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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Le jury international du court et du long metrages, preside par l'acteur americain Dany Glover, a attribue la Tanit d'Argent au film marocain [beaucoup moins que] C'est eux les chiens [beaucoup plus grand que] du realisateur Hacham Lasri.
Wolf DG, Falk R, Hacham M, Theelen B, Boekhout T, Scorzetti G, et al.
Hacham DG, Anand SS, Emerging risk factor for atherosclerotic vascular disease: A critical review of the evidence.
In a 2008 US diplomatic memo, leaked to the British newspaper by WikiLeaks, David Hacham, an adviser at the Israeli Ministry of Defense (MoD), told US officials the Israelis expected Suleiman to take over.
The cable said former Israeli defense ministry adviser David Hacham was "full of praise for [Suleiman]" and that the two spoke daily.
David Hacham, a senior adviser from the Israeli Ministry of Defence, had reportedly told the American embassy in Tel Aviv that a delegation led by Israel's defence minister, Ehud Barak was impressed with Suleiman.
The film's director, Georges Hacham, spoke passionately at the film's screening in London: "She is not a typical Lebanese woman, she is a human being, a rebel--but feminine, gentle--she is an unexpected rebel.
We are very proud of being in the top tier of the Environmental Transparency report," says Ronny Hacham, VP Business Development and Marketing at Gadot.
The identity of the author and date of writing are contested (Rappaport 1970: 36-50; Hadas 1973: 1-54; Schmidt 1986: 111-43), as are also the reasons for its composition (see recently Hacham 2005: 1-14), as well as the veracity and credibility of the account.
Last week, in an interview with Israel Radio, David Hacham, a senior advisor to the defense minister, confirmed reports in the Arabic press stating that Israel had agreed to free terrorists in a deal for the release of Gilad Shalit.