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Asch

 (ăsh), Sholem or Shalom 1880-1957.
Polish-born American Yiddish writer who sought to reconcile Judaism and Christianity in his controversial novels, such as The Nazarene (1939).

Asch

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(Biography) Sholem (ˈʃəʊləm). 1880–1957, US writer, born in Poland, who wrote in Yiddish. His works include biblical novels

Asch

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n.
Sho•lom or Sho•lem (ˈʃɔ ləm) 1880–1957, U.S. author, born in Poland.
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Noun1.Asch - United States writer (born in Poland) who wrote in Yiddish (1880-1957)
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"To his Honor Baron Asch, from General-in-Chief Prince Bolkonski," he announced with such solemnity and significance that the official turned to him and took the letters.
From this you will see that you have a perfect right to reassure the inhabitants of Smolensk, for those defended by two such brave armies may feel assured of victory." (Instructions from Barclay de Tolly to Baron Asch, the civil governor of Smolensk, 1812.)
Asch's previous novel, The Nazarene, was an American bestseller.
Asch has played in some of the biggest gigs in Metro Manila, performing original songs like 'IDK,' 'Mobius' and 'Ashes to Ashes.'
Divisions within the revival between traditionalist musicians and devotees of what the earlier generation of revivalists would call "pseudo folk," in addition to the birth of the Newport Folk Festival and the continued work of Moses Asch's Folkways Records during this time, are major points of discussion.
"Indecent" is the word critics used to describe the 1923 production of "The God of Vengeance," when the Yiddish play by Sholem Asch moved uptown from the Village.
The much-mentioned "rain scene"--a pivotal moment in Sholem Asch's 1906 moral melodrama, The God of Vengeance, and Indecent, the new Vogel play about the journey of that work and the people around it--made an emotional connection with audiences when it opened at Yale Repertory Theatre in New Haven, Conn., last October, the first stop of its two-theatre premiere.
Asch, executive director of the University of Pennsylvania's Center for Health Care Innovation, said that telemedicine can mean significant savings for physicians and patients in the form of time, money, and administrative burdens.
Asch executive director of the University of Pennsylvania's Center for Health Care Innovation, adds telemedicine can mean significant savings for physicians and patients in the form of time, money, and administrative burdens.
If, as it is claimed, that clinical hypnotherapy is a profession (AHJ, 2014; ASCH, 2014a; HCA, 2015), then it is reasonable to suggest that clinical hypnotherapists share the same three traits as that of other health professionals.
Michael Asch, On Being Here to Stay: Treaties and Aboriginal Rights in Canada.