mashiach


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mashiach

(məˈʃiɑx)
n
(Judaism) Judaism the messiah
[Hebrew, literally: anointed; compare Messiah]
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Zalts R, Neuberger A, Hussein K, Raz-Pasteur A, Geffen Y, Mashiach T, et al.
Oelsner G, Cohen SB, Soriano D, Admon D, Mashiach S, Carp H.
Ziskind Z, Etchin A, Frenkel Y, Mashiach S, Lusky A, Goor DA, et al.
After careful review of many alternatives, the executive team and Board of Directors of Macrocure believe this transaction provides great potential for our shareholders, said Nissim Mashiach, President and Chief Executive Officer of Macrocure Ltd.
Other potential antecedents include socioeconomic status (Liebennan, 1991; Mashiach, 1980) and one's own prior involvement in sport as an athlete (Grove, Pickett, & Dodder, 1982; Shank & Beasley, 1998).
Bider D, Sivan E, Seidman DS, Dulitzky M, Mashiach S, Serr DM, et al.
Journalist Yehezkel Laing asked: "Can Mashiach be far away?