Mattathias

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Mat•ta•thi•as

(ˌmæt əˈθaɪ əs)

n.
died 167? B.C., Jewish priest in Judea (father of Judas Maccabaeus).
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The Strai?nas Library is named after Matityahu Strashun (18171885), founder of the Vilnius Jewish community.
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"Orthopedic technology has had a remarkable progression over the last decade," said Amir Matityahu, M.D., an associate professor of orthopedic surgery at the University of California-San Francisco and director of pelvic and acetabular trauma and reconstruction at San Francisco General Hospital.
Back in PWU, with the assistance of Israeli Ambassador Effie Ben Matityahu, Cassel Pins said with a broad smile, "I had to say Shalom to you from a country that appreciates you very, very deeply."
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City spokesman Matityahu Rosenzweig condemned the violence but said it is the work of a small minority and has been taken out of proportion.
The Magical Maccabees (1955) Sitting by a slightly threatening-looking fire, a gigantic Old Country menorah partially obscuring the camera's view, Bernard Malamud sat for two hours and sternly lectured viewers about the importance of not giving in to modern-day Hellenization, much as Mattathias (whom Malamud insisted on calling Matityahu in part to prove his point) fought the oppressors rather than allowed himself to become assimilated.
On April 3rd, I interview(ed) Rabbi Matityahu Glazerson, an Israeli who is an expert in the Torah codes, and has authored over 25 books on different Torah topics, Jewish Mysticism, and other Judaic topics.