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Other biblical passages that reflect the relational context of emotions include Hannah's grief over her barrenness and treatment by her rival (1 Sam 1:8), Ahasuerus' anger when snubbed by his queen (Esth 1:12), the abandonment experienced by the psalmist as a result of God's perceived absence (Ps 22:1), and the surprise experienced by the disciples when Jesus went outside the bounds of cultural convention (John 4:27).
When Haman tried to convince the Persian king Ahasuerus of his genocide plan, he depicted the laws of the Jews as being different from those of every other people (Esth 3:8).
A clue to the possible Old Persian origin of haddamin tit abdun/yit abed is the presence of haddamin, a noun that is undoubtedly a loanword for the Old Persian *handaman-, "limb, body part."(5) *Handaman- is often reconstructed by way of the New Persian andam, "limb," but the Western Middle Iranian handam (also andam, hanam), "limb," and the Avestan handaman- (Yasht 14.56) are much more appropriate models, both orthographically and chronologically.(6) In the transfer from Old Persian to Aramaic the first nasal, -n-, of *handaman- apparently assimilated into the daleth - thus haddamin - as also seems to be the case in at least one other Old Persian loanword, hoddu, "India" (Esth 1:1; 8:9), derived from the Old Persian and Avestan hindu-.(7)
We serve as science attaches and advisers; regional environment officers; environment, science, technology and health (ESTH) officers; political-military officers; and in a myriad of other technical capacities in Washington and at embassies across the globe.
The phrase tzarei Yehudah, the adversaries of Judah, recalls the term used many times to describe wicked Haman in the Book of Esther: tzorer ha-Yehudim (the Jews' enemy) (Esth. 3:10; 8:1; 9:10, 24).
s'assurer que les v?ritables r?volutions sont formelles, esth?tiques.
This kept us on track on our overall goals and ongoing progress," said Mahvash Siddiqui, an environment, science, technology and health (ESTH) officer and a key member of the Bournemouth team.
In Shabbat 88a, Rava gives an answer founded on the statement that in the days of Mordecai and Esther, kiyyemu ve-kibbelu hayehudim--the Jews confirmed and accepted the duty to commemorate the events leading up to the festival of Purim (Esth. 9:27).
Last year, Embassy Berlin's environment, science and technology (ESTH) team received a female science fellow from the Environmental Protection Agency, who joined the two female ESTH team members to discuss U.S.
(1) In the post exilic era we begin to find possible evidence of some form of conversion (Esth. 8:17).