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magnes

(ˈmæɡniːz)
n
(Chemistry) a magnetic iron ore. Archaic form: magnesstone
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Yehuda Leib Magnes deserves a biography due to his rich activity in the Jewish and Zionist public spheres.
Magnes Museum becomes the Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life at the Bancroft Library.
In 1922 Magnes moved to Palestine, then under British rule.
Several restaurants and bars have come and gone in that space in the past few years, but Plan B Saloon harks back to The Factory, said co-owner Moses Magnes.
The roots of the opposition to the Jewish state date back to the early years of the twentieth century, and can be found in the ideas of left-wing Jewish intellectuals of Brit Shalom ("The Peace Association")--and later of Ihud ("The Union Association," which advocated political union between Jews and Arabs)--during the pre-state period, including leading figures at the Hebrew University such as Judah Magnes and Martin Buber.
Following the exhibition at the Magnes, They Called Me Mayer July will begin its international tour to museums in Atlanta, New York, Amsterdam.
On the other stood Judah Magnes, the maverick American Zionist who in November 1922 settled in Jerusalem and joined the recently-formed Jerusalem committee for the university which immediately challenged the hegemony of London.
Magnes Museum, one of America's oldest museums of Jewish art, culture, and history, has entered into a contract to purchase a historic building in downtown Berkeley.
The Board of Trustees of The Magnes Museum elected two prominent business and Jewish community leaders to head the organization.
More than 250 insurance companies have approved reimbursement on a case-by-case basis for certain MEG procedures performed with Magnes and Vectorview systems, and the American Medical Association has approved the issuance of billing codes, commonly referred to as Common Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes, for the use of MEG, (also known as magnetic source imaging,MSI).
AMI has developed diagnostics for DOS and Windows, the next logical step for AMI was to create a Windows NT diagnostic," AMI Director of Sales Scott Magnes stated.