hazzan

(redirected from Khazn)

haz·zan

 (KHä′zən)
n.
Variant of chazan.

hazzan

(xaˈzan; English ˈhɑːzən)
n
(Judaism) a variant spelling of chazan
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The pipes will be used in the development of BP's Khazn tight gas field in north-central Oman.
The Khazn field is one of Oman's most important natural gas projects and has received massive investment.
A major producer of glass fibre reinforced plastic (GRP) pipes, Composite Pipes Industry (CPI) LLC, has received contract worth a $5 million to supply pipes and fittings for a 62 km-long pipeline for British oil giant BP's Khazn field development.
Muscat: Composite Pipes Industry (CPI) LLC, a leading manufacturer of glass fibre reinforced plastic (GRP) pipes, has bagged a $5 million contract for supplying pipes and fittings for a 62 km-long pipeline for British oil giant BP's Khazn field development.
I know because Gutterman also fancied himself a little bit of a cantor, what in the Yiddish language would be called a shtikl khazn, and he never lost an opportunity to practice in front of all his secular friends including me, including those who were ideologically against shuls and against rabbis and even against cantors if they sang like Gutterman.
Bobie's father, after all, had been a khazn (as well as a shoykhet and a moyel), and that legacy was passed on.
JACOB SPIVACK (1888-1963) served as a khazn (chazan, synagogue cantor) in Russia where he was born and subsequently in the United States in Philadelphia.
JACOB SPIVACK (1888-1963) served as a khazn (chazan, synagogue cantor) in Russia, where he was born, and subsequently in the United States, where he lived in Philadelphia.