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Mirvis

(ˈmɜːvɪs)
n
(Biography) Ephraim (ˈiːfreɪɪm). born 1956, British rabbi, born in South Africa; Commonwealth chief rabbi from 2013
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Reviewing a book about author Tova Mirvis, who gave up her membership in the Ladies Auxiliary, as well as her husband and home.
Mirvis is the Editor-in-Chief of this journal and a Professor of Radiology, Diagnostic Imaging Department, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD.
This was a chance for the Labour Party to show that it would not tolerate wilful and unapologetic baiting of the Jewish community," Britain's Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis said in a statement.
Not much hope from the United States of America, of all countries, where President Trump appears to have signed an executive order which seems to discriminate against individuals based totally on their religion or their nationality," Mirvis said, via ITV News.
Self-direction refers to the degree to which an individual strategically takes the control of his/her own career (Briscoe & Hall, 2006; Mirvis & Hall, 1994).
The festival, organised by Britain's Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, saw a record-breaking number of people meet to make challah - a bread that is traditionally served on the Shabbat (the Jewish day of rest).
Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis added: "There will be countless tributes to Shimon Peres over the coming days but I fear that few, if any, will adequately capture the palpable sense of collective grief felt across the world, nor do justice to the memory of a true giant amongst men.
The Chief Rabbi, Ephraim Mirvis said: This international design competition is a unique opportunity to enshrine the memory of the Shoah in British history for generations to come.
Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis said: "The comments by the Leader of the Labour Party, however they were intended, are themselves offensive, and rather than rebuilding trust among the Jewish community, are likely to cause even greater concern.
Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis led condemnation of Mr Corbyn after he drew comparisons between Israel and Islamic State (IS).
Rather than rebuilding trust among the Jewish community, the Labour leader has caused "even greater concern", Ephraim Mirvis warned.