this year," Hashem Hashem told reporters on the sidelines of a conference in Bahrain.
65 million cubic feet daily, Hashem Hashem, KOC's CEO, said in a press statement on the sidelines of the Occupational Health in Oil Industry Conference, which began Friday and is to conclude Sunday.
Rafael Santana, President & CEO, Turbomachinery Solutions inked the MoU on behalf of GE Oil & Gas and Hashem Hashem, CEO of KOC inked on behalf of KOC.
Hashem looks into the blunders of the current administration and the extent to which the security apparatus has fallen apart.
Sherif Hashem, who is project manager at KBR Program Management Consultants in Doha, Qatar.
Summary: DUBAI - Lifeline Hospital Group of Abu Dhabi and Mir Hashem Khoory (MHK) Group, a family business house from Dubai, are joining hands to open a new 94-bed hospital in Dubai.
Whatever the Weather" is a lively paean of gratitude to Hashem for seasons, as a young Jewish boy paddles, puddles, blows and snows his merry way through four very different kinds of weather.
HEBRON, October 11, 2011 (WAFA) -- Israeli army Tuesday arrested Ahmad Abu Hashem, secretary of the Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlements in Beit Ummar, a villagenorth of Hebron in the southern West Bank, and took him to an unknown destination, said local sources.
On more than one occasion I have experienced something new and unexpected in the small besieged Old City of Hebron, but meeting with Hashem Al-Aza and hearing his story was a real punch in the stomach.